Stanley Center for Peace and Security

Founding Year: 1956

Staff: 25

Budget:

Keith Porter (President & CEO)

The center  “partners with people, organizations, and the greater global community”, in an attempt to “drive policy progress, advance effective global governance, and advocate for collective action.” They have focused on “pursuing impact in three main issue areas where policy progress is vital in order to realize our vision of a secure and just peace”; namely Climate Change, Nuclear Weapons and Mass Violence & Atrocities.

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Stanley Center for Peace and Security contributes to the following Sustainable Development Goals


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