This paper analyses the procedures and working methods of the Security Council Sanctions Committee pursuant to Resolution 1267 (1999). The focus of the paper is the Consolidated List maintained by this Committee. The Consolidated List, also known as the “UN terrorist list”, forms a catalogue over individuals and entities belonging to or associated with Al-Qaida and the Taliban. Pursuant to Chapter VII of the United Nations Charter, listed individuals and entities are subjected to sanctions in which all Member States are obliged to implement. It falls within the scope of the thesis to describe and analyse the procedural rules of the Committee and the sanctions regime. While political and administrative in nature, the Committee’s procedures for including or removing names from this list poses legal challenges with respect to human rights norms.