NGO Monitor’s “Human Rights and Hot Coffee” Podcast

NGO Monitor’s weekly podcast series, Human Rights and Hot Coffee hosts interesting guests, discussing a wide variety of NGO-related issues. The podcast is hosted by NGO Monitor Director of Research Yona Schiffmiller. In addition to our website, it is available on Itunes, Spotify, Stitcher, Facebook, and Twitter, with new episodes released every Thursday at 4 PM IST.

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Episode 12: Disrupting Terror Funding

This week, the Israeli Ministry of Strategic Affairs published a report echoing NGO Monitor's concerns regarding the affiliations and close connections between prominent Palestinian NGOs and the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine (PFLP). In recent years, based on NGO Monitor’s findings, Denmark, the Netherlands, and Switzerland developed clear guidelines preventing funding for these NGOs. These countries also dismantled a joint funding framework that was a key source of capital for the network of PFLP-linked groups.

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Episode 11: Amnesty International's Campaign Denying Jewish History

This week Amnesty International published a new report targeting tourism to holy and historic sites in Israel and the West Bank. Amnesty's BDS campaign attacks the Western Wall, City of David, and the Cave of the Patriarchs, alleging that visitors to the sites and companies that advertise them are complicit in committing war crimes. On our latest episode, NGO Monitor exposes the antisemitism behind this campaign.

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Episode 9: The World Council of Churches' Training Camp for Anti-Israel Advocacy

NGO Monitor President Prof. Steinberg discusses NGO Monitor's new report that uncovers the funding for and activities of EAPPI, a program that markets itself as focusing on human rights, but in reality emphasizes anti-Israel political advocacy. Its activists promote BDS campaigns against Israel and often use antisemitic language and imagery.

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