The Lugar Center

For General Operating Support

Overview
The Lugar Center’s mission is to educate and motivate the public, global policymakers, and future leaders on critical issues such as global food security, foreign aid effectiveness, nonproliferation of weapons of mass destruction, and bipartisan governance. Through leadership and engagement in the Modernizing Foreign Assistance Network, the Lugar Center will promote aid effectiveness principles such as accountability, transparency, and learning; educate policy makers; and hold government agencies accountable for their commitments.
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for general operating support  
The Lugar Center, formed in 2013 and led by former U.S. Sen. Richard Lugar, encourages informed debate and problem solving on global issues and bipartisan governance in the United States. Its governance work includes the Bipartisan Index, which ranks the level of bipartisan legislative co-sponsorships in Congress by member; programs to enhance congressional oversight; and promotion of bipartisanship through public events, training programs, speeches, social media, and other formats.
for general operating support  
The Lugar Center, formed in 2013 and led by former U.S. senator Richard Lugar, is a new platform for informed debate and problem solving on global issues and bipartisan governance in the United States. The center brings together expert sources and sponsors research to improve the quality of debate and bridge ideological divides around these important issues. Committed to thoughtful analysis and civil dialogue, the center advocates for evidence-based approaches and policy options. It also is exploring ways to measure bipartisanship and to recognize senators and representatives who work to build greater bipartisanship in Congress.

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