NGO Monitor regularly submits statements and reports to various UN bodies, such as the Human Rights Council; to government institutions that rely extensively on NGO claims; and to governmental reviews on NGO funding mechanisms.
NGO Monitor's submission highlights the impact of NGOs that lobby and attempt to exert influence based on ideological agendas that are detrimental or even explicitly opposed to longstanding, fundamental elements of British foreign policy.
NGO Monitor has prepared a position paper, which places the study by a committee in the European Parliament in the context of a growing debate on funding to NGOs, highlighting the need for greater oversight and proposing recommendations for future EU conduct.
The Institute for NGO Research, an NGO in Special Consultative with ECOSOC, submitted the following information to the Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR) in advance of its preparation of a discriminatory blacklist aimed at entities doing business over the 1949 Armistice Lines, pursuant to UN Human Rights Council Resolution 31/36.
The EUs unreserved reliance on NGO statements reflects its dysfunctional policy-making process towards Israel, which is characterized by major flaws in its assessment and understanding of Israeli society.
NGO Monitor has prepared this submission as part of the Review of the UN Human
Rights Council (HRC) for the Open-Ended Working Group (Working Group), in order
to support the HRC review process.
The NGO campaigns highlighted in this report launched ostensibly to uphold
the rule of law and due process, are manufactured as part of a coordinated strategy to
internationally isolate Israel and weaken its ability to protect its citizens from