The Al-Qaida Sanctions List plays a central role in United Nations Security Council sanctions regime against Al-Qaida and associated individuals and entities.
In its resolution 2161 (2014), the Security Council urges all Member States to participate actively in maintaining and updating the Al-Qaida Sanctions List. The procedures whereby States may submit names and information for inclusion on the Al-Qaida Sanctions List are included in the Committee’s Guidelines. The Committee has made available on its website a Fact Sheet that provides basic information on the listing procedure.
The Security Council, in the same resolution, reaffirmed that Member States shall use the standard form for listing when proposing names to the Committee for inclusion on the Al-Qaida Sanctions List.
The Security Council has directed the Committee to update, as necessary, the standard form for listing. On 14 September 2015, the Committee approved the revised standard forms, which are now available through the links below. The revised standard forms for listing supersede and replace the coversheet in annex I of resolution 1735 (2006) and earlier versions (published in 2010) of the standard forms previously available on this webpage.
Please note that there are three separate standard forms, one for requesting the listing of individuals, one for requesting the listing of groups (for example terrorist groups), and one for requesting the listing of entities and undertakings (for example legally registered companies).
Each standard form is offered in two versions: a PDF format which can be printed and filled out by hand, and a MS Word format which can be downloaded and filled out electronically on compatible computers.
STANDARD FORM FOR GROUPS
STANDARD FORM FOR ENTITIES AND UNDERTAKINGS
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