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FORD FOUNDATION'
Hebrew University - FORD FOUNDATION SEARCH
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Year 4 - fy 2003 - Minerva Center for Human Rights
The Hebrew University of Jerusalem Core support for research, training, and educational activities of the Minerva Center for Human Rights    $312,000 Peace and Social Justice Human Rights Human Rights 2003 New York USA North America ISRAEL  
Year 2 - fy 2001     The Hebrew University of Jerusalem Core support for the research and training activities of the Minerva Center for Human Rights      $250,000 Peace and Social Justice Human Rights Human Rights 2001 New York USA North America ISRAEL 
Year 1, Planning Year, fy 2000     The Hebrew University of Jerusalem SUPPORT FOR A PROGRM OF RESEARCH AND EDUCATION EXPLORING THE IMPLICATIONS WITHIN ISRAELI SOCIETY OF THE CESSATION OF THE ISRAELI-PALESTINIAN CONFLICT $250,000 Peace and Social Justice Human Rights International Cooperation 2000 New York USA North America ISRAEL
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HEBREW - AS IN REFORM MOVEMENT - PHONY PEACE INITIATIVE
DESIGNED TO PREVENT ORGANIZED PROTEST TO THE NON-INTIFADA
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The Union of American Hebrew Congregations SUPPORT FOR A MULTIYEAR SET OF EDUCATIONAL ACTIVITIES WITHIN THE AMERICAN-JEWISH COMMUNITY TO PROMOTE SUPPORT FOR PEACE AND SOCIAL JUSTICE ISSUES IN ISRAEL 500,000 Peace and Social Justice Human Rights International Cooperation 2000 New York USA North America NEW YORK, NY
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TEL AVIV UNIVERSITY
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Ford searches: Note use of Nablus, not Shechem -
No Separate Peace -  Cairo No Separate Peace Two leading scholars - one Israeli and one Palestinian - map out how their societies can end their standoff. Shai Feldman, director of the Jaffee Center for Strategic Studies at Tel Aviv University, participated in the conference from Tel Aviv. Khalil Shikaki, director of the Center for Palestine Research and Studies in Nablus, was in Jerusalem.
http://www.fordfound.org/elibrary/documents/1980/064.cfm
1980
Tel Aviv University 51
Partnership (Israel) 10,000
Tel Aviv University 35,000
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1999 Ford Foundation Reports Spring/Summer 1999
Willing to Try for Peace Recent polls conducted by two Foundation-supported organizations have found that a majority of Israelis and Palestinians support the peace process started by the Oslo Accords. The other, the Center for Palestine Research and Studies (CPRS) in Nablus, began polling Palestinians in September 1993 just as the accords were signed. Jaffee Center polls have found that while 57 percent of the Israelis surveyed favored Palestinian statehood, an even greater number - 77 ..
Tel Aviv University search:
Tel Aviv University  Tel Aviv University Core support for the law school's Public Interest Law Resource Center 200,000 Peace and Social Justice Human Rights Human Rights 2003 New York USA North America ISRAEL
Tel Aviv University  Tel Aviv University For a Palestinian Studies Program to educate the Israeli public about Palestinian society 300,000 Peace and Social Justice Human Rights International Cooperation 2002 New York USA North America ISRAEL
Cairo No Separate Peace Two leading scholars - one Israeli and one Palestinian - map out how their societies can end their standoff. Shai Feldman, director of the Jaffee Center for Strategic Studies at Tel Aviv University, participated in the conference from Tel Aviv. Khalil Shikaki, director of the Center for Palestine Research and Studies in Nablus, was in Jerusalem.
Willing to Try for Peace
Willing to Try for Peace Recent polls conducted by two Foundation-supported organizations have found that a majority of Israelis and Palestinians support the peace process started by the Oslo Accords. The other, the Center for Palestine Research and Studies (CPRS) in Nablus, began polling Palestinians in September 1993 just as the accords were signed. Jaffee Center polls have found that while 57 percent of the Israelis surveyed favored Palestinian statehood, an even greater number - 77 ..
Tel Aviv University
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http://www.fordfound.org/elibrary/documents/1979/068.cfm
1979
Tel Aviv University 56
Tel Aviv University [$25,000—1978] 25,000
Tel Aviv University
Tel Aviv University For a Palestinian Studies Program to educate the Israeli public about Palestinian society $300,000 Peace and Social Justice Human Rights International Cooperation 2002 New York USA North America ISRAEL
Tel Aviv University
Tel Aviv University Core support for the law school's Public Interest Law Resource Center $200,000 Peace and Social Justice Human Rights Human Rights 2003 New York USA North America ISRAEL
http://www.fordfound.org/elibrary/documents/1980/064.cfm
1980
Tel Aviv University 51
Partnership (Israel) 10,000
Tel Aviv University 35,000
Van Leer Jerusalem Foundation 15,000
Israel Foundations Trustees [$300,000—1978] 160,000
Training, research, and conferences on the Middle East
American Universities Field Staff 1,500 1,500
California, University of (Los Angeles) [$188,750—1977] 164,250
Chicago, University of [$360,000—1974] (26,033)
Foundation-managed projects: consultants and training in agricultural economics, education, the environment, language, population, management, social science [$229,000—1979] (10,610) 162,354
Middle East Studies Association of North America [$42,000—1978] 12,000
Princeton University 2,750 2,750
6,566,164 6,447,413
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http://www.fordfound.org/elibrary/documents/1981/064.cfm
1981
Interns for Peace (Israel) [$25,000 — 1980] 5,000
Israel Foundations Trustees [$120,000 — 1980] 36,000
Weizmann Institute of Science (Israel) [$250,000 — 1979
Alan Guttmacher Institute 1,041,823 350,373
Catholics for a Free Choice 19,560
Israel Foundations Trustees 300,000 60,000
Tel Aviv University [$35,000 — 1980] 35,000
Van Leer Jerusalem Foundation [$15,000 — 1980]
1991 Tel Aviv Universityhttp://www.fordfound.org/elibrary/documents/1991/144.cfm
Stimson (Henry L.) Center (Washington, D.C.) 170,000
Stockholm International Peace Research Institute (Sweden) 10,000
Swedish Institute of International Affairs 10,000
Tel Aviv University (Israel) 10,000
Tel Aviv University, 122
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Tel Aviv University (Israel) $200,000    For activities of the Public Interest Law Research Center.
TEL AVIV UNIVERSITY AND ON
GREAT KLINTON TRIVIA -
Clinton and Tel Aviv University
Last updated at: (Beijing Time) Monday, January 21, 2002

Clinton to Receive Honorary Doctorate from Tel Aviv University

Former U.S. President Bill Clinton is to arrive in Israel on Sunday for a lightning visit to receive an honorary doctorate from Tel Aviv University.
This is the his first visit to the Jewish State since leaving the White House a year ago.
During his eight years in the office, Clinton visited Israel four times, more than any other American president, and was considered as a big friend of Israel.
Tel Aviv University President Itamar Rabinovich, a former Israeli ambassador to the U.S., praised on Saturday the Clinton administration for its wide support for Israel, saying "because of the treatment and upon the basis of his contribution to peace in the Middle East, the university will grant him an honorary doctorate."
Clinton is expected to visit the tomb of late Israeli Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin in Jerusalem and meet with Prime Minister Ariel Sharon and President Moshe Katsav. He will also speak on globalization at an event sponsored by an information company.
Prior to his visit to Israel, Clinton visited
Egypt on Friday, during which he appealed to Egyptians to embrace a world free of terrorism and help build a peaceful Middle East with an open mind. He will leave Israel Monday evening.
-----------------People's Daily Online --- http://english.peopledaily.comcn
HILLARY CLINTON - SPEAKING AT THE CFR - Council on Foreign Relations
Members of the Council on Foreign Relations and the Trilateral Commission dominate key positions in America's
government, military, industries, media outlets and educational foundations and institutions.    
The following is a partial list of current CFR members and the positions of influence they hold in society. The CFR's membership is limited to 3,000...
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 MORE GENERAL PHONY PEACE PROGRAMS, AND MISC. UNIVERSITY RELATED:
Organizations in the areas of research, advocacy and training 225000 Peace and Social Justice Governance and Civil Society Civil Society 2003 Cairo Egypt Africa ENGLAND (U.K.)
 
 
Stichting Centre on Housing Rights and Evictions (Switzerland) $150,000 For research, training, legal advocacy and monitoring with respect to evictions and housing rights.
Tides Center (San Francisco, CA) $4,000,000    To assist with the start-up of the International Center for Transitional Justice.
FF Grants
 
Friends of the Institute for Palestine Studies    Friends of the Institute for Palestine Studies To revitalize the Journal of Palestine Studies in order to provide American readers with a better understanding of regional realities 135,000 Peace and Social Justice Governance and Civil Society Civil Society 2003 Cairo Egypt Africa WASHINGTON, DC
 
The American University in Cairo  The American University in Cairo Endowment support for the Social Research Center to ensure its long-term sustainability and for an endowed professorship 1000000 Knowledge, Creativity and Freedom Education, Sexuality, Religion Higher Education and Scholarship 2002 Cairo Egypt Africa EGYPT
The President and Fellows of Wolfson College in the University of Oxford  The President and Fellows of Wolfson College in the University of Oxford Endowment support for the Isaiah Berlin Academic Fund and to fundeditorial work on Isaiah Berlin's papers. 200000 Knowledge, Creativity and Freedom Education, Sexuality, Religion Higher Education and Scholarship 2001 New York USA North America ENGLAND (U.K.) Ford Foundation funding for book: 
Haggith GOR ZIV
Haggith GOR ZIV Conduct research in the U.S. and write a book in Hebrew on the philosophy of critical pedagogy and its practical application in peace education in Israel. 43000 Peace and Social Justice Human Rights Human Rights 2003 New York USA North America ISRAEL
Ford Foundation Annual Report 1999
1999  169
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1999 For women's and gender studies program in Israeli universities, six grants of $50,000:
Bar-Ilan University in Israel
Ben-Gurion University of the Negev
Haifa, University of
Hebrew University of Jerusalem
Israel Association for Feminist and Gender Studies
Tel Aviv University
Schechter Institute of Jewish Studies, 127
FORD FOUNDATION - MORE USING JUDAISM AGAINST ISRAEL:
Israel Movement for Progressive Judaism For activities of the Israel Religious Action Center to advance religious freedom and pluralism in Israel 150000 Peace and Social Justice Human Rights Human Rights 2001 New York USA North America ISRAEL
 
 
 
Israel Movement for Progressive Judaism Core support for the litigation and advocacy programs of the Israel Religious Action Center to advance religious freedom and pluralism in Israel 100000 Peace and Social Justice Human Rights Human Rights 2003 New York USA North America ISRAEL
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To attack with Jewish Law and make us fight amongst ourselves:
The Schechter Institute of Jewish Studies General support for the Center for Women in Jewish Lawh Law in Jerusalem 175000 Knowledge, Creativity and Freedom Education, Sexuality, Religion Religion, Society and Culture 2001 New York USA North America ISRAEL
American Jewish World Service, Inc. For the International Jewish Travel Corps, an internship program combining community service, study and leadership development $250,000 Asset Building and Community Development Community and Resource Development Community Development 2001 New York USA North America NEW YORK, NY
American Jewish World Service, Inc. For the International Jewish Travel Corps, an internship program combining community service, study and leadership development $100,000 Asset Building and Community Development Community and Resource Development Community Development 2000 New York USA North America NEW YORK, NY
Ford is working very hard to grab the Polish Jews, make them not observe Judaism, and to otherwise interfere with internal and external Jewish relations. Ford is very big on redefining religion into mere culture:
Jewish Culture Festival Society For the 11th Annual Jewish Culture Festival in Krakow, Poland, topromote Polish-Jewish relations 50,000 Peace and Social Justice Governance and Civil Society Civil Society 2001 New York USA North America POLAND
Jewish Culture Festival Society Tie-off support for the 13th and 14th Annual Jewish Culture Festivals in Krakow to promote cross-cultural awareness and cooperation 100,000 Peace and Social Justice Governance and Civil Society Civil Society 2003 New York USA North America POLAND
Judaica Foundation For its Center for Jewish Culture to establish a fundraising and development office and create a website 40,000 Peace and Social Justice Governance and Civil Society Civil Society 2001 New York USA North America POLAND
ZNAK Christian Culture Foundation To develop a Web-based forum on Polish-Jewish relations 40,000 Peace and Social Justice Governance and Civil Society Civil Society 2001 New York USA North America POLAND
Academy for the Development of Philanthropy in Poland For the "Dialogue for the Future" program to further understandingof Polish-Jewish relations 220,000 Peace and Social Justice Governance and Civil Society Civil Society 2001 New York USA North America POLAND
And in this country, Jewish Fund for Justice:
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Jewish Fund for Justice, Inc. For the Funder's Collaborative on Youth Organizing to promote andprovide resources for youth organizing efforts to achieve social change across the country $200,000 Asset Building and Community Development Community and Resource Development Community Development 2003 New York USA North America NEW YORK, NY
Jewish Fund for Justice, Inc. For the Funders' Collaborative on Youth Organizing for regrantingto youth organizing groups and to strengthen philanthropic supportfor youth organizing as a youth development activity. 400,000 Asset Building and Community Development Human Development and Reproductive Health Children, Youth and Families 2001 New York USA North America NEW YORK, NY
Jewish Fund for Justice, Inc. PARTIAL SUPPORT FOR THE FUNDERS' COLLABORATIVE ON YOUTH ORGANIZING $60,000 Asset Building and Community Development Human Development and Reproductive Health Children, Youth and Families 2000 New York USA North America NEW YORK, NY =============================================
MORE PHONY ANTI-ISRAEL "PEACE" CENTERS
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CARTER PHONY PEACE CENTER   -   Carter Center - Ford funding
The Carter Center, Inc.
2004    $30,300   
The Carter Center, Inc. For a series of publications and a seminar on rural governance inChina 30300 Peace and Social Justice Governance and Civil Society Governance 2004 Beijing China Asia ATLANTA, GA
2003   $600,000    The Carter Center, Inc. Core support for the Conflict Resolution Program 600000 Peace and Social Justice Governance and Civil Society Governance 2003 New York USA North America ATLANTA, GA
2002    $ 98,300     The Carter Center, Inc. To publish a series of books on Rural Governance and Election Observation in China 23300 Peace and Social Justice Governance and Civil Society Governance 2002 Beijing China Asia ATLANTA, GA
The Carter Center, Inc. For President Carter's fact finding trip to Cuba 75000 Peace and Social Justice Human Rights International Cooperation 2002 New York USA North America ATLANTA, GA
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Carnegie Endowment for International Peace  Carnegie Endowment for International Peace Core support for the Global Policy Program, which examines critical issues in world affairs, including research, analysis, policy development and network building 550000 Peace and Social Justice Human Rights International Cooperation 2002 New York USA North America WASHINGTON, DC
Carnegie Endowment for International Peace  Carnegie Endowment for International Peace General support for the Global Policy Program 350000 Peace and Social Justice Human Rights International Cooperation 2001 New York USA North America WASHINGTON, DC
Carnegie Endowment for International Peace  Carnegie Endowment for International Peace SUPPORT FOR PLANNING A NATION-WIDE RESEARCH PROJECT ON SOCIAL POLICY ISSUES IN RUSSIAN REGIONS 30000 Knowledge, Creativity and Freedom Education, Sexuality, Religion Higher Education and Scholarship 2000 Moscow Russia Russia WASHINGTON, DC
Carnegie Endowment for International Peace  Carnegie Endowment for International Peace SUPPORT FOR CONDUCTING A NATION-WIDE RESEARCH PROJECT ON THE FORMATION AND DEVELOPMENT OF THE MIDDLE CLASS IN RUSSIAN REGIONS 200000 Knowledge, Creativity and Freedom Education, Sexuality, Religion Higher Education and Scholarship 2000 Moscow Russia Russia WASHINGTON, DC
Carnegie Endowment for International Peace  Carnegie Endowment for International Peace SUPPORT FOR CONDUCTING A NATION-WIDE RESEARCH PROJECT ON THE FORMATION AND DEVELOPMENT OF THE MIDDLE CLASS IN RUSSIAN REGIONS 200000 Knowledge, Creativity and Freedom Education, Sexuality, Religion Higher Education and Scholarship 2000 Moscow Russia Russia WASHINGTON, DC
Ford Foundation Annual Report 1997    1997 P. 170     
Arab Association for Human Rights (Israel) $100,000      For activities to promote equality for Israeli Arabs.
B'tselem-Israeli Information Center for Human Rights in the Occupied Territories $220,000
For research, publications, and outreach on human rights in the West Bank and Gaza Strip.
Human Rights Watch (New York) $1,000,000    To promote respect for human rights around the world and to develop a larger human rights constituency in the United States.
International Justice Mission (Alexandria, Va.) $100,000   To help North American evangelical churches respond to human rights abuses reported by overseas Christian ministries.
Israel Movement for Progressive Judaism $160,000      To assist activities by the Israel Religious Action Center to advance religious freedom and pluralism in Israel.
Israel Women's Network $150,000         To establish a women's resource and policy research center to advance the status of Israeli women and promote gender equality.
New Israel Fund (Washington, D.C.)   $1,500,000   To promote human rights and social justice in Israel.
Physicians for Human Rights (Boston)  $65,000     International Centre for the Legal Protection of Human Rights (England) $600,000 To advance respect for human rights through international and comparative human rights law.
International Commission of Jurists (Switzerland) $621,000 To support an international association of jurists to promote worldwide observance of human rights through the law.
Ir Shalem (Israel) PEACE NOW!! $150,000  For litigation, policy analysis, and educational activities that promote equitable municipal policies for Palestinian residents of Jerusalem.
Lawyers Committee for Human Rights (New York) $150,000 For a project to promote the use of international human rights law in the United States.
United Nations Association of the United States of America (New York) $2,500,000  To support its endowment and cash reserve, as well as its educational activities.
American Civil Liberties Union Foundation (New York) $650,000 For efforts to advance civil rights and women's rights.
ACRI - Association for Civil Rights in Israel $100,000 For fund raising and to develop a long term plan to advance civil rights.
Human Rights Watch (New York) $275,000 For activities related to women's human rights
Jerusalem Link (Israel) $140,000  To promote discussions between Israelis and Palestinians regarding coexistence in the city.
NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund (New York) $800,000 For efforts to advance civil rights.
NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund (New York) $120,000 To increase the availability of applied social science research and policy analysis to civil rights advocates.
NOUR—Arab Women's Association, 107
Oxfam-America, 88, 90  Oxfam-America (Boston) $500,000 To advance international advocacy training.
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