DT Institute Celebrates Giving Tuesday, Highlights Grantees
DT Institute Celebrates Giving Tuesday, Highlights Grantees
DT Institute is proud to again celebrate the tradition of Giving Tuesday, the global generosity movement that unleashes the power of people and organizations to transform their communities and the world.
Guided by our five issue-based funds, DT institute contributes to and collaborates with organizations around the world that support our commitment to improving the human condition.
Each year as part of Giving Tuesday celebrations, we recognize several of our grantees under each fund who work tirelessly to improve development outcomes in their immediate communities and around the globe. On Tuesday, November 30, we invite you to learn more, consider donating to our grantees directly through the links below, or contact DT Institute to support our work through a direct donation to one of our funds, and share this page to spread the word about these inspiring organizations.
Free and Independent Media Fund
Funds research and program activities that improve the quality and availability of news and information to strengthen societies’ resilience against disinformation.
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Development Democracy Initiative
As part of DT Institute’s support of the Development Democracy Initiative (DDI), our primary focus is the ‘StoryMaker Citizen Journalism Initiative’ which unites Ukrainian citizen journalists and media for the development of a strong civic society.
This #GivingTuesday, the StoryMaker’s School is seeking financial support to proceed with the development of a high-quality virtual platform so they can:
- Produce more influential and resonant advertising
- Leverage the opportunity to enter a wider media discourse
- Create opportunities for fruitful cooperation with leading media organizations in the United States and in Europe
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The Center for a Secure Free Society
DT Institute is proud to support The Center for a Secure Free Society (SFS), a next-generation, national security think tank pursuing a society of free, responsible, and vigilant individuals advancing peace and prosperity based on the shared values of individual liberty, limited government, free enterprise, national sovereignty, and strong national security.
Joseph M. Humire, Executive Director of SFS, recently shared, “Disinformation has become one of the most brutal weapons against liberal democracies in the 21st century. At SFS we are proud to partner with the DT Institute to fight against disinformation by malign foreign actors in Latin America.”
Peace and Stability Fund
Funds research and programs that identify, prevent, or counter drivers of radicalization, promote stability, and build lasting peace. The Fund supports civil society, activists, and other key stakeholders to conduct capacity-building training and design locally driven interventions.
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N’Zarama Center for Peacebuilding
DT Institute Grantee, N’Zarama Center for Peacebuilding (NCP) is a non-profit organization headquartered in Abidjan, Ivory Coast. NCP offers high quality and professional cutting-edge peacebuilding, women empowerment, youth, and leadership development programs on the African continent, through social research, capacity building, entrepreneurial and technological skills development. NCP is embarking on a rigorous campaign to prevent and counter the spread of violent extremism in Ivory Coast and in the greater West Africa sub-region, beginning with the TCHOLOGO region in Ivory Coast and subsequently moving into other regions and West African countries.
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The Better Evidence Project at George Mason University
DT Institute grantee, The Better Evidence Project (BEP) at George Mason University seeks to improve the evidence available to donors, policy makers, practitioners, and scholars in the peacebuilding community, thus strengthening our collective efforts to address the problems of war and violence.
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The Josef Korbel School of International Studies, University of Denver – Clean World Fund and Peace and Stability Fund
Since its inception in 2020, DT Institute has supported The Institute for Comparative and Regional Studies (ICRS) at the University of Denver’s Josef Korbel School of International Studies. The ICRS conducts research, facilitates dialogue, presents community programs, and offers advanced education and training in comparative and regional studies to address the pressing global challenges and opportunities of the 21st century.
Clean World Fund
Supports activities that address environmental and climate change challenges that pose risks to global development.
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The Global Water Challenge
The Global Water Challenge is a coalition of leading organizations deploying expertise and networks to achieve universal access to safe and affordable drinking water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) in communities around the world.
Leadership Accelerator Fund
Equips emerging and established leaders with the skills they need to build sustainable and transformative social, economic, and political movements.
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Iraq Leadership Fellows Program
The Iraq Leadership Fellows Program (ILF) is generously supported by DT Institute and Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung and hosted by the Institute for Regional and International Studies at the American University of Iraq, Sulaimani. ILF was founded in 2017 in response to the growth of a generation of educated and politically and socially engaged young Iraqis who are eager to positively shape the future of their country. Whether these young activists engage through the formal political process, protest movements, or civil society organizations —their energy and passion for Iraq is to be applauded and encouraged.
Prosperity for All Fund
Supports research and program activities that advance economic opportunity for individuals and communities globally; we identify and fill funding gaps so that economies can support all people.
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The Harris School of Public Policy at the University of Chicago
This Giving Tuesday, DT Institute grantee The Harris School is raising funds for student scholarships. The Harris Alumni Scholarship Fund was created in 2012 by the Harris Alumni Council to support student scholarships. Financial aid allows Harris to attract the best and brightest future policy leaders and build a diverse and engaged student body. With a gift to the Harris Alumni Scholarship Fund, you join our community of donors who have invested in the next generation of policy leaders.
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