Sources of SIPRI funding, 2014
All amounts in Swedish kronor (SEK) unless otherwise stated
|Swedish MFA||24 431 000||Core grant a|
|4 000 000||Security and Development|
|180 000||Dual-use and Arms Trade Control|
|125 000||Disarmament, Arms Control and Non-proliferation|
|Korea Foundation||110 000||SIPRI outreach and events|
|European Commission||EUR 353 330||Disarmament, Arms Control and Non-proliferation b|
|EUR 327 668||Conflict and Peacebuilding in the Caucasus|
|EUR 123 250||European Security|
|EU Joint Research Council||EUR 35 000||Disarmament, Arms Control and Non-proliferation|
|US State Department||USD 49 350||Dual-use and Arms Trade Control|
|European Defence Agency||EUR 40 000||Armaments and Military Expenditure|
|ESRC (UK)||GBP 6 050||Security and Development|
|Sida (Sweden)||2 128 000||Armed Conflict and Conflict Management|
|MacArthur Foundation||USD 315 000||CIT-MAP|
|Norwegian MFA||NOK 70 000||China and Global Security|
|French Defence Ministry||EUR 37 000||Armaments and Military Expenditure|
|Australian National University||AUD 100 000||Disarmament, Arms Control and Non-proliferation|
|World Bank & Aga Khan Foundation||USD 605 551||Security and Development|
|Mistra||1 209 000||Armed Conflict and Conflict Management|
Notes: CIT-MAP = Countering Illicit Trafficking – Mechanism Assessment Projects; ESRC = Economic and Social Research Council; EU = European Union; MFA = Ministry of Foreign Affairs; AUD = Australian dollar; EUR = Euro; GBP = British pound; NOK = Norwegian krone; USD = United States dollar.
Grants listed are those approved to SIPRI in 2014. Some of these grants cover several years and may include subcontractors. This means that the combined total for all external grants will not be identical to SIPRI’s annual turnover for 2014.
a SIPRI receives an annual core grant from the Swedish MFA which covers approximately 50 per cent of the annual budget.
b Funding received by SIPRI as part of the European Union Non-Proliferation Consortium.