Center for American Progress

For The Women’s Health And Rights Program

Overview
This grant will support the Center for American Progress to continue its work to protect and advance reproductive health and rights through research and policy ideas that establish a framework for public debate. The program integrates disciplines such as economics, health care, and gender, and reaches a broad audience of advocates, policymakers, and the public through earned media, rapid response, editorial board outreach, op-ed placements, and broadcast media.
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for the Women’s Health and Rights program  
This grant will support the Center for American Progress to continue its work to protect and advance reproductive health and rights through research and policy ideas that establish a framework for public debate. The program integrates disciplines such as economics, health care, and gender, and reaches a broad audience of advocates, policymakers, and the public through earned media, rapid response, editorial board outreach, op-ed placements, and broadcast media. (Strategy: U.S. Reproductive Equity)
for building U.S. capacity to shape the strategy and narrative on climate cooperation and competition with China  
To support Center for American Progress's work to strengthen U.S. capacity on U.S. China climate partnership. The grant will build bipartisan consensus on a path for America's international climate policy. It strives to reframe the U.S. thinking about the role of U.S.-China relations in the climate policy and target context, focusing on tools that increase the cost of emissions and boost clean alternatives from China. Longer term, Center for American Progress will form a network to inform and convince the US policy makers that the U.S. can shift the emissions trajectory of the world's two largest emitters – U.S. and China - by adopting an accountable framework in international trade, development and diplomacy. (Substrategy: China National Policy)
for the national climate program and the Equitable & Just National Climate Platform  
The Center for American Progress will advance three primary and complementary goals: (a) support the design and implementation of an ambitious federal investments approach to addressing climate; (b) expand the scope of regulatory rulemaking to address climate throughout the administration; and (c) strengthen the climate coalition by continuing to define and advance shared environmental and social justice goals through the Equitable & Just National Climate Platform. (Substrategy: U.S. National Policy)

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