Itai Reuveni shares his final reflections after returning from the United States as a member on the IVLP program, organized by the US State Department.
Gerald Steinberg explains that Israel and India share the distinction of being targets of political manipulation by powerful NGOs and their funders, which operate outside the democratic process, with no checks and balances.
Itai Reuveni recounts his experiences in Orlando as a member of the US State Department's IVLP's "Promoting Human Rights" exchange.
Gerald Steinberg describes how, in 1967, the narrative on Israel shifted, and the role of NGOs in creating this new narrative.
Itai Reuveni's third blog about his experiences as a member of the IVLP's "Promoting Human Rights" exchange.
Itai Reuveni's second blog about his experiences as a member of the IVLP's "Promoting Human Rights" exchange.
Olga Deutsch argues that Germany must address its funding of highly politicized NGOs that manipulate human rights rhetoric and whitewash violence.
Olga Deutsch, NGO Monitor Europe Desk Director, discusses European funding for pro-BDS organizations.
Tamar Kogman argues that the EU should keep its interaction with interest groups in check to avoid conflicts of interest, and calls for greater oversight of these organizations.
A letter to the editor in response to an article written by the President of NOVACT regarding NGO Monitor's claims that the organization uses the language of "resistance" to erase terror.