Funding Terrorism And Charities

Summary:  The previous two issues of The Philanthropist, 23 (4) and 24 (1), featured an article prepared by Blake Bromley for the Commission of Inquiry into the Investigation of the Bombing of Air India Flight 182 in support of his personal testimony in Ottawa on October 26, 2007. The following is the final installment: the text of…

Funding Terrorism And Charities (part 4)

Summary The following is the conclusion of an article prepared by Blake Bromley for the Commission of Inquiry into the Investigation of the Bombing of Air India Flight 182 in support of his personal testimony in Ottawa on October 26, 2007. The first three parts of this article were published in the last issue of…

Funding Terrorism And Charities (parts 1, 2, And 3)

Summary The following article was prepared by Blake Bromley for the Commission of Inquiry into the Investigation of the Bombing of Air India Flight 182 in support of his personal testimony in Ottawa on October 26, 2007. This article will be published in 3 consecutive issues of The Philanthropist: the first installment will be the…

Civil Society Under Attack

Although politicians and powerful players pay lip service to civil society, the reality on the ground is different. Ask the human rights defender sentenced to ten years in jail in Uzbekistan or the Bosnian anti-corruption group forced to suspend its activities. It is doubtful these individuals would think their work was being properly valued or…

Index to The Philanthropist, Volume 19

PREPARED BY MAURA BROWN, MA Subject Index A ACCOUNTABILITY. Administrative Community service organizations 2005(Vol. 19,No. 4), pp. 267–68 ACCOUNTABILITY. Evaluation Community service organizations 2005(Vol. 19,No. 4), p. 268 ACCOUNTABILITY. Public Contract funding crisis 2005(Vol. 19,No. 4), pp. 268–69 ACCOUNTABILITY. Public Principles adhered to by non-share capital corporations 2005(Vol. 19,No. 3), pp. 195–96 ACCOUNTABILITY. Voluntary sector…

Charities and Compliance with Anti-Terrorism Legislation: A Due Diligence Response

1. Introduction As discussed in the first part of this article, “Charities and Compliance with Anti-Terrorism Legislation: The Shadow of the Law,” published in volume 19, number 1 of The Philanthropist, a “new day” has arrived for charities in Canada. The new reality that charities face involves understanding several aspects of Canada’s anti-terrorism legislation, including…

Charities and Compliance With Anti-Terrorism Legislation: The Shadow of the Law

A. Introduction This article examines Canada’s recent legislative initiatives to combat terrorism, and their impact on Canadian charities and those who advise them. It will demonstrate that recent anti-terrorism legislation directly affects many Canadian charities and their activities both inside and outside Canada. Charitable activities that were until recently thought to be commonplace and uneventful…