W. Alton Jones Foundation

Secure World Program

1995 Grants to Stop Development, Production and Testing of Nuclear Weapons

British American Security Information Council * Nov 1995 - $175,000
Washington, DC
To promote debate on nuclear disarmament and nonproliferation in Europe, while bringing European perspectives to bear in Washington.

Centre de Documentation et de Recherche sur la Paix et les Conflits * Feb 1995 - $40,000
Center for Documentation and Research on Peace and Conflicts
Lyon Cedex, FRANCE
To analyze, estimate and publicize the economic, environmental and human health costs of French Nuclear Testing since 1960.

Committee for National Security * Feb 1995 - $70,000
A Project of the Lawyers Alliance for World Security
Washington, DC
For public education to encourage extension of the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty and early completion of a Comprehensive test Ban Treaty.

Concerned Citizens for Nuclear Safety * May 1995 - $40,000
Santa Fe, NM
For public education about nuclear weapons and nuclear waste contamination issues in New Mexico through weekly radio news broadcasts, a 24-hour hot line, and newsletter.

CTB Clearinghouse * Feb 1995 - $30,000
A Project of the Peace Action Education Fund
Washington, DC
To monitor the Conference on Disarmament and the Comprehensive Test Ban Treaty negotiations and to disseminate news and information about nuclear testing.

Disarmament Intelligence Review * Nov 1995 - $35,000
London, ENGLAND
To monitor negotiations on a Fissile Material Ban and a Comprehensive Test Ban Treaty and issue monthly reports to nongovernmental organizations and research institutes.

Federation of American Scientists Fund * May 1995 - $70,000
Washington, DC
To involve U.S., Russian and Chinese experts in promoting global arms control and nonproliferation initiatives.

Los Alamos Study Group * Nov 1995 - $35,000
A Project of the Institute for Regional Education
Santa Fe, NM
For public education about the development and production of new types of nuclear weapons and modifications of existing nuclear weapons at Los Alamos National Laboratory.

Nashville Peace Action * Feb 1995 - $15,000
Nashville, TN
For public education about the environmental, health, global security and economic impacts of continued production of nuclear weapons at the Oak Ridge facility in Tennessee.

Oak Ridge Education Project * May 1995 - $25,000
A Project of the Foundation for Global Sustainability
Knoxville, TN
For public education about nuclear weapons dismantlement and disposition and environmental restoration at the Oak Ridge Nuclear Reservation.

Parliamentarians for Global Action * Nov 1995 - $110,000
New York, NY
To promote international arms control policies and completion of a Comprehensive Test Ban Treaty.

Southwest Research and Information Center * May 1995 - $30,000
Albuquerque, NM
For public education about nuclear weapons dismantlement and waste management activities at the Pantex, Sandia and Los Alamos National Laboratories and the Waste Isolation Pilot Plant.

Western States Legal Foundation * May 1995 - $35,000
Oakland, CA
To expose the environmental, security, and public health dangers of continuing weapons work at the Lawrence Livermore, Los Alamos, and Sandia National Laboratories.

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