Clare Boothe Luce
Clare Boothe Luce
Grant Archives - Religion & International Affairs | 2010
America Abroad Media, Washington, DC—Renewed support for public radio programming on religion and international affairs. A two-year grant of $350,000.
Americans for Oxford Inc., New York, NY—To support an international workshop, organized by the Refugees Studies Center at the University of Oxford, on the theme of Faith-based humanitarianism: the response of faith communities and faith-based organizations in contexts of forced migration, including climate-induced migration. A one-time grant of $13,000.
Arizona State University Foundation, Tempe, AZ—For a project on Religion and International Affairs: Through the Prism of Rights and Gender. A two-year grant of $352,000.
Boston University, Institute on Culture, Religion and World Affairs,, Boston, MA—For an initiative on religious pluralism and civic peace in multicultural societies. A three-year grant of $473,000.
Harvard University, Cambridge, MA—To support a research network on pluralism, coexistence and conflict in Muslim-majority countries. A one-year grant of $156,000.
International Crisis Group, Washington, DC—To support field research on the role of religion in conflict and instability in Yemen, Indonesia, Nigeria, and Somalia. A two-year grant of $300,000.
Johns Hopkins University, Paul H. Nitze School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS), Baltimore, MD—To strengthen coverage of religion and international affairs in the U.S. media. A two-year grant of $300,000.
Minnesota Public Radio/American Public Media, St. Paul, MN—For renewed support of coverage of religion and international affairs through Speaking of Faith, a weekly public radio program. A three-year grant of $375,000.
New England Foundation for the Arts, Boston, MA—To support “Voices from the Shadows,” a multi-media project on women and religion in Pakistan. A one-year grant of $48,000.
The New School, New York, NY—For an initiative on Everyday Religion and Sustainable Environments in the Himalaya. A three-year grant of $394,000.
New York University, Center for Religion and Media, New York, NY—To support a workshop on ‘Digital Religion: Transforming Knowledge and Practice.’ A one-time grant of $28,000.
New York University, Center on Law and Security, NYU School of Law, New York, NY—To support a one-day conference of the Center on Law and Security on the subject
of the U.S. Constitution and National Security, held at the New York University
School of Law in November 2010.
A one-time grant of $10,000.
Social Science Research Council, Brooklyn, NY—To support a convening of selected grantees of the Henry R. Luce Initiative on Religion and International Affairs for a two-day workshop to be held in May 2010. A one-time grant of $30,000.
Tanenbaum Center for Interreligious Understanding, New York, NY—For collaboration with three universities to develop case studies on religious peacemakers. A two-year grant of $100,000.
University of California, Berkeley, Berkeley, CA—To support a project on the politics of religious freedom. A three-year grant of $496,000.
University of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA—For Religion on the Move: Crossing Borders, Setting Boundaries, an initiative to enhance journalistic and scholarly attention to religion and international relations. A two-year grant of $395,000.
World Security Institute, Washington, DC—To support the production and launch of a special issue of Arab Insight entitled ‘Islam and Muslims in the 21st Century: Challenges and Prospects.’ A one-time grant of $30,000.
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