It’s immoral: UN Special Rapporteur on reducing funding for UNRWA | The Israeli war on Gaza
What impact will the reduction in UNRWA funding have on Gaza? Mark Lamont Hill speaks to UN Special Rapporteur, Francesca Albanese.
The humanitarian situation in Gaza is deteriorating, with more than 26,000 Palestinians killed and 1.7 million others displaced since October 7.
At least a dozen countries announced they would suspend funding to the United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees (UNRWA) after Israel accused 12 of the agency’s employees of participating in the October 7 attacks.
UNRWA has been a critical provider of humanitarian aid in Gaza, so why did countries withdraw their funding during a time of crisis and based solely on allegations? What will happen to civilians who depend on the agency to survive?
on sincere This week, Marc Lamont Hill spoke with the UN Special Rapporteur on the occupied Palestinian territories, Francesca Albanese, about the looming consequences of cuts to UNRWA’s funding.
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