|In their own words||"concerned with presenting legal services to detainees inside Israeli jails, along with its activities in defending the victims of violations, whoever perpetrates them" and "works on raising the societal awareness in the field of democracy and human rights through working with different sectors of the local society."|
- Al-Dameer’s funding information is not transparent.
- Al-Dameer receives funding from the Human Rights and International Humanitarian Law Secretariat (“IHL Secretariat” – joint funding from Denmark, the Netherlands, Sweden, and Switzerland), the European Union, the National Endowment for Democracy (NED), and the UNDP “Joint Program /Sawasya.”
- According to information released by donors, Al-Dameer received a core funding grant of $360,000 (2014-2017) and an undisclosed sum in “emergency funding” from the IHL Secretariat. It also received a grant of €101,700 (2014) from the European Union, and $71,800 (2014-2015) from NED.
- Member of Palestinian NGO Network (PNGO), which was instrumental in producing many of the preparatory documents for the Durban 2001 conference including the document calling for embargoes on Israel.
- Al-Dameer engages in anti-Israel demonization while referring to terrorists as “martyrs” and speaks of the Palestinian “right to resist.”
- In a November 28, 2013 press release, together with Palestinian NGOs Al-Mezan , Palestinian NGO Network (PNGO) and Palestinian Center for Human Rights (PCHR), accused Israel of “systematic policies against the civilian population” and “human rights violations perpetrated by Israeli occupation forces… as a form of collective punishment.”
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