A groundbreaking United Nations report compiled in 2002 never saw the full light of day, until now. The UK Parliament […]
Why did the Campaign to Stop Rape and Gender Violence in Conflict lie about Davis’s role in their press release in response to his arrest? Does truth and accountability mean nothing in the world of humanitarian aid?
In a very real and tragic sense, the arrest of Joel Davis represents the continuation of a sick and parasitic norm in charitable work, non-governmental organizations and other entities who claim to protect the vulnerable, but whose leaders are exposed as predators of the worst kind.
The public must reconfigure the way it views ‘humanitarian aid,’ so that it views NGO’s in a much more skeptical light than has long been the case. If NGO’s are not critically appraised, bad actors will continue to hide atrocities beneath a veneer of charitable intent.
Support raises concerns about indirect assistance to terror groups involved in trafficking
Amid cooling global attitudes towards international institutionalism and open border, anti-sovereign state political policies, George Soros has found himself facing an […]