W. Alton Jones Foundation

Secure World Program

1994 Grants to Assess the Full Costs of Being a Nuclear State

Brookings Institution * Mar 1994 - $125,000
Washington, DC
To develop a comprehensive model and full cost assessment of U.S. nuclear weapons-related activities since 1945.

Center for Strategic and Budgetary Assessments * Mar 1994 - $50,000
A Project of the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities
Washington, DC
To conduct a budgetary analysis of counterproliferation programs to inform and enhance the public debate on nuclear weapons issues.

Childhood Cancer Research Institute * May 1994 - $35,000
Concord, MA
To provide technical assistance and public education in communities near nuclear weapons production sites.

Economists Allied for Arms Reduction * Mar 1994 - $35,000
New York, NY
To provide economic expertise and training to grassroots activists and local economists in communities with nuclear weapons production facilities, and to encourage efficient clean-up and waste management programs at nuclear sites.

National Security Archive * May 1994 - $100,000
A Project of the Fund for Peace
Washington, DC
To increase electronic public access to former nuclear secrets by creating a centralized database for all document releases from the Department of Energy.

National Whistleblower Center * May 1994 - $25,000
Washington, DC
To support workers in nuclear and other environmentally-sensitive industries who blow the whistle on misconduct, health hazards, and safety problems.

Physicians for Social Responsibility * Nov 1994 - $150,000
Washington, DC
To identify and publicize the health and environmental costs of ongoing U.S. nuclear activities, and to promote an end to nuclear weapon testing.

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