National Security Archive Fund
Grants to National Security Archive Fund
2013 (Duration 2 years, 11 months)
WASHINGTON, D.C. — An independent non-governmental research institute and library located at The George Washington University, The National Security Archive maintains the world’s largest non-governmental collection of declassified documents (obtained through the Freedom of Information Act) and combines a range of functions including investigative journalism, research, and public interest law. MacArthur funding will support the Archive’s work on the use of declassified government documents in advancing international human rights and nuclear security through the Human Rights Evidence Project; the Genocide Prevention Project; the Nunn-Lugar Project; and the Nuclear Security Documentation Project.
2010 (Inactive Grant)
WASHINGTON, D.C. — To support the International Human Rights Evidence Program (over three years).
2003 (Inactive Grant)
WASHINGTON, D.C. — In support of general operations (over three years).
2001 (Inactive Grant)
WASHINGTON, D.C. — In support of research, analysis, and public education to protect civil liberties.
2000 (Inactive Grant)
WASHINGTON, D.C. — To foster greater transparency in U.S. foreign policy and intelligence operations and for special projects in Mexico and Cuba (over three years).
1999 (Inactive Grant)
MacArthur Award for Creative & Effective Institutions
WASHINGTON, D.C. — To establish a reserve fund.
The MacArthur Foundation awarded National Security Archive Fund $5,100,000 between 1978 and 2016.
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Related Grantees: Harvard University, Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Security Studies Program, National Security Archive Fund, Stanford University, Center for International Security and Cooperation, Woodrow Wilson Center