United Nations Documents related to the financing of terrorism.
|28 March 2019||Resolution 2462 (2019) Adopted by the Security Council at its 8496th meeting, on 28 March 2019|
|UNSCR 2133 (2014) on kidnapping and hostage-taking by terrorists and UNSCR 2178 (2014) on suppressing the flow of Foreign Terrorist Fighters (FTFs) financing and other support to terrorist groups in Iraq and Syria|
|UNSCR 2195 (2014) on preventing terrorists from benefiting from transnational organized crime|
|UNCSR 2199 (2015) aiming to prevent terrorist groups in Iraq and Syria from benefiting from trade in oil, antiquities and hostages, and from receiving donations|
|In UNSCR 2253 (2015), the Security Council expanded and strengthened its Al-Qaida sanctions framework to include a focus on ISIL, and outlined efforts to dismantle its funding and support channels|
|The evolution of the threat posed by ISIL is additionnaly reflected in UNSCR 2331(2016) which aims to disrupt terrorist funding derived from acts of sexual and gender-based violence, including when associated to trafficking in persons|
|UNSCR 2347 (2017) on preventing and countering the illicit trade and trafficking in cultural property originating from a context of armed conflict, notably from terrorist groups, including by prohibiting cross-border trade in such illicit items|