Carnegie Endowment for International Peace
For Enhancing Climate Diplomacy
This grant will support efforts led by Secretary John Kerry to advance climate diplomacy and help ensure that America’s commitment to climate change remains clear throughout the international community and underscore the benefits of clean energy.
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for the Africa Program research project
This grant is to support Carnegie Endowment’s Africa Program in examining the shifting global market for non-renewable natural resources, particularly critical minerals, as resource-rich African countries extract these resources both for the global market and for their own development. The findings and recommendations will be circulated to targeted international affairs and climate policy communities across the G20 countries, which will be the largest demand centers for these resources, and will also be essential partners to Africa as global investments in the clean energy economy are ramped up. (Substrategy: China National Policy).
for Beyond Global Neoliberalism: New Rules for an Equitable, Inclusive, and Sustainable World Economy project
The Carnegie Endowment for International Peace is an independent think tank dedicated to advancing peace by leveraging its global network to shape debates and provide decision makers with independent insights and innovative ideas on consequential global threats and opportunities. The initiative Beyond Global Neoliberalism fosters new thinking and sustained dialogue among experts from the South and North about the principles and rules that should animate and govern a post-neoliberal international political economy.
for support of the Democracy, Conflict, and Governance Program
The Democracy, Conflict, and Governance Program of the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, a long-standing source of independent, practical analysis and policy outreach on aiding democracy in the developing world and post-communist countries, will continue to expand its work relating to the serious challenges facing democracy in the United States and other wealthy, established democracies. The aim will be to provide concerned political and civic activists, political and policy actors, and philanthropists desiring to improve democracy with focused, actionable comparative research and learning that sheds new light on central political dilemmas and difficulties.