Foundation / Corporation
Carnegie Corporation of New York
Grants to USA organizations, university-based centers, and think tanks for projects related to the development of an international system of organizations to address global challenges. Projects must involve collaboration with foreign experts and experts from underrepresented communities.
From pandemics and climate change, to disruptive technologies and other emerging risks, it is a truism that most of today’s global threats cannot be addressed effectively without collective action. The failure of international responses to COVID-19 is only the most recent and dramatic example of the inability of long-standing cooperative mechanisms and institutions to withstand the pressures of nationalism, protectionism, and broader structural and systemic deficiencies. As the nature of security in the 21st century continues to evolve, there is a need to reimagine existing multilateral approaches to critical transnational challenges.
Through this Request for Proposals, Carnegie Corporation of New York invites projects that provide insights and practical approaches for addressing one or more of the following questions:
All proposals must:
GrantWatch ID#: 194559
Applicants may submit a proposal in one of two categories: grants of up to $200,000 or grants for between $200,000 and $500,000.
Projects may run for up to 24 months. Grants will be one-time funding.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
All documents should be sent to IP_RFP_Multilateralism@carnegie.org
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