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Center for Arms Control and Non-Proliferation

Washington, D.C.
www.armscontrolcenter.org

Center for Arms Control and Non-Proliferation was awarded $3,204,027 between 1987 and 2019, including 19 grants in Nuclear Challenges.

$3,000

2019 • 2 months • Nuclear Challenges

The Center for Arms Control and Nonproliferation (CACNP) is a nonpartisan organization dedicated to enhancing peace and security through policy analysis and thought-provoking research. This award supports the travel costs of a CACNP Program Analyst to attend an event hosted at Wilton Park entitled "Nuclear Non-Proliferation: Preparing for the 2020 NPT Review Conference," to be held December 16th to 20th, 2019. It aims to provide emerging experts with the opportunity to learn from and interact with a broad range of nuclear policy theorists and practitioners.

$1,005,000

2018 • 3 years • Nuclear Challenges

The Center for Arms Control and Non-Proliferation is a national nonpartisan, nonprofit organization dedicated to the promotion of nuclear arms control, the ultimate elimination of nuclear weapons, and the enhancement of peace and security. The Center uses its expert research and analysis to educate policymakers and the public about the cost and consequences of nuclear weapons and the various ways to mitigate the threats associated with them. This award provides general operating support for the Center and its mission. Outcomes of this award include a more-informed Congress, media, and general public on issues related to nuclear threat.

$28,500

2018 • 10 months • Nuclear Challenges

The Center for Arms Control and Non-proliferation seeks to reduce nuclear weapons arsenals, halt the spread of nuclear weapons and minimize the risk of war by educating the public and policymakers. With this award, the Center continues and expands its Hill educational outreach through hosting dinners and receptions with Members of Congress. Intended outcomes include increased bipartisan knowledge about and cooperation on nuclear issues.

$216,127

2017 • 3 years • Nuclear Challenges

The Center for Arms Control and Nonproliferation (CACNP) is a non-partisan organization dedicated to enhancing peace and security through policy analysis and thought-provoking research. This project was selected through a request for proposals competition, co-organized by MacArthur and Carnegie Corporation of New York, entitled Heading Off Nuclear Catastrophe. Support enables CACNP to take on the Fissile Materials Working Group (FMWG) as a new project; MacArthur and Carnegie previously funded the FMWG through the Center for a Secure Nuclear Future. The FMWG convenes a coalition of representatives from 80 non-governmental organizations collaborating to reduce nuclear terrorism risks.

$450,000

2005 • 3 years

In support of policy research and outreach to reduce the dangers associated with nuclear, biological, and space weapons (over three years).

$175,000

2004 • 1 year

In support of policy research and engagement on nuclear and biological weapons issues.

$100,000

2001 • 2 years

To support the Coalition to Reduce Nuclear Dangers Project (over two years).

$300,000

2001 • 2 years

To reduce the nuclear threat (over three years).

$50,000

2000 • 1 year

To support the Ballistic Missile Defense Proposal.

$200,000

1999 • 2 years

To support public education on alternative national security policy (over two years).

$200,000

1997 • 2 years

To establish a cooperative security framework (over two years).

$50,000

1997 • 1 year

To support the Coalition to Reduce Nuclear Dangers.

$50,000

1996 • 11 months

To educate the public about the U.S. military budget and national security demands.

$50,000

1996 • 11 months

To support the Project on Peacekeeping and the United Nations.

$100,000

1994 • 11 months

To support a public education campaign on nuclear nonproliferation and a project on U.S. participation in U.N. peacekeeping operations (over two years).

$69,500

1992 • 1 year

To support a public education project on the military-industrial complex.

$25,000

1991 • 1 year

To support the National Security News Service, which brings public attention to arms control and security issues.

$31,900

1989 • 1 year

To support the National Security News Service.

$100,000

1987 • 1 year

To support Project '89 on arms conrol policies and negotiations with the Soviet Union (over two years).

www.armscontrolcenter.org
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