|In their own words||“A Palestinian social movement capable of influencing policies and achieving change with a democratic trade union movement at its core”|
- Does not publish financial information, reflecting a lack of transparency and accountability.
- DWRC has received donations from the European Union and Oxfam Novib.
- DWRC received $300,000 in core funding for 2014-16 from the Human Rights and International Humanitarian Law Secretariat (joint funding from Denmark, Sweden, Switzerland, and the Netherlands).
- DWRC rhetoric includes accusing the “Israeli occupation” of “apartheid” and “collective punishment.”
- In July 2014, DWRC described “Apartheid Israel” as a place where “a wave of open racism and intolerance has pervaded the society.”
- In October 2015, at the height of a wave of terror attacks against Israelis, DWRC posted a statement of the Palestinian BDS National Committee (BNC) on Facebook and Twitter, calling on Palestinians to boycott Israel as a show of “solidarity” with the “current phase… [of] Palestinian popular resistance” and praising the “increased  isolation of Israel and  its regime of settler-colonialism, apartheid and occupation.”
- During the 2014 Gaza conflict, DWRC posted a call to join BDS campaigns as a way to “stop this madness” committed by the “Israeli occupation army.”
- In 2010, the Jerusalem Post reported that DWRC participated in a pro-BDS event hosted by the Irish trade-union.
- In 2008 DWRC was a signatory to a Palestinian Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions National Committee (BNC) petition against the EU-Israel upgrade and calling for the suspension of the EU Association Agreement.
- Signatory to the 2005 “Palestinian Civil Society Call for BDS” that calls for an end to Israel’s “occupation and colonization of all Arab lands.”
- The Palestinian Network of NGOs (PNGO)
- The International Network for Economic, Social and Cultural Rights (ESCR-Net)
- The Global Network, which is part of Solidar
- Workers’ Rights Defense, Advocacy and Education Network (formerly International Federation of Workers’ Education Associations in the Arab Countries [IFWEA/AC])