The Union of Palestinian Women’s Committees (UPWC) is affiliated with the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine (PFLP) and is active in advocacy lobbying "decision makers and legislators to issue a modern civil laws set to ensure developing the Palestinian community.”
The government of the Netherlands provides millions of euros annually to political NGOs active in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. The funds are transferred directly through government entities (MFA, Embassy in Tel Aviv, Representative Office in Ramallah) and the Human Rights and International Humanitarian Law Secretariat (the “Secretariat”), and indirectly via NGOs that receive government support.
Engages in a wide variety of politicized activities both within Canada and abroad, promoting views that are critical of Israel, while downplaying Palestinian terrorism and human rights abuses.
Stop the Wall “has been the main national grassroots body mobilizing and organizing the collective efforts against the Apartheid Wall..” The NGO falsely accuses Israel of “collective punishment,” “repression,” “restricting movement,” “water theft,” and a “ghettoization project.”
Overview of Belgium government funding for Israeli NGOs, including details provided by the Belgian embassy in Tel Aviv about grants to Yesh Din, Shatil (NIF), Combatants for Peace, PCATI, Peres Center, Peace Now.
Amos Trust promotes a one-sided, politicized view of the conflict and describes the “devastating impact of the wall, settlements blocks and travel restrictions upon Palestinian life,” with no mention of terrorism or Palestinian corruption.