W. Alton Jones Foundation
Secure World Program
1997 General Grants to Eliminate Nuclear Weapons
- Acronym Institute * Nov. 1997 - $180,000 over 2 years
- For the continued publication and development of "Disarmament Diplomacy", the Monthly journal of the Acronym Institute.
- Arms Control Association * May 1997 - $150,000
- To provide the media, Congress and the arms control community with reliable up-to-date information on the arms control issues and developments.
- Atlantic Council of the United States * May 1997 - $50,000
- To develop consensus among key policymakers on how to reduce the risks of nuclear weapons, including the prerequisites for deep reductions among the major nclear powers.
- Center for Energy and Environmental Studies * Nov. 1997 - $215,000 over 2 years
- To support Princeton University's Program on Nuclear Policy Alternatives as an intellectual leader and educator for the international nuclear disarmament and nonproliferation movement.
- Coalition to Reduce Nuclear Dangers * Feb. 1997 - $75,000
A Project of the Council for A Livable World Education Fund
- To maintain collaberation among leading arms control groups enableing a collective effort to educate the public and policy makers about strategies for eliminating nuclear weapons.
- Committee for Naitonal Security * Feb. 1997 - $100,000
A Project of the Lawyers Alliance for World Security
- To encourage the five nuclear states, particularly Russia and the U.S. to pursue systematic and progressive efforts to reduce and eventually abolish nuclear weapons.
- Henry L. Stimson Center * Feb. 1997 - $175,000
- To integrate and promote studies concerning denuclearization in an effort to elevate the issue of eliminating nuclear weapons on the national agenda.
- Institute for Science and International Security * Nov 1997 - $330,000 over 2 years
- For scientific and technical analysis of a number of efforts to reduce the threat posed by nuclear weapons to U.S. and international security.
- Physicians for Social Responsibility * Nov. 1997 - $100,000
- For public and policymakers education about the health and environmental impacts of nuclear weapons activities.
- 20/20 VISION Education Fund * May 1997 - $100,000
- To prepare and disseminate educational materials to members and activists about nuclear weapons reductions, disposal of plutonium from retired warheads, continuing nuclear weapons development, testing, and related issues.
- Union of Concerned Scientists * Nov. 1997 - $400,000 over 2 years
- To promote permanent nuclear weapons reductions, restrictions on ballistic missile defense systems, control of weapon-usable materials, and international nonproliferation goals.
- Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars * Feb. 1997 - $35,000
- To create an educational training and seminar series for Senate and House staff members responsible for nonproliferation and arms control issues.
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