Welcome to the New and Improved NGO Monitor Website
We are pleased to present the new and improved NGO Monitor website, designed to bring you a more user-friendly experience for researching self-proclaimed human rights NGOs and their funders. The website boasts an updated look, combined with the same detailed research that NGO Monitor has been providing for 15 years.
We invite you to explore our new website and to familiarize yourself with its design and functionality. While all of our content, from short research reports to book-length studies, can still be found on the site, you may notice a that the material is organized differently. For instance, all our reports, factsheets, and analyses can be accessed in the “Publications” section under “Reports,” and our Monograph Series has been moved to “Books.”
At the core of NGO Monitor’s research lies the detailed files that we keep on each NGO and funding mechanism. To access our database of NGOs and funders, scroll over “Research Database” and then click on either the “NGOs” or “Funders” section. As a new feature to the website, files include interactive funding tables, which enables users to sort grants by amount and year with the click of a button.
To facilitate broader research, our new tags enable you to access content by topics. Click on one of the tags associated with a certain group or report, and you’ll find everything on our website, from books to factsheets, relating to that issue. For an even more general look at our issues, scroll over “Research Database” and check out our “Key Issues.”
The “Press Room” section of our new website features resources for journalists, as well as NGO Monitor’s recent media appearances. To stay up to date on NGO Monitor’s upcoming events or to book a presentation with one of our experts, check out our new “Events” section. We also invite you to take a look at our new “Blog” section, in which NGO Monitor experts will share insights, correspondences, and more.
Your feedback is invaluable so that we can continue to provide quality research and usable resources. Please let us know what you think of our new website! If you find any broken links, bugs, or anything else, be in touch, as we are continuing to make improvements. If you have a comment, visit our “Contact” section.