Home    Multimedia    Press    Resources    Events    Contact Us    Who We Are   
The 'G groupings' of traditional and rising powers are key catalysts for fostering global leadership and real action.
We want to live in a world at peace where the causes of conflict are addressed and disputes are resolved without recourse to violence.
—Stanley Foundation Core Values
All people have inherent value and deserve to be treated with respect.
—Stanley Foundation Core Values
We will maintain involvement with global institutions and promote collaborative ­approaches and multilateral solutions to issues.
—Stanley Foundation Core Values



The Earth Awareness Portable Classroom Earth Awareness Portable Classroom
From inside the classroom, the earth can be seen in its entirety for the first time. Continents are viewed in their true relationship to one another, not distorted as flat maps portray.
the latest

Our bimonthly newsletter highlights new resources for knowing more about preventing nuclear terrorism as well as stopping mass atrocities before they start. We also take a look at how the shifting clout between emerging and established powers poses one of the most complex challenges of our time.

In the latest, you’ll also find many extras—from upcoming events to multimedia resources. Sign up now

 
Courier

In the newest issue of Courier, we share an amazing (and secret) diplomatic effort to secure dangerous nuclear material in Kazakhstan. Two ambassadors discuss how to make our world safer from nuclear terrorism. You can also discover more than you ever wanted to know about climate change negotiations and about the tension within the United Nations that makes it difficult to be efficient. Our final piece looks at the potential for mass atrocities in the Dominican Republic.

The full Spring 2014 issue PDF (2.0 MB) Subscribe for FREE

 
Now Showing

This Now Showing event-in-a-box toolkit Before the Killing Begins: The Politics of Mass Violence considers how early preventive strategies by governments and the international community should build much-needed capacities within countries, and make it harder for leaders to resort to violence. It aims to encourage discussion of how future efforts might better protect populations under threat, giving new resolve to the promise of never again. Sign Up.

 
New Video

Ahead of the third Nuclear Security Summit, the Stanley Foundation produced a 13-minute video looking at what needs to be done to stop terrorist groups from acquiring enough fissile material to make a bomb. The foundation talked with over a dozen diverse and distinguished experts from the Nuclear Security Governance Experts Group and the Fissile Materials Working Group to see how today's patchwork of voluntary arrangements can be forged into a long-lasting system. Watch the video.

The Stanley Foundation ·  209 Iowa Avenue ·  Muscatine, Iowa 52761
563-264-1500 ·  563-264-0864 fax ·  info@stanleyfoundation.org

Privacy Policy & Terms of Use ·  ©2014 by The Stanley Foundation
Facebook