NGO Monitor estimates that European governments – directly through governmental mechanisms, and indirectly via church and other humanitarian groups – and UN agencies contribute over €100 million to non-governmental organizations (NGOs) active in the Arab-Israeli conflict.
European governments directly and indirectly provide upwards of $125 million annually to political advocacy NGOs active in the Arab-Israeli conflict. In turn, these NGOs inform EU policy, to the detriment of European policy-making. Many of the funding processes are secretive, lacking transparency and accountability.
DanChurchAid's defensive and misleading response to criticism reflects a lack of due diligence in its funding of and partnerships with NGOs.
Denmark is one of four governments that funds politicized NGOs in the Arab-Israeli conflict through the IHL Secretariat. A number of these groups incite violence, have ties to terrorist organizations, and are leaders of BDS campaigns against Israel.
A summary of the recent activities of NGOs that receive core funding from the Human Rights and International Humanitarian Law Secretariat.
Public funding from Spain to politicized non-governmental organizations (NGOs) involved in the Arab-Israeli conflict is widespread and highly decentralized, correlating to several levels of governance in Spain. Funds are managed and allocated by the central government, autonomous communities, provincial deputations, municipalities, and bar associations – and reflect deep political fissures and regional radicalization.
The German government directly and indirectly provides millions of euros to Israeli, Palestinian, and European non-governmental organizations (NGOs) that are politically active in the Arab-Israeli conflict. This includes groups that glorify terrorism, promote BDS (boycott, divestment, and sanctions) campaigns against Israel, and some with alleged ties to the PFLP terrorist organization.
A number of known NGOs that advocate for BDS against Israel released a report calling on the French government to force French banks and insurance companies to “disengage without delay from any financial link with Israeli banks."
An analysis of Swiss direct and indirect funding of politicized NGOs active in the Arab-Israeli conflict.
After NGO Monitor published a report on Swiss funding to the IHL Secretariat, Switerland seems to have updated its funding page to reflect the previous amount and date, seemingly rescinding the latest increase.
Funding updates to the Human Rights and International Humanitarian Law Secretariat since November 2016.