Sustainability - Supporting Communities - Foundations - Global Since our inception in 1984, The Foundation has given back more than $820 million to enhance the sustainability of local communities worldwide. The Foundation is our Company's primary international philanthropic arm. The Foundation was established in the U.S. as a registered 501(c)(3) charitable organization. Foundations grants are awarded throughout the year based on our priorities, tax requirements, legal compliance and approval by the Foundation's Board of Directors. All requests for community support in the form of grants or sponsorships must be submitted through our online application system. Overview In 1984, Roberto Goizueta, then Chairman and CEO of The Company, established The Foundation. The Company is committed to giving back 1 percent of its prior year’s operating income annually. Since its inception, the Foundation has supported learning inside and outside the classroom. Priority Areas Our community commitment is shared across The system.
1 association de bienfaiteurs Executive Steering Committee The Center for International Media Assistance at the National Endowment for Democracy The Center for International Media Assistance (CIMA), an initiative of the National Endowment for Democracy, works to strengthen the support, raise the visibility, and improve the effectiveness of media assistance programs throughout the world. International Research and Exchanges Board (IREX) IREX enables local individuals and institutions to build key elements of a vibrant society: quality education, independent media, and strong communities. United Nations Foundation The United Nations Foundation links the UN’s work with others around the world, mobilizing the energy and expertise of business and non-governmental organizations to help the UN tackle issues including climate change, children’s health, peace and security, and poverty eradication. United States Department of State Organizers American Press Institute Broadcasting Board of Governors Committee to Protect Journalists Ms.
ESF: Program Overview | Just the Facts - U.S. military aid to Latin America and the Caribbean Document: FY 2008 Supplemental Appropriations Spending Plan Country: Central America Regional, Guatemala, El Salvador, Belize, Costa Rica, Nicaragua, Panama, Honduras Governing Justly and Democratically ($20 million) ESF funds will be used to promote economic and social development and good governance in targeted, low income areas, including rural communities vulnerable to drug trafficking, gang violence and organized crime. Gang prevention activities would increase security by helping communities, local governments and the private sector to better address the causes of gang recruitment, crime and violence in the region. Investing in People ($5 million) These funds will allow the Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs (ECA) to focus on the disadvantaged, minority and indigenous communities, women and other populations at risk from criminal and other anti-social forces intent on destabilization in the region. Country: Mexico
Funding Opportunities "La Guerre Humanitaire" de Syrie La coalition emmenée par la France en Libye n’a fait l’objet d’aucune protestation au sein de l’hexagone. Aucune manifestation, aucun rassemblement anti-guerre. Pourtant, il y a huit ans, lors de la guerre en Irak à laquelle la France ne participait pas, la gauche anti-impérialiste s’est mobilisée dans la création d’un mouvement pacifiste important. Il aura fallu attendre le 12 septembre pour que l’association Survie, fer de lance du rejet du néocolonialisme français en Afrique, daigne écrire ce qu’est cette guerre, près de six mois après le début des bombardements. Les prétendus objectifs humanitaires de la guerre ont détourné l’opinion publique des véritables causes de l’agression libyenne : pétrole, eau, richesses africaines constituent bien, parmi d’autres, les réels enjeux de cette guerre coloniale. Ces députés, qui souhaitent l’ouverture d’une commission d’enquête à l’Assemblée Nationale, se proposent de répondre à trois questions : Un journaliste opposant en exil Mathieu OZANON
International Republican Institute Founded in 1983, the International Republican Institute (IRI) is an organisation, funded by the United States government, that conducts international political programs, sometimes called 'democratization programs'. Initially known as the National Republican Institute for International Affairs, the IRI's stated mission is to "expand freedom throughout the world". Its activities include teaching and assisting with right-wing political party and candidate development in their values, "good governance" practices, civil society development, civic education, women’s and youth leadership development, electoral reform and election monitoring, and political expression in closed societies. It has been chaired by former presidential candidate John McCain since January 1993. Background The IRI is a non-profit, non-partisan organization founded in 1983 after U.S. The Westminster speech led to the establishment of the National Endowment for Democracy by Congress in 1983. Activities
UK university guide & HE institutions - Information from HERO The web site you are accessing has experienced an unexpected error. Please contact the website administrator. The following information is meant for the website developer for debugging purposes. Error Occurred While Processing Request Resources: Browser Mozilla/5.0 (X11; U; Linux i686 (x86_64); en-US; rv:18.104.22.168) Gecko/20100914 Firefox/3.6.10 Remote Address Referrer Date/Time 14-Feb-12 03:08 AM Stack Trace Financent des médias 5 radios, 1 agence de presse Aller au contenu Donateurs publics Projet soutenu : Radio Okapi Aller sur le site Ambassade de France à Kinshasa Ville de Lausanne Projets soutenus : Radio Ndeke Luka Allemagne Projets soutenus : Radio Okapi, Radio Miraya. Belgique Projets soutenus : Agence Hirondelle News, Radio Okapi et RNL États-Unis Projets soutenus: Programme de développement du secteur médiatique en RDC Projet d’appui à la Radio Tunisienne Ambassade de France à Bangui Projet soutenu : Radio Ndeke Luka Grande-Bretagne Projet soutenu : Radio Okapi Irlande Projet soutenu : Cotton Tree News Pays-Bas Suède Projets soutenus : Radio Miraya, Radio Okapi Suisse Projets soutenus : Radio Miraya, Radio Ndeke Luka, Radio Okapi, Etude Palestine et projet d’appui à la Radio tunisienne Union Européenne Projets soutenus : Cotton Tree News, Radio Ndeke Luka Donateurs privés donateurs individuels Fondation Karl Popper Projet soutenu : Agence Hirondelle News Cordaid Cordaid accompagne Radio Ndeke Luka. Fondation Pro Victimis
Obama's 2012 Funding for Venezuelan Oposition European Commission - Grants of the European Union Contracts The Commission uses public contracts to buy in goods and services – studies, technical assistance and training; consultancy, conference and publicity services; books and IT equipment etc. Beginners' guide to EU public contracts How to tender for a Commission contract – with guidance on the different types of contract, finding a contract that's relevant to your business and filling out the forms. Public contracts by EU policy Calls for tender issued by Commission departments, offices and agencies around Europe. Grants The Commission makes direct financial contributions in the form of grants in support of projects or organisations which further the interests of the EU or contribute to the implementation of an EU programme or policy. Beginners' guide to EU grants and funding How to find funding opportunities under the new EU rules for 2007-13. Grants, funds and programmes by EU policy EU grants available from Commission departments, offices and agencies around Europe. Microfinance See also