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1936, by Henry Ford and his son Edsel B Ford. Since 1950 moved to a national and international program.
Strengthen democratic values; reduce poverty and injustice; promote international cooperation; advance human achievement.Available with paid subscription only.
Types of support: conferences and seminars; general purposes; matching funds; publications; research program-related investments; seed money; special projects; technical assistance; endowment funds; fellowships; individual grants. Programme areas (3): (1) 'Democracy, Rights and Justice' with 3 sections - Democratic and Accountable Government; Human Rights; Social Justice Philanthropy. (2) 'Economic Opportunity and Assets' with 3 sections - Economic Fairness; Metropolitan Opportunity; Sustainable Development. (3) 'Education, Creativity and Free Expression' with 3 sections - Educational Opportunity and Scholarship; Freedom of Expression; Sexuality and Reproductive Health and Rights. Through 2007, spent over US$ 15,000 million on programs and grants in the US and other countries around the world.
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