In 2009, the European Commission allocated 2,007,051 through the European Instrument for Democracy and Human Rights (EIDHR) for Israeli and Palestinian NGOs. Highly politicized Israeli NGOs include ICAHD, Machsom Watch, Adalah, ACRI, and Yesh Din. Some grantees use rhetoric that demonizes Israel, including apartheid and war crimes. 2008 EIDHR recipients included BTselem, Breaking the Silence, Gisha, HaMoked, and PHR-I. The EC claims to have evaluations of NGO funding, but these are not made available.
Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA) denied KAIROS application for a $7 million/four-year grant. KAIROS accuses Israel of war crimes and collective punishment. Blames Israel for Palestinian violence. Main supporter of the anti-Israel divestment movement in Canada, coordinating this agenda on behalf of member church groups. A publication on the resources for education and action webpage describes Zionism as an ideology of empire, colonialism, and militarism. Supported the failed Bilin lawfare case in Canadian courts.
York University's Israel/Palestine Conference: Speaker Political Profiles - Behind the Academic Facade
York University will hold a conference Israel/Palestine: Mapping Models of Statehood and Paths to Peace. The vast majority of the speakers are virulent anti-Israel activists, far removed from an academic approach, who use apartheid rhetoric. There is no evidence of the robust academic critique claimed by the organizers. Their support for a one state solution is the equivalent of calling for the elimination of the State of Israel. Speakers include: Ali Abunimah, Jeff Halper, Naeem Jeenah, Mazin Qumsiyeh, and Marc Ellis.
ICAHD has received funding from the EU since at least 2000. Executive director is Jeff Halper. He has rejected the concept of a "Jewish state" and has labelled the two-state solution "unacceptable." Partners with radical Sabeel. Promotes the Durban Strategy through demonization, support of boycotts, and lobbying against improved Israel-EU relations.