A new report by NGO Monitor details 50 incidents from the May 2021 Gaza conflict in which members of terror groups, such as Hamas and Palestinian Islamic Jihad, were listed as “civilian casualties” by NGOs. The report is accompanied by an interactive system, showing details about each case and revealing the misinformation hidden by NGOs.
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Marking twenty years since the UN Durban Conference, NGO Monitor hosted an event titled "20 Years of Hijacking Human Rights - The Lasting Impact of Durban." The event brought together experts who discussed the enduring influence of the original Durban conference and NGO campaign to delegitimize Israel.
During a special session of the UN Human Rights Council to establish yet another permanent mechanism to single out Israel, NGO Monitor will address the Council and highlight the antisemitism behind the initiative
A policy paper published today by NGO Monitor, a Jerusalem-based think tank, examines the challenges and opportunities for US funding policy towards NGOs in the context of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict
Regarding the International Criminal Court’s (ICC) announcement that it has jurisdiction to investigate Israel, NGO Monitor Legal Advisor Anne Herzberg stated “The decision from the ICC is hardly surprising."
In the shadow of a surge of physical violence against Jews around the world, NGO Monitor hosted its annual conference in Tel Aviv. The event, “The Future of Human Rights in an Era of Increased Antisemitism,” featured experts and influencers who shared ideas about the challenges posed by global antisemitism.
For years, the NGO network has pushed product labelling as a stepping stone for full-fledged BDS against Israel, particularly in Europe. They have taken another step in singling out Israel, through the decisions of the French government and the European Court of Justice.
The UN’s Committee on the Elimination of Racial Discrimination (CERD) posed tough questions to the Palestinian representative about its government’s promotion of anti-Jewish hate, echoing an earlier briefing to committee members by NGO Monitor and IMPACT-se.
Founded in 2002, Ecumenical Accompaniment Programme in Palestine and Israel (EAPPI) is the Geneva-based World Council of Churches’ (WCC) “flagship project” on the Arab-Israeli conflict. Despite marketing itself as a human rights and protection program, EAPPI places significant emphasis on political advocacy before, during, and after the trip.