London-based organization seeking to create an international vision for a better world where every citizen can prosper, contribute and flourish. Seeks to develop a positive and hope-filled vision in response to life’s most fundamental social, economic, philosophical and cultural questions. We will provide an alternative to big government and the inevitability of decline by seeking answers which draw on humanity’s highest virtues and extraordinary capacity for innovation and ingenuity.
Non-profit government oversight and research organization using investigative tools to educate the public on issues related to personnel, policy, and spending. AAF deploys aggressive research and investigations to advance conservative messaging, rapid response, and Congressional investigations; while heavily scrutinizing politicians and establishment organizations, policies, and projects.
Organization founded by former U.S. House of Representatives Speaker Paul Ryan to improve connections between local front line organizations to improve communities, academics, and researchers, and local policymakers.
Seeks to advance the concept and practice of problem-oriented policing in open and democratic societies by facilitating availability of information on how police can effectively and equitably address specific crime and disorder problems.
Established in 1984 to examine how foundations, charities, and other nonprofits spend money and get involved in politics and advocacy, often in ways that donors never intended and would find abhorrent. Today, we study unions, environmentalist groups, and a wide variety of nonprofit and activist organizations. We also keep an eye on crony capitalists who seek to profit by taking advantage of government regulations and by getting their hands on taxpayers’ money.
Named for former Indiana Senator Richard Lugar, this organization focuses on providing global solutions to problems such as combating weapons of mass destruction, effective governance, food and energy security, and increasing bipartisanship in U.S. public policy.
Nonprofit group organized in 2015 and dedicated to educating Americans on the importance of accurately accounting for unsolved homicides within the United States. We seek to obtain information from federal, state and local governments about unsolved homicides and to publish this information. The Project’s Board of Directors is composed of retired law enforcement investigators, investigative journalists, criminologists and other experts on various aspects of homicide.
Launched in July 2020 by the Council on Criminal Justice, this organization seeks to assess the pandemic's impact on the justice system, develop strategies to limit outbreaks, and produce recommendations for balancing public health and safety.