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Conferences & Presentations
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Countering Efforts to Divest Evangelical Support from Israel
Yitzhak Santis, NGO Monitor's chief programs officer, spoke at the Joint B'nai B'rith World Center-Ecumenical Fraternity "Liaison Committee" Symposium on “The Effort to Divest Evangelical Christians from Israel: A New Campaign”, Jerusalem, March 13, 2014.
NGO Monitor at UN Human Rights Council, 25th Session
Prof. Gerald Steinberg and Anne Herzberg, NGO Monitor’s Legal Advisor, travelled to Geneva the week of March 24, 2014 to attend the 25th Session of the UN Human Rights Council and for high-level meetings with diplomats and UN officials.
NGO Monitor Awarded Prestigious Begin Prize
At a ceremony held on December 4, 2013, NGO Monitor was awarded the prestigious Begin Prize in recognition of its “efforts exposing the political agenda and ideological bias of humanitarian organizations that use the discourse of human rights to discredit Israel and to undermine its position among the nations of the world.”
Professor Gerald Steinberg´s Begin Prize Acceptance Speech
Accepting the Begin Prize on behalf of NGO Monitor, Professor Gerald Steinberg said, "The Jewish, Zionist and democratic values that we promote are the same values that were central to Begin’s heritage."
Knesset Presentation on NGO Exploitation of Bedouin Issue
Anti-Zionism as Antisemitism: Sources and Responses
Prepared for presentation in the Knesset inter-party caucus to confront antisemitism
We would not be doing our job as academics, researchers, Israeli government officials, members of the Knesset, Jews and Israelis if we did not go beyond documenting and protesting against this “new” antisemitism.
Using the Language of Morality to Drive a Wedge between Israel and Diaspora Jews
Prof. Steinberg at British House of Commons
Facing the Facts: Developing Standards for Human Rights NGOs
Book Launch for Best Practices for Human Rights and Humanitarian NGO Fact-Finding, featuring a keynote address from Prof. Françoise J. Hampson.
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