Amnesty International blamed for Excessive payouts to senior staff

Newspapers in February 2011, in the UK uncovered that Irene Khan (seventh Secretary General of Amnesty International) had gotten an installment of UK £533,103 from Amnesty International tailing her renunciation from the association on 31 December 2009. A reality found in Amnesty’s records for the 2009–2010 money related year. The aggregate paid to her was in… Read More

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Ramification of NGO Shadowing for European Funders

A March 17 investigative report on Israel’s Channel 2 TV demonstrated activists from Breaking the Silence evidently gathering touchy data on IDF strategies and hardware. Past the repercussions for the NGO and its individuals, this has extreme ramifications for their funder-empowering influences. All the more then 63% of this present gathering’s financial plan (a few… Read More

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Forgotten migrants at risk in Greece, says Amnesty

While the emphasis is presently on making the EU-Turkey migrants swap bargain work, the 46,000 individuals stranded in Greece must not be overlooked, Amnesty International has cautioned. The NGO said in a report on Monday (18 April) that Greece needed better than average gathering offices and conditions were deficient in a large portion of the… Read More

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Winning trade union support for EU vote will be ‘difficult’, PM warned

Len McCluskey, the general secretary of Unite, has warned it will be difficult to encourage trade unionists to vote for staying in the European Union even though he officially backs Britain remaining a member. McCluskey confirmed for the first time that he will argue for the UK to remain in the EU and that he would personally… Read More

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The story of ITUC’s suspected unholy alliance with PR firm EMC to bring down FIFA’s Sepp Blatter

by NGO Watchdog staff  Friday 1 January 2016   Dan Hodges, a former Labour Party and GMB trade union official, put the true essence of modern-day’s trade unions succinctly in one of his blogs published in a leading UK Daily: “The trade unions are not casting themselves as experts in the world of work. They’re casting… Read More

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