W. Alton Jones Foundation
Secure World Program
1996 General Grants to Eliminate Nuclear Weapons
- Arms Control Association * May 1996 - $130,000
- 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
- To promote nuclear disarmament and cooperative security arrangements in Europe and the U.S..
- Center for Strategic and International Studies * Nov 1996 - $63,500
- 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
- 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
- For the Nuclear Roundtable Project to strenghten nuclear disarmament and nonproliferation.
- Institute for Science and International Security * Nov 1996 - $150,000
- 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
- To inform people in local communities about the need for nuclear disarmament and greater nuclear arms reductions.
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