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Global Zero

Washington, D.C.
globalzero.org

Global Zero was awarded $1,158,500 between 2018 and 2022, including 4 grants in Nuclear Challenges.

$700,000

2022 • 2 years 4 months • Nuclear Challenges

Launched in Paris in 2008, Global Zero combines policy analysis, backchannel diplomacy, media outreach, and public engagement to seek lasting peace and security in a world without nuclear weapons. This award provides general operating support to Global Zero. Outcomes include a reimagined operating model for nuclear civil society organizations.

$165,000

2020 • 1 year 4 months • Nuclear Challenges

Launched in Paris in 2008, Global Zero combines policy analysis, backchannel diplomacy, media outreach, and public engagement to seek lasting peace and security in a world without nuclear weapons. In collaboration with the Center for a New American Security (CNAS), Global Zero participates in this project and re-grants a portion of this award to the Moscow-based Center for Energy and Security Studies (CENESS) to launch a U.S.-Russia dialogue on Iran’s nuclear program. This award produces recommendations and implementation plans for the United States and Russia to work together to reduce nuclear risks vis-à-vis Iran. We are recommending a separate, concurrent award to CNAS for this undertaking.

$250,000

2019 • 2 years 2 months • Nuclear Challenges

Launched in Paris in 2008, Global Zero combines policy analysis, backchannel diplomacy, media outreach, and public engagement to seek lasting peace and security in a world without nuclear weapons. The project develops a set of cohesive and integrated nuclear policy positions that could form the core of future U.S. nuclear policy, and considers in advance how this cohesive set of policies could be effectively implemented by the next administration. These efforts are centered on reducing nuclear risks and reasserting U.S. leadership in global nuclear affairs.

$43,500

2018 • 3 months • Nuclear Challenges

Launched in Paris in 2008, Global Zero combines policy analysis, backchannel diplomacy, media outreach, and public engagement to seek lasting peace and security in a world without nuclear weapons. The project brings together a selected group of functional and regional experts to provide an assessment of current United States nuclear policies. It is intended to form a basis for developing nuclear policy proposals that could be adopted by the current and future administrations.

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