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Community Partners

for Human Rights Data Analysis Group’s U.S. based projects

Program

CEO Fund

Grant Type

Grant

Grant Amount

$300,000

Year Granted

2023

Code for Science and Society Inc

for the Center on Race and Digital Justice

Program

CEO Fund

Grant Type

Grant

Grant Amount

$400,000

Year Granted

2023

President and Fellows of Harvard College

for the Carr Center for Human Rights

Program

CEO Fund

Grant Type

Grant

Grant Amount

$50,000

Year Granted

2023

Amalgamated Charitable Foundation

for the Democracy Frontlines Fund

Program

CEO Fund

Grant Type

Grant

Grant Amount

$1,030,928

Year Granted

2023

Witness Inc.

for general support

Program

CEO Fund

Grant Type

Grant

Grant Amount

$300,000

Year Granted

2023

Institute for Advanced Study

for the Science, Technology, and Social Values Lab

Program

CEO Fund

Grant Type

Grant

Grant Amount

$500,000

Year Granted

2023

Code for Science and Society Inc

for Algorithmic Justice League

Program

CEO Fund

Grant Type

Grant

Grant Amount

$400,000

Year Granted

2023

Just Futures Law Inc

for the data broker convening that is being facilitated by Just Futures Law and Mijente

Program

CEO Fund

Grant Type

Grant

Grant Amount

$50,000

Year Granted

2023

Code for Science and Society Inc

for Distributed AI Research (DAIR) Institute

Program

CEO Fund

Grant Type

Grant

Grant Amount

$400,000

Year Granted

2023

Markup News Inc.

for general support

Program

CEO Fund

Grant Type

Grant

Grant Amount

$400,000

Year Granted

2023

Center for Media Justice

for general support

Program

CEO Fund

Grant Type

Grant

Grant Amount

$400,000

Year Granted

2023

Fund for the City of New York Inc

for the Surveillance Resistance Lab

Program

CEO Fund

Grant Type

Grant

Grant Amount

$500,000

Year Granted

2023

University of Southern California

for the USC Charlotta Bass Journalism & Justice Lab

Program

CEO Fund

Grant Type

Grant

Grant Amount

$300,000

Year Granted

2023

The list above contains awards approved by the Foundation. These are primarily grants, but also include direct charitable activities (DCAs) and program-related investments (PRIs). DCAs are distributions a foundation makes to conduct its own charitable activities, rather than by or through other organi­zations. PRIs are investments with a charitable purpose for which the Foundation’s primary purpose is not to produce income. Under IRS regulations, the expenses associated with DCAs and PRIs count toward a foundation’s qualifying distributions and are reported on its IRS Form 990-PF.