|Australian Senate Highlights BDS and Ma’an Center Funding|
Senator Eric Abetz asked officials from the Australian Agency for International Development about “safeguards in place that prevent AusAID funding being used ...in a manner that contravenes Australian government policy on Israel? Let us just pluck an example out of the air like BDS—Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions.”
NIF 2010 Financial Report: CWP Continued to Receive Funds, Despite Denials
Background and Analysis Regarding Knesset “Anti-Boycott Law”
NGO Monitor is concerned this new law is counterproductive and will only polarize important discussions regarding the boycott, divestment, and sanctions (BDS) movement against Israel.
Briefing Note: International NGOs and the "Flytilla"
Activists are planning to fly into Israel via commercial airlines on July 8, 2011. Organizers are calling the event "The Return from Exile Project" and claim they are flying "in support of the Palestinian strategy for returning to their homes, restoring their freedom and exercising their self-determination."
Christian Aid’s Palestinian Refugee Report: One-Sided Advocacy Fuels the Conflict
In a 2011 publication, Christian Aid has again strongly backed the Palestinian version and reinforced the image of Palestinians as victims, incapable of changing positions that fuel the conflict. The report is another example of the role of political advocacy NGOs in intensifying the conflict through one-sided activities and campaigns.
International Campaigns by New Israel Fund and Its Grantees
Indirect Dutch Government Funding: ICCO and Cordaid support for radical NGOs
ICCO and Cordaid, which receive millions of euros from the Dutch government, fund some of the most radical NGOs active in the Arab-Israeli conflict - including groups that are active in anti-Israel BDS.
Durban III Update: Will NGOs Be Given Center Stage?
On June 8, 2011, the UN General Assembly adopted a draft resolution on the “Durban III” conference, scheduled for September 22, 2011 marking the tenth anniversary of the World Conference Against Racism in Durban, South Africa. In advance of September 2011, the draft resolution on Durban III outlines a key role for selected NGOs.
Analysis of the NGO Network’s Jordan Valley Campaign
In May and June 2011, the network of political advocacy NGOs initiated a campaign on the Jordan Valley. This NGO campaign includes numerous distortions of the complex security and diplomatic issues, and exploits the rhetoric of human rights, in order to advance the political agendas of the participants.
Continued support for radical political advocacy NGOs: Analysis of new grants from the NGO Development Center
Many of the grantees actively oppose the compromises necessary for a peace agreement, and engage in anti-Israel campaigns such as BDS (boycotts, divestment, and sanctions) and legal cases against Israeli officials and businesses.
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