As in previous years, NGO Monitor has analyzed the 2014 financial reports of the New Israel Fund, detailing grants provided to a wide variety of Israeli NGOs active in political campaigns against Israel, including BDS, lawfare and demonization.
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The 2014 Annual Report of the IHL Secretariat brings to light the fundamental problems with its funding mechanism, including support for political warfare against Israel and very limited focus on alleged violations by Palestinians.
The report of the Commission of Inquiry on the 2014 Gaza War extensively quotes biased and unreliable political advocacy NGOs, many of which receive funding from the Human Rights and International Humanitarian Law Secretariat, a joint funding mechanism of Denmark, Sweden, Switzerland, and the Netherlands.
The report of the Commission of Inquiry on the 2014 Gaza War extensively quotes EU-funded political advocacy NGOs that lack credibility and do not employ professional fact-finding standards.
Analysis of the EU's Report: "Implementation of the European Neighborhood Policy in Israel Progress in 2014 and Recommendations for Actions"
While the 2014 European Neighborhood Policy Report shows a number of improvements over previous reports, these changes are overshadowed by the EUs continuing dependence on material provided by a narrow group of highly biased political advocacy NGOs.
Washington Post cites NGO Monitor research regarding foreign funding to politicized NGOs that were attempting to oust Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu from power.
A network of NGOs and CSR companies are active in promoting boycott, divestment, and sanctions (BDS) campaigns in Europe, by lobbying institutions and corporations to divest from Israel.
Anne Herzberg maintains that while one would expect human rights and international justice NGOs and activists, who have campaigned on universal human rights issues for decades, to support the landmark decision of Sokolow v. PLO, their silence speaks volumes.