Ford Institute for Human Security

Founding Year: 2003

Staff: 13

Budget:

Taylor B. Seybol (Director)

Is an independent research institute. Primarily, it investigates “issues relating to human rights, including genocide, forced labor, corporate responsibility, international conflicts, forced migration, refugees, and environmental security.” Consequently, it “generates and disseminates policy papers and advances nonpartisan policy proposals.”

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Ford Institute for Human Security contributes to the following Sustainable Development Goals


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