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PLIR 4500: Issues in Democracy Promotion
This research guide supports the course PLIR 4500 Issues in Democracy Promotion
A Congressional Research Service report. Includes a history of U.S. democracy assistance, comment on the role of federal agencies and NED (the National Endowment for Democracy), and issues for Congress.
A list of various funds and foundations. Brief summaries are available to the public. More detailed information and contact info for grants are limited to Society members, but you can just Google the name of a particular foundation or grant that interests you and find more detailed information that way.
The United Nations Democracy Fund invites civil society organizations to apply for funding for projects to advance and support democracy during the annual proposal window. The next window is expected to be open from mid-November 2019.
Lists top funders of grants related to the building of more democratic, inclusive, participatory societies, including efforts around movement building, elections, and civil society development. Includes statistics on amount of funding by strategic focus, and sample grants.