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Humanitarian Action and Non-state Armed Groups – The Impact of Banking Restrictions on UK NGOs

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15 September 2017
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Humanitarian Action and Non-state Armed Groups – The Impact of Banking Restrictions on UK NGOs

This paper considers the impact of banking sector restrictions on UK-registered humanitarian actors conducting humanitarian operations abroad and offers recommendations to mitigate the financial disruption of humanitarian aid delivery.

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