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|Open Philanthropy Project grant review||http://www.openphilanthropy.org/focus/us-policy/criminal-justice-reform/ayni-institute-movement-ecology-training|
|Open Philanthropy Project (filter this donee)||400,000.00||400,000.00|
|Donor||Amount (current USD)||Donation date||Cause area||URL||Influencer||Notes|
|Open Philanthropy Project||250,000.00||Criminal justice reform||https://www.openphilanthropy.org/focus/us-policy/criminal-justice-reform/ayni-institute-movement-ecology-and-metrics||Chloe Cockburn||Grant was to support work on research, communication, and training on movement ecology and movement metrics. These metrics would be used to assess the capacity of groups to successfully mobilize the public on a large scale around issues such as mass incarceration, specifically 1) the capacity of movements to create or capitalize on trigger events to shift public opinion, 2) their capacity to absorb increased partition in high-profile moments. Discretionary grant decided by program officer Chloe Cockburn. Affected countries: United States; announced: 2017-02-02.|
|Open Philanthropy Project||40,000.00||Criminal justice reform/movement growth||https://www.openphilanthropy.org/focus/us-policy/criminal-justice-reform/ayni-institute-momentum-training||Chloe Cockburn||Grant to support momentum trainings. This was the second grant to the Ayni Institute; the first grant had supported initial work on developing and running a training on movement ecology. Discretionary grant decided by program office Chloe Cockburn. Affected countries: United States; announced: 2016-08-01.|
|Open Philanthropy Project||110,000.00||Criminal justice reform/movement growth||https://www.openphilanthropy.org/focus/us-policy/criminal-justice-reform/ayni-institute-movement-ecology-training||Chloe Cockburn||Grant was made via Centre Presente, on the recommendation of program officer Chloe Cockburn. It was intended to sponsor the development and running of a training on the topic of movement ecology. Affected countries: United States; announced: 2016-04-19.|