George Washington University

For The Digital Protectionism Project

  • Amount
    $66,500
  • Program
  • Date Awarded
    2/16/2018
  • Term
    12 Months
  • Type of Support
    Project
Overview
A grant to George Washington University will support research that maps and evaluates global digital protectionism and thereby informs digital trade and cybersecurity policymaking.
About the Grantee
Grantee Website
www.cep-dc.org 
Address
2129 G Street NW, 1st Floor, Washington, DC, 20052, United States
Grants to this Grantee
for a project to support a more representative American foreign policy  
The Elliott School of International Affairs at George Washington University hosts the Generations Dialogue Project, which aims to increase the number of underrepresented youth who pursue and succeed in American foreign policy careers by connecting young people with individuals who blazed a trail in American foreign policy and international affairs. The grant seeks to increase the number of participating high school students who pursue university study related to international affairs; increase the number of participating undergraduate students who pursue graduate study related to international affairs; create for all participants an informational and support network for careers in international affairs; and demonstrate a model for generating pipelines of underrepresented groups and supporting them to undertake successful American foreign policy careers. This grant will also support a seminar series on the effect of localization on academics and students studying U.S. foreign policy and their potential to shape international development decisions in the Global South.
for a conference on the intersection of race, economics, and disability  
The Graduate School of Education and Human Development at George Washington University is one of the leading education schools in the country. It is particularly well known for its work in education policy and organizational learning. This grant supports a year-long project to investigate the intersections of race, economics, and disability in K-12. (Strategy: K-12 Teaching and Learning)
for a project to support a more representative American foreign policy  
The Elliott School of International Affairs at George Washington University hosts the Generations Dialogue Project, which aims to increase the number of underrepresented youth who pursue and succeed in American foreign policy careers by connecting young people with individuals who blazed a trail in American foreign policy and international affairs. The grant seeks to increase the number of participating high school students who pursue university study related to international affairs; increase the number of participating undergraduate students who pursue graduate study related to international affairs; create for all participants an informational and support network for careers in international affairs; and demonstrate a model for generating pipelines of underrepresented groups and supporting them to undertake successful American foreign policy careers.

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