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Partnership for Global Security

Washington, D.C.
www.partnershipforglobalsecurity.org

Partnership for Global Security was awarded $5,070,000 between 1998 and 2021, including 10 grants in Nuclear Challenges.

$400,000

2021 • 1 year • Nuclear Challenges

The Partnership for Global Security (PGS) is a nonpartisan think tank that provides actionable responses to 21st century security challenges. PGS focuses on the nuclear-climate nexus, working to ensure that the expansion of nuclear power as a climate solution does not exacerbate security risks posed by nuclear weapons, materials, or technologies. Policy questions about the future of nuclear power appear to be gaining importance as the climate crisis intensifies. This award provides general operating support to PGS to continue its work in this area that is ripe for progress.

$550,000

2019 • 2 years • Nuclear Challenges

The Partnership for Global Security (PGS) is a nonpartisan think tank that provides actionable responses to 21st century security challenges. This renewal award continues support for the Global Nexus Initiative, a partnership between PGS and the Nuclear Energy Institute (NEI) that is focused on addressing challenges at the intersection of climate change, nuclear power, and global security. The award also supports the Initiative on Nuclear Security, Governance, and Geopolitics, which is designed to push for policy progress on the international governance of nuclear materials. Taken together, these projects aim to make tangible progress on reducing nuclear risks.

$750,000

2017 • 2 years • Nuclear Challenges

The Partnership for Global Security (PGS) is a non-partisan think tank that provides actionable responses to 21st century security challenges. This award provides continued support for two projects aimed at achieving a secure nuclear future. The Global Nexus Initiative is a partnership between PGS and the Nuclear Energy Institute that is focused on the intersection of climate change, nuclear power, and global security. The Nuclear Governance Group (NGG) is a new iteration of its predecessor, the Nuclear Security Governance Experts Group. NGG is designed to build upon past efforts to push for policy change in collaboration with the official nuclear industry body that grew out of the Nuclear Security Summit process. These projects comprise a collaborative agenda that is designed to make tangible progress on nuclear risk reduction efforts.

$890,000

2015 • 2 years 3 months • Nuclear Challenges

The Partnership for Global Security (PGS) is a non-partisan think tank dedicated to decreasing the dangers posed by weapons of mass destruction. PGS conducts work on a two-track path to sustain momentum and continue to build partnerships to achieve a secure nuclear future. Activities under the first track drive the Nuclear Security Summit countries to accept more aggressive and necessary actions to improve the nuclear security system. The second track consolidates gains made under the Summit process and positions PGS and its partners to continue to advance the nuclear security agenda after the summit process and its inherent forcing mechanism ends. It involves collaboration with the nuclear energy industry on the connection between nuclear technology and security concerns, and work on energy and climate change.

$500,000

2013 • 2 years

The Partnership for Global Security (PGS) is a non-partisan think tank dedicated to decreasing the dangers posed by weapons of mass destruction. Its vision is to create the broad and integrated networks of private and public partnerships that are necessary to meet the 21st century's global security challenges. This would be a renewal grant for PGS's work to strengthen nuclear security governance in the lead up to the 2014 Nuclear Security Summit in the Netherlands. Funding aligns with our goal to prevent nuclear terrorism by securing fissile material. Funds would be used for partial staff salaries, travel, conferences, and publications.

$350,000

2011 • 2 years

To foster the creation of a global nuclear material security architecture by helping develop its foundational elements and structure (over two years).

$600,000

2006 • 3 years

In support of activities to strengthen and expand nuclear and biological threat reduction programs worldwide (over three years).

$550,000

2003 • 3 years

In support of activities to strengthen and expand cooperative threat reduction programs in the former Soviet Union (over three years).

$350,000

2000 • 2 years

To foster U.S.-Russian cooperation on nuclear security (over two years).

$130,000

1998 • 2 years 8 months

To support cooperative nuclear security activities (over two years).

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