This foundation, established in 2007 by Dr. Miriam and Sheldon G. Adelson, supports charitable organizations located primarily in Israel and the United States. Among its funding priorities are Holocaust and anti-Semitism awareness, and it is a supporter of Birthright Israel and Yad Vashem.
A registered not-for-profit organization dedicated to furthering Jewish life. Its founder and president is Rabbi Raphael B. Butler.
Established in 1906, AJC is an international think tank and advocacy organization that attempts to identify trends and problems early - and take action.
The ALMA was created to locate, collect, preserve, and present the culture, history, art, and contributions of the Armenian people during the past 3,000 years. The Library holds a vast collection of titles including rare books, and historical and literary publications.
In June 2000, this organization began a mid-day meal program for five schools in Bangalore, India. Today, it provides daily meals for 1.3 million children, creating an incentive for them to continue their education.
One of the goals of this organization is to build an enduring capacity to protect human rights, with a focus in Northern Ireland and South Africa. Its Reconciliation & Human Rights Programme supports work that mobilizes communities and develops effective leadership within them, and strengthens the culture of rights and the capacity of people at the margins to secure them.
This organization's mission is to mission is to project the Armenian voice on the world stage through the dramatic arts of theatre and film. The Oral Historis section of the website offers taped interviews with Armenian genocide survivors.
From its offices in New York City and Poland, this organization offers programming to prevent genocide, and fosters leadership through government, the military, and academia.
The largest broadcasting organization in the world maintains this webpage to offer both history and current information pertaining to the Israel Palestine conflict.
Guided by the belief that every life has equal value, the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation works to help all people lead healthy, productive lives. In developing countries, it focuses on improving people's health and giving them the chance to lift themselves out of hunger and extreme poverty. In the United States, it seeks to ensure that all people - especially those with the fewest resources - have access to the opportunities they need to succeed in school and life.
An organization providing the gift of first time, peer group, educational trips to Israel for Jewish young adults ages 18 to 26.
Funded by Bridgeway Capital Management, Inc., a Houston-based investment firm that commits one-half of its profits to charity, this foundation's core issues are eliminating genocide, peacemaking and reconciliation, and human rights.
In January 2011, this new hospital opened its doors in northern Rwanda. The flagship 150-bed facility was built as part of the ongoing collaboration between Partners In Health and the government of Rwanda. With electronic access to educational resources and expert consultation, the hospital aims to be a leader in using information technology to aid patient care.
This foundation changes lives by providing families with demonstrated financial need an opportunity to give their sons and daughters a quality education, focused on Christian values and character formation at Catholic Schools located throughout the Archdiocese of Boston, regardless of race, religion, ethnicity or gender.
This privately held investment banking firm focuses on micro, small, and mid-cap markets. It is led by CEO Kerry Propper, who produced the documentary, Watchers of the Sky, about Ralph Lemkin, the lawyer who coined the word "genocide."
A media-monitoring, research, and membership organization reportedly devoted to promoting accurate and balanced coverage of Israel and the Middle East.
Established by Joyce and Bill Cummings in 1986, this private operating foundation based in Woburn, Massachusetts was originally organized expressly to "give back" to the communities in which Cummings Properties does business, and from which most of its employees came. It continues to provide ongoing support to hundreds of local causes.
Founded by Bill Cummings, this full-service real estate development, property management, and construction firm, leases and manages 10 million square feet of prime commercial space in 11 Greater Boston communities.
Founded in 1978, this institution is the only veterinary school in the six-state New England region. The school's pioneering academic programs, high-quality clinical care services, and original research have brought Tufts University national and worldwide acclaim.
Based in Manchester, NH, FIRST's mission is to inspire young people to be science and technology leaders by engaging them in exciting mentor-based programs that build science, engineering, and technology skills; inspire innovation; and foster well-rounded life capabilities including self-confidence, communication, and leadership.
This human rights legal organization develops innovative strategies to enforce international law.
With a vision of helping to create a world free of poverty, this organization provides affordable micro-loans to financially empower individuals who live below the U.S. poverty line and want to start or grow a small business. It relies on the Grameen lending model developed over 30 years by Grameen Bank in Bangladesh, India.
The largest Jewish campus organization in the world, Hillel provides opportunities for Jewish students at more than 500 colleges and universities to explore and celebrate their Jewish identity through its global network of regional centers, campus Foundations, and Hillel student organizations.
This initiative is committed to the long-term preservation of fragile and vulnerable records of human rights struggles worldwide, the promotion and secure usage of human rights archival materials, and the advancement of human rights research and advocacy around the world.
Founded by Pam Omidyar, this philanthropic organization is committed to building peace and advancing human freedom. It leads, supports, and collaborates with a broad network of efforts, ideas, and organizations that share its vision of a world free of conflict and injustice.
This organization was founded in 1983 by Rabbi Yechiel Eckstein to promote understanding between Jews and Christians, and build broad support for Israel and other shared concerns.
A history of the conflict from a website that reportedly promotes critical thinking, education, and informed citizenship by presenting research on controversial issues in a straightforward, nonpartisan, and primarily pro-con format.
This organization represents 157 Jewish Federations and more than 300 independent Jewish communities. The Federation movement protects and enhances the well-being of Jews worldwide through the values of tikkun olam (repairing the world), tzedakah (charity and social justice), and Torah (Jewish learning).
This website offers a wealth of information pertaining to Jewish history and people, including the Holocaust, travel, Israel, politics, religion, and more.
Established by Carolyn and Peter Lynch in 1987, the Lynch Foundation provides assistance to programs primarily in Massachusetts with an emphasis on education; culture and historic preservation; healthcare and medical research; and religious and educational efforts of the Roman Catholic Church.
Visitors to this museum become witnesses to history and explore the dynamics of bigotry and discrimination that are still embedded in society today.
Founded by Kjell Magne Bondevik, former prime minister of Norway, this organization addresses human rights, democracy, and inter-religious and intercultural dialogue. The Center works to promote responsible leadership, in order to prevent conflicts and strengthen democratic practice in fragile democracies.
Founded by Dr. Paul Farmer and Thomas J. White, and headquartered in Boston, Massachusetts, PIH focuses on delivering quality health care in poor communities. It currently works with partner organizations and national ministries of health to operate projects in twelve countries: Haiti, Lesotho, Malawi, Peru, Russia, Rwanda, the United States, the Dominican Republic, Kazakhstan, Mexico, Guatemala, and Burundi.
This project is committed to furthering the economic development of Rwanda through initiatives based on the bicycle as a tool and symbol of hope. Its goal is use the bike to help boost the Rwandan economy, as well as re-brand Rwanda as a beautiful and safe place to do business and visit freely.
When disaster strikes around the world, Save the Children is there to save lives with food, medical care, and education, and then remains to help communities rebuild through long-term recovery programs.
This University of Southern California institute, led by Executive Director Stephen Smith, maintains a visual history archive of testimonies by Holocaust survivors.
This organization is a vehicle for developing pairs of leaders from opposite sides of a conflict to take joint ownership in transforming the conflict.
This organization offers "gap year" programs designed for students to explore international development through global service learning and academic study.
This campus organization promotes Jewish life at Tufts and beyond, and will house and implement the model program for IWJ.
Established in 1852, this private research university emphasizes public service in all of its disciplines. It is well known for internationalism and its study abroad programs. IWJ is developing its model program on the Tufts campus.
This foundation works with the United Nations to foster a more peaceful, prosperous and just world.
This living memorial to the Holocaust inspires citizens and leaders worldwide to confront hatred, promote human dignity, and prevent genocide.
This bi-weekly bulletin for independent-minded readers is published by Hamilton Fish who produced Hotel Terminus, a documentary about Klaus Barbie, the Gestapo chief of Lyon, and his life after World War II.