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Parliamentary questions
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18 September 2015
E-012934-15
Question for written answer E-012934-15
to the Commission
Rule 130
Esteban González Pons (PPE)

 Subject:  EU funding for NGOs supporting anti-Semitic activities
 Answer in writing 

In May 2015, the NGO Monitor, a non-profit organisation dedicated to study the financing of NGOs, published a report entitled ‘NGOs, Anti-Semitism, and Government Funding: NGO Monitor’s Report to the 2015 Global Forum on Anti-Semitism’ in which public financing for NGOs supporting anti-Semitic activities is denounced.

According to research by the NGO Monitor, the Commission could be directly funding certain organisations that support activities that give rise to anti-Semitic feeling in society according.

Is the Commission aware that it is financing the NGOs mentioned in the report?

What does the Commission intend to do if this report is confirmed?

Which criteria does the Commission use to give funding to NGOs?

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