2017 • 2 years
Security Council Report (SCR) was established in 2005 by the MacArthur Foundation, the Rockefeller Foundation and the Hewlett Foundation with additional support from the governments of Canada and Norway. Founded on the belief that lack of balanced, high quality, publicly-available information about the activities of the UN Security Council (Council) is a barrier to the effective performance of the Council and a handicap for UN member states, NGOs and other stakeholders, SCR is now the leading voice on Council matters and its publications and website are the go-to sources for information and analysis on the Council. General operating support permits SCR to provide meticulously documented information and analysis to Council members to improve their capacity to participate effectively, and to others, including the media, to promote transparency and accountability for Council action or failure to act.
2014 • 3 years • Human Rights
The grant will support the production of rigorously researched information and analysis to improve the Security Council’s effectiveness in carrying out its mandate to ensure peace and security.
2014 • 6 months • Human Rights
Security Council Report (SCR) is the leading voice on UN Security Council matters, providing information and analysis to Council members to improve their effective participation, and to NGOs, UN member states, and the media to promote transparency of Council decision-making. The recommended grant will cover costs associated with the search for and recruitment of a new executive director.
2011 • 3 years • Human Rights
In support general operations (over three years).
2010 • 1 year • Human Rights
To produce detailed reports and publications.
2007 • 3 years • Human Rights
To monitor the functioning of the UN Security Council (over three years).
2005 • 2 years, 11 months • Human Rights
In support of monitoring and reporting on the activities of the United Nations Security Council (over three years).