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Submission to UNHRC 45th Session - Protecting International Assistance from Terror-Linked UN Partners
Until the UN system at large, and OCHA-oPt and UNICEF Palestine specifically, cease their engagement with terror-linked actors, lawmakers and diplomats should institute appropriate measures to safeguard taxpayer money.
The massive explosion at the Beirut port and the tragic loss of life, injuries and damaged lives highlights the hypocrisy of those claiming to constitute the human rights community.
The European Union and the UN should encourage other Member States to adopt requirements prohibiting immoral and illegal funding.
NGO Monitor Submission to the Committee to review the Guidelines for Observation and Exclusion of Companies from the Government Pension Fund Global
The Institute for NGO Research presents this submission to the Committee in advance of its review of the Guidelines for Observation and Exclusion of Companies from the Government Pension Fund Global (GPFG).
Submission to the Working Group on Business and Human Rights Project on Business in Conflict and Post-conflict Contexts: Corporate Due Diligence in Situations of Armed Conflict
Anne Herzberg brings this submission to the Working Group on Business and Human Rights to assist it in formulating recommendations regarding the implementation of the UN Guiding Principles in conflict and post-conflict situations to be presented to the UN General Assembly in October 2020.
NGO Monitor submits a briefing to the ICC regarding the "Situation in the State of Palestine."
NGO Monitor Submission for the review of “State of Palestine” and its compliance with the Convention on the Rights of the Child
NGO Monitor's submission focuses on the rampant campaign of incitement targeting children within the Palestinian Authority.
NGO Monitor's submission highlights examples relating to the exploitation of Palestinian children by the Palestinian Authority and Palestinian armed groups.