For three days, the UN’s permanent Commission of Inquiry (COI) against Israel conducted hearings ostensibly to investigate whether Israel was justified in designating seven Palestinian NGOs as terror organizations, due to their links to the PFLP. In practice, this was a forum for Commission members and NGO representatives to join in attempts to silence NGO Monitor's independent research.
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Submission to UNHRC 50th Session - The European Union and European-Government Sponsored Defamation Campaigns to Block NGO Funding Accountability
NGO Monitor submits an written submission to the UN Human Rights Council regarding defamation campaigns to block NGO funding accountability.
Submission to UNHRC 50th Session - United Nations Independent International Commission of Inquiry on the Occupied Palestinian Territory
NGO Monitor submits an written submission to the UN Human Rights Council in response to the Independent International Commission of Inquiry on the Occupied Palestinian Territory.
NGO Monitor Correspondence with US Secretary of State Regarding State Department's Call for Proposals
NGO Monitor sent a letter to US Secretary of State Antony Blinken regarding the State Department's call for proposals.
Submission by NGO Monitor to the United Nations Human Rights Committee in Advance of its review of Israel
NGO Monitor submitted statements to the 134th session of the Human Rights Committee for the Consideration of the Periodic Report of Israel
NGO Monitor Responds to Letter Sent by UN Special Rapporteur Michael Lynk to the Local Government Pension Scheme
NGO Monitor responded the 22 November 2021 letter authored by UN Special Rapporteur Michael Lynk to the Local Government Pension Scheme (LGPS), “Responsible Investments – UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights Investments in the Israeli settlement economy.” This response corrects multiple misrepresentations made by Lynk in his letter, relating to business and human rights in conflict zones and the UN Human Rights Council “database”.
NGO Monitor Legal Advisor Anne Herzberg delivered a statement before the Civil Society Briefing to the Committee for the International Convention on Economic Social and Cultural Rights regarding the Palestinian Authority.
Submission of NGO Monitor for the Biennial Report of the Secretary General on 'Strengthening United Nations action in the field of human rights through the promotion of international cooperation and the importance of non-selectivity, impartiality and objectivity'