Carnegie Council for Ethics in International Affairs, a 501 (c) 3 not-for-profit educational organization, publisher, and broadcaster, relies on contributions from individuals, foundations, and corporations to support its programming and provide operating revenue.
Your gift will help Carnegie Council:
Convene events that foster objective and informed debate in a non-partisan forum about issues confronting policy makers. The Council provides a platform for leading thinkers and decision-makers to explore the role of ethics in a connected world.
Educate global citizens through a virtual library of thousands of video, audio, and text documents of Carnegie Council programs, and publications including our journal Ethics & International Affairs, and our online magazine Policy Innovations.
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Host distinguished speakers at our 40+ Public Affairs events.
Run our annual student/teacher essay competition.
Publish an article in Ethics & International Affairs.
Join the Andrew Carnegie Society.
Support the expansion of our Carnegie Ethics Studio.
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Thank you for your contribution. Every donation helps to make a difference in promoting ethics in international affairs.
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