The French government's funding of groups that support BDS campaigns and with alleged ties to terror groups casts doubt upon its ability to serve as an impartial host of an upcoming summit dedicated to peace.
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An in-depth analysis of the Dutch Policy and Operations Evaluation Department Report.
An analysis of NGO ties to the PFLP, a designated terrorist organization, and the European funding to these NGOs.
NGO Monitor calls upon the Dutch Government to implement the Dutch Parliament’s recommendations regarding state funding of BDS organizations through the Human Rights & International Humanitarian Law Secretariat
Gerald Steinberg explains that the major issues regarding foreign government funding for powerful and politicized Israeli NGOs are not going to go away simply because Israeli legislation is passed.
NGO Monitor has influenced European parliaments to debate funding NGOs involved in the Arab-Israeli conflict as well as those involved in BDS campaigns.
NGO Monitor research has influenced European governments to re-think the process for distributing funds to NGOs.
European government funding enables the activities of Israeli NGO Breaking the Silence. These governments must respond to revelations that the NGO apparently collected classified information.
Two Israeli NGOs, BTselem and Adalah, have been nominated to receive the annual Human Rights Tulip prize, awarded by the Dutch government. These NGOs have far larger budgets than many of the other nominees, and already receive significant donations from foreign, and specifically Dutch, sources.