The participants of this 3-day training course (in Russian) acquire an in-depth knowledge of the United Nations Security Council regime and mechanisms as well as an active command of the listing and delisting processes. The course material also focuses on developing the skills necessary to properly evaluate and determine whether to list an individual or entity and assess the impact of the enforced measures.
Since the adoption of resolution 1267 (1999), the United Nations Security Council (UNSC) has developed a complex regime of sanctions against individuals and entities associated with terrorist groups. These UNSC sanctions require Member States to freeze the assets of and apply a travel ban to listed individuals and entities. They constitute non-lethal and reversible instruments against terrorist groups, which have long lasting effects on their ability to operate.
UN entities have jointly developed a three-day training course on “Using UNSC Sanctions against ISIL (Da’esh), Al-Qaida and the Taliban and associated groups and individuals.” The course aims to enhance practitioners’ knowledge on this composite regime and its derived procedures, and to develop their capacity to implement it effectively. This training course has been integrated into the wider CFT and Financial Disruption packages offered by CFT training programme.
This course aims to give participants the ability to: