German Marshall Fund

Founding Year: 1972

Staff: 130

Budget:

Guido Goldman (Founder)

The non-partisan policy organization is “committed to the idea that the United States and Europe are stronger together.” It champions the “principles of democracy, human rights, and international cooperation”, working on issues that are “critical to transatlantic interests in the 21st century, including the future of democracy, security and defense, geopolitics, and the rise of China, and technology and innovation.”

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German Marshall Fund contributes to the following Sustainable Development Goals


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