What Do Peace and Security Grants Support?

  • Preventing and Mitigating Conflict
    • Escalation
      Escalation
      $27.2 Million 10% of peace and security funding
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      • Conflict Prevention
      • Early Warning Mechanisms
      • Small Arms/Light Weapons
    • Active
      Active
      $80.8 Million 29% of peace and security funding
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      • Arms Trade
      • Chemical/Biological/Radiological Weapons
      • Counter-terrorism
      • Cyber-security
      • Gender-based Violence
      • Mass Atrocities and Genocide
      • Military Technologies
  • Resolving Conflict
  • Building Stable, Resilient, Peaceful Societies
    • Rebuilding
      Rebuilding
      $54.8 Million 19% of peace and security funding
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      • Democracy-promotion/building
      • Gender Equality/Participation
      • Peacekeeping
      • Reconciliation and Transitional Justice
      • Rule of Law and Institution-building
      • Security Sector Reform
    • Stability
      Stability
      $181.7 Million 64% of peace and security funding
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      • Climate Security and Natural Resource Management
      • Corruption, Criminality, and Criminal Networks
      • Countering and Preventing Violent Extremism
      • Elections
      • Human Trafficking
      • Militarism
      • National Security, Foreign Policy, and Diplomacy
      • Nuclear Issues
      • Space

288 foundations made nearly 2,000 grants
totaling $283.2 Million in 2013