B’tselem (a Hebrew synonym for human dignity) was founded in 1989 and is focused on monitoring and documenting human rights abuses in the Occupied Territories. B’Tselem conducts research and advocacy on a wide variety of issues, including Israeli restrictions on Palestinian movement; the Israeli military justice system; human rights violations in Hebron; interrogation methods of the Israel Security Agency; and lethal force and military accountability. The Trust provides core support.

Grant History

2007-2019: £1,670,000