In an increasingly crowded, chaotic, and contested world and marketplace of ideas, the Carnegie Endowment offers decisionmakers global, independent, and strategic insight and innovative ideas that advance international peace.
The Carnegie Endowment for International Peace is a private, nonprofit organization dedicated to advancing cooperation between nations and promoting active international engagement by the United States. Founded in 1910, its work is nonpartisan and dedicated to achieving practical results. As it celebrates its Centennial, the Carnegie Endowment is pioneering the first global think tank, with flourishing offices now in Washington, Moscow, Beijing, Beirut, Brussels, and New Delhi. These six locations include the centers of world governance and the places whose political evolution and international policies will most determine the near-term possibilities for international peace and economic advance.
We are more than 150 thinkers and doers from diverse disciplines and perspectives spread across more than twenty countries and six global centers working together as one network to advance international peace.
As the United States continues to address the challenges of inequity, systemic racism, and polarization, we need urgently to take tangible action to build a more just society. As an institution, Carnegie has an important role to play in overcoming the stubborn problems of injustice and inequality—across our society, country, and world—that eat away at human dignity.
A critical part of our mission—in the United States and abroad—is to understand and reverse the corrosive patterns of civil conflict, political violence, and exclusion. We must elevate a diverse array of voices that offer new perspectives and solutions and mentor the next generation of foreign policy scholars and practitioners. And, we must ensure that our own organization reflects the rich diversity of the countries in which we work, tackling in particular the inexcusable underrepresentation of women and minority voices in our field in the United States.
What follows is Carnegie’s plan of action for improving diversity, equity, and inclusion across our institution—and holding ourselves to account. We are grateful to everyone at Carnegie who has offered ideas, energy, and honesty to advance this effort, which will remain a very high priority for all of us in the months and years ahead. We are committed to this crucial cause.
The Carnegie Endowment is a community of more than 300 people across twenty countries and six global centers who offer policymakers independent insights that advance international peace.
Do you have an international outlook? Are you interested in advancing ideas that help decisionmakers navigate a crowded, chaotic, and contested world? If so, review the opportunities below to become part of our global network. Offering competitive pay and generous benefits, the Carnegie Endowment ensures staff can grow professionally, expand their opportunities, and pursue their interests in a vibrant, diverse, and inclusive global community.