Olga Deutsch discusses foreign funding to organizations involved in terrorist activities.
Olga Deutsch discusses the French government shut down of NGO CCIF (Collectif contre l'islamophobie en France),
Olga Deutsch analyzes how even though governments have vetting procedures that should prevent the abuse of taxpayersโ funds, time and again, evidence emerges showing that they cooperate with entities linked to terror groups.
NGO Monitor Vice President Olga Deutsch and Nuno Warhon Martins discuss the need for critical leadership to combat antisemitism.
Professor Gerald Steinberg and Olga Deutsch argue that policy makers and the international community overlook a significant impediment to deradicalization efforts within civil society, particularly in the context of providing development aid.
Olga Deutsch replies to accusations by PNGO that it pressured a Brussels newspaper to "silence Palestine in EU circles."
Olga Deutsch discusses the attempt by foreign actors to influence Ireland's abortion referendum.
On International Women's Day, Olga Deutsch asks who are the female leaders in Palestinian society that serve as role models for Tamimi and other Palestinian girls.
European funding for strengthening civil society should consider whether some NGO recipients may actually be contributing to shrinking civil space. At least one Palestinian organization uses control of foreign donations to enforce uniformity of thought amongst local NGOs.
Olga Deutsch argues that Germany must address its funding of highly politicized NGOs that manipulate human rights rhetoric and whitewash violence.
ืืืจืืช ืชืฉืืืช ืืื ืืจืื ืฉืื ืื ืืืืื, ืฉื ื ืืืจืืื ืื ืืืฉืจืืืื ืืื ื ืืืืืงืื ืืืืชืจ, ืืื ืืจืืื ื ืืืืืืช ืืื ืฉื ืชืืืื ืืืื ืืจืื ืื ืืืงืืืื ืืคืืขื ืืืืืืช ืืืจืืจ. ืืืงืืจ ื ืฉืื ืืจืื ืื ืืืฉืจืื ืืื ืขืื ืืืืื ืืช ืฉืืืืืฆื ืืืคื ืืช ืืช ืืฉืื ืื ืืฉืืื ืืืฉืืืื ืืืืช
Olga Deutsch argues that Israel must show leadership in revealing the facts regarding organizations and their activities, instead of defaulting to policies that only further fuel the discourse and are exploited to isolate the State
Olga Deutsch argues that the way to resolve the issue of government-funded NGOs is to engage in constructive, civil dialogue that strengthen the shared values between Israel and Europe.
Olga Deutsch points to NGO ties to terrorist organizations as demonstrating the need for greater accountability and transparency on part of both NGOs are their donors.