NGO Monitor (Non-governmental Organization Monitor) is an in Israel seated NGO that critically analyzed the work of international NGOs in Israel and the Palestinian territories and reported it. It was founded in 2002.
The organization was founded by Gerald M. Steinberg under the umbrella of the Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs . In 2007 the organization became independent. The NGO Monitor's non-profit project is The Institute for NGO Research. It is a recognized organization, in 2003 with special consultant status with the UN Economic and Social Council .
The work of the organization is the subject of controversy. Sometimes she is told that she does not examine all organizations equally critically.
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