April 16, 2014

Partners & Funders

Partners

All of the work we do, we do with others. In addition to working with many fabulous students and student groups on campuses throughout the country, we have a number of organizational partners at the national level.

Key organizational partners include:

  • Action Aid USA
  • CARE
  • The Stanley Foundation
  • The Global Campaign for Education
  • Unity Productions Foundation
  • The El-Hibri Charitable Foundation
  • And many, many more

Learn more about opportunities with our partners.

Funders

In recent years AIDemocracy has received generous support from the following:

  • CarEth Foundation
  • Connect US Fund
  • DarMac Foundation
  • Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation
  • Ford Foundation
  • Henry M. Jackson Foundation
  • Hewlett Foundation
  • JEHT Foundation
  • MacArthur Foundation
  • Open Society Institute
  • Planethood Foundation
  • Ploughshares Fund
  • Rockefeller Brothers Fund
  • Stanley Foundation
  • Summit Foundation
  • United Nations Foundation
  • Wallace Global Fund
  • And many participating universities!

We also depend on financial support from our members. Find out how to contribute.

Check out these opportunities from our partners ...

Dalit Freedom Network: An Organization Worth Talking About

Dalit Freedom Network

Throughout the world there are numerous organizations working to meet social needs and fight injustice. One organization that is successfully fighting oppression while providing people with the tools for internal empowerment is called the Dalit Freedom Network (DFN). This organization works on two fronts, providing pressure for human rights both from below, within the people, and above, through the government.* The Dalits are a group of people who are considered ‘untouchable’ by most Hindu/Indian cultures. They are below the caste system and are … [Read more...]

Global Zero Summer Institute Here in D.C. Starting This Week!

Are you interested in foreign policy, meeting experts in the field, or preventing a nuclear disaster? On July 20th, 23rd and 25th Global Zero will be hosting a Student Institute at the George Washington University in Washington D.C. Global Zero is an international, non-partisan movement dedicated to achieving the phased and verified elimination of nuclear weapons worldwide. The movement includes more than 300 political, military, business, faith and civic leaders as well as hundreds of thousands of citizens. Registration is FREE. Please … [Read more...]

Spending on Nuclear Weapons? Wasteful and Dangerous – Maine Speaker Tour with Retired Colonel & Physician Leader

Nuclear arms experts Col. Richard Klass (USAF, ret.) and Dr. Ira Helfand, MD will be in Maine to discuss why the $50 billion spent annually on nuclear weapons is wasteful and does not make our country more secure from terrorists or rogue nations. Klass and Helfand are key parts of a growing international consensus that nuclear weapons are a liability and not an asset. The following events are open to the public and press: What: Screening of “Countdown to Zero” followed by discussion with speakers When: Monday, April 18, 1:00 PM Where: … [Read more...]

On The Road Again…For A World Free of Nuclear Weapons: 5-K Peace Walk and Rally

On Saturday, April 30, the Utah Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons (UCAN) has planned a peaceful walk and rally to commemorate the successful defeat 30 years ago of the MX Mobile Missile Project slated for the Great Basin and to lend support for ratification of the Comprehensive Nuclear Test Ban Treaty (CTBT). A peaceful 5-K walk will commence at Noon at the First Unitarian Church of Salt Lake City (600 South 1300 East) where bells will be rung and statements read regarding the MX project and ratification of the CTBT. After visiting other churches … [Read more...]

A Healthy Future for Women and Girls Globally: 3rd Annual Action Summit (5/1-5/3)

A Healthy Future for Women and Girls Globally: 3rd Annual Action Summit on Comprehensive Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights May 1-3, 2011 Sponsored by: Center for Health and Gender Equity (CHANGE) Deadline to apply: Sunday, April 3, 2011 Open to individuals from the following states: Maine, Massachusetts, Vermont, Illinois, Nevada The Center for Health and Gender Equity (CHANGE) is pleased to announce that we are now accepting applications from emerging and experienced advocates to participate in a 3-day advocacy training on … [Read more...]

Check out Careers in International Development with the Foreign Policy Association of America

From multilateral actors to non-governmental organizations, careers in international development offer excitement and the chance to work towards the greater good. Learn what it takes to land a job in international development with Kate Warren, the director of global recruitment services at Devex – the leading provider of recruitment services to the international development community. In this seminar you will learn: About current career opportunities in international development - learn which organizations, NGOs, and foundations are currently … [Read more...]

Organize a Presentation of What Are We Doing Here?

Tim Klein, one of the filmmakers behind the documentary film What Are We Doing Here?, a film that looks at the effects of foreign aid in Africa, is looking for individuals/organizations interested in holding a presentation of the film and post film discussion with one of the directors/producers.  The trailer, synopsis, reviews, a CNN interview and more can be found on the film's website They have shown the film at other schools such as John Hopkins Medical School, University of Chicago, UNC, Columbia, Northwestern, Dartmouth, Georgetown, American … [Read more...]

“Generation Prague” Conference @ the State Department

The U.S. Department of State cordially invites you to a special event: “Generation Prague: Arms Control and Nonproliferation in the 21st Century” Please join us for a very special event that will look at challenges and opportunities facing the “Post Cold War Generation” working in arms control and nonproliferation. Panel discussions with senior Administration representatives, academics, nongovernmental organization experts, and other governments will address the following topics: “Progress on the Prague Agenda,” “Intergenerational Attitudes and … [Read more...]

Global Zero DC Conference – April 8-10

From April 8-10, Global Zero would like to offer you the chance to take part in GZ|DC 2Ø11, an unprecedented event integrating the most ambitious students and young professionals with policy experts and political/cultural leaders interested in achieving a world without nuclear weapons. You want to be a part of this. http://www.globalzero.org/gzdc2011/ Global Zero is an international, non-partisan movement formed in response to the growing threats of proliferation and nuclear terrorism, and dedicated to achieving the phased, verified, … [Read more...]