W. Alton Jones Foundation

Secure World Program

1996 General Grants to Eliminate Nuclear Weapons

Arms Control Association * May 1996 - $130,000
Washington, DC
To provide the media, Congress and the arms control community with reliable up-to-date information on the arms control issues and developments.

British American Security Information Council * Nov 1996 - $400,000 over 2 years
Washington, DC
To promote nuclear disarmament and cooperative security arrangements in Europe and the U.S..

Center for Strategic and International Studies * Nov 1996 - $63,500
Washington, DC
To promote the concept of de-alerting nuclear arsenals aas a step toward denuclearization and elimination of nuclear weapons.

Disarmament Intelligence Review * Nov 1996 - $50,000
To disseminate information to non-governmental organizations about major international negotiations on nonproliferation and disarmament, particularly from Geneva.

Military Production Network * Nov 1996 - $125,000
A Project of the Tides Foundation
Seattle, WA
To coordinate the work of grassroots groups focused throughout the country on U.S. Department of Energy policies and practices related to nuclear weapons production.

Ploughshares Fund * Nov 1996 - $100,000
San Francisco, CA
To assist individuals and small organizations in Europe and the U.S. working toward nuclear nonproliferation.

A HREF="http://www.stimson.org" TARGET="_top">Henry L. Stimson Center * Nov 1996 - $225,000
Washington, DC
For the Nuclear Roundtable Project to strenghten nuclear disarmament and nonproliferation.

Institute for Science and International Security * Nov 1996 - $150,000
Washington, DC
For scientific analyses of nuclear testing and proliferation issues.

Natural Resources Defense Council * Nov 1996 - $450,000 over two years
New York, NY
To conduct research, analysis and advocacy on such issues as implementation of the Comprehensive test Ban Treaty, reduction of U.S. nuclear forces, plutonium utilization, and elimination of nuclear weapons.

Project for Participatory Democracy * May 1996 - $30,000
The Tides Center
Santa Barbara, CA
To monitor the future director of the U.S. nuclear weapons complex, including issues of waste clean-up and plutonium disposition.

20/20 VISION Education Fund * May 1996 - $30,000
Washington, DC
To inform people in local communities about the need for nuclear disarmament and greater nuclear arms reductions.

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