Report “Invisible Sanctions: How over-compliance limits humanitarian work on Syria Challenges of Fund Transfer for Non-Profit Organizations Working on Syria”

Report by the NGO “Impact” on the side-effects of sanctions on NGOs and the over-compliance procedures by banks is finally out.
““Invisible Sanctions: How over-compliance limits humanitarian work on Syria Challenges of Fund Transfer for Non-Profit Organizations Working on Syria”
It exists in different versions:
English version
https://impact-csrd.org/r…/Invisible_Sanctions_IMPACT_EN.pdf
Arabic version
https://impact-csrd.org/r…/Invisible_Sanctions_IMPACT_AR.pdf
French version
https://impact-csrd.org/r…/Invisible_Sanctions_IMPACT_FR.pdf
German Version
https://impact-csrd.org/r…/Invisible_Sanctions_IMPACT_DE.pdf

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