Perspectives: Scoville Fellows: Where are they now?
Grooming the next generation of peace and security experts through high-level access and on-the-job training is the goal of the Herbert Scoville Jr. Peace Fellowship.... Learn More
Did New Voting Restrictions Make a Difference in the Midterm Elections?
Since the repeal of Section 5 from the Voting Rights Act, which has historically sought to protect the rights of disenfranchised groups and minorities from unfair voting... Learn More
Event: New York Welcomes the Emerging Leaders of Pakistan
Young Pakistani visitors pose in front of a New York City icon: the Brooklyn Bridge. They come from Karachi, Lahore, Peshawar and Quetta. They fly Army jets, found... Learn More
Call for Proposals: NEW technologies and the future of deterrence
Carnegie Corporation of New York is seeking proposals for innovative research projects that examine how new and evolving weapons systems affect nuclear deterrence, and under what circumstances they could lead to nuclear crises. Learn More
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Ambika Kapur and Rose Schapiro: Education on a Global Stage
October 24, 2014– While Carnegie Corporation of New York funds education programs across the United States, we often find ourselves looking globally for examples of how to serve students best. Many...
Report Shows Legalization and Effective Labor Enforcement Would Be Good for the Economy
“Immigration reform, done right, would be good for immigrants, but it would also be good for all Americans,” says David Dyssegaard Kallick. A new report from Carnegie Corporation grantee, the Fiscal... Download | Read more