10 prominent human rights organizations sent a letter to senators urging them to support the ILLICIT CASH Act (S.2563) and end the incorporation of anonymous companies in the U.S.
More than a dozen anti-human trafficking groups sent a letter to the U.S. Senate Committee on Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs urging members to end the incorporation of anonymous shell companies.
Anti-human trafficking organization, Polaris sent a letter to the U.S. House of Representatives’ Committee on Financial Services, urging members to end the incorporation of anonymous shell companies.
The full letter can be read below or downloaded here.
10 prominent Human Rights organizations sent a letter to Congress urging them to support beneficial ownership transparency.
Anti-Human Trafficking Faith Group, Street Grace sent a letter to the House Financial Services Committee’s Subcommittee on National Security, International Development and Monetary Policy in support of their hearing on “Promoting Corporate Transparency: Examining Legislative Proposals to Detect and Deter Financial Crime.” The letter can be downloaded here.
The Universal Declaration of Human Rights turned 70 on December 10. Governments and civil society organizations around the world commemorated the day with a range of activities.
Over the years, the Declaration has been a global beacon for Africans fighting against colonialism and for inclusive economic equality and sustainable development. Its provisions stand as aspirational goals for nations, and standards that nations are duty-bound to uphold and promote.
But what if despite your country’s commitment to uphold these and other fundamental freedoms, every year it was robbed of the financial resources necessary to promote and protect rights?