Micro Commitment: Continue to seek just compensation for the victims of terrorism, genocide, crimes against humanity, war crimes, torture, human trafficking, and slavery from the financiers, profiteers, and enablers. 

Macro Commitment: Raise the price of financing genocide, crimes against humanity, war crimes, torture, slavery, human trafficking, global jihad, and terrorism by holding enablers, profiteers, and financiers accountable. Discredit global jihad supporters through a series of victories in courts in democratic countries. Help disrupt the money pipeline that fuels these widespread and systematic crimes. 

Litigation Catalyst: Continue and expand our human rights and counterterrorism research task force. Expand the network of co-counsel across civilized countries. Foster creation of private-remedy counterterrorism lawsuits to empower victims and broaden forces able to confront the growing jihadist culture. 

Legislative Initiatives: Continue to initiate and lobby for legislation aimed at providing victims of international terrorism and other international crimes with effective access to justice and provide them with the tools to fight for their fundamental rights to life in safety and protected from intimidation, coercion, extortion, or threats from terrorists and to hold accountable the financiers, enablers, and profiteers of such crimes. 

Targets: Develop evidentiary basis to bring law-suits against financiers and financial infrastructure of perpetrators of serious violations of international human rights and international humanitarian law, proliferators of illegal chemical, biological, and nuclear weapons as well as the networks of international terrorism, human trafficking, and slavery and crimes against humanity including money launderers, financiers, and front-companies acting for or with rogue state and non-state terrorist actors and jihadi networks.

Victims: Develop satellite client-support teams in the United States, India, Iraq, Lebanon, Turkey, Afghanistan, Pakistan, France, United Kingdom, Italy, Holland, Spain, Somalia, and Sudan to support and represent victims.