Over the last two years, the Project on Middle East Democracy (POMED) has blossomed from a promising idea into a vibrant young organization. We have grown swiftly — holding 12 panel discussions and six Middle East conferences in 2007-08, conducting monthly briefings for Congressional staff, publishing the POMED Blog, the Weekly Wire, and four major reports, and launching a series of research resources for policymakers. We have started to organize an influential constituency for democracy, and now we are seeking your help in bringing its voice to bear on American policy towards the Middle East.
We are seeking funding to continue and expand our dialogue, research, and advocacy activities. Your generous sponsorship at this crucial stage will allow the Project on Middle East Democracy to conduct a range of activities examining how the U.S. can play a more positive role in political reform in the region. With your support, POMED will be able to fill a unique role in Washington by consistently and credibly calling for the U.S. government to support genuine democratic reform in Middle East.
The Project on Middle East Democracy is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization incorporated in the District of Columbia. Donations to POMED are tax deductible to the full extent of the law.
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