Instituto 25A

Guatemala
Guatemala

Instituto 25A (I25A) works to democratize the Guatemalan political system and support fair living conditions for all people. Formed in response to the 2015 anti-corruption movement in Guatemala, I25A strengthens civic engagement and participation through research, hands-on learning opportunities, support for citizen-led initiatives, and innovative storytelling.

I25A is also an organizing member of El Cibaque, an annual conference that brings together members of various youth-led advocacy organizations. The event promotes emerging political thought and guides members’ efforts to transform their communities and political systems.

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Grants

$100,000
for
12 months
Awarded
For general support
Democratic Culture and Civic Participation
$25,000
for
12 months
Awarded
For its work on the rule of law and the role of the judiciary in Guatemala
Other
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Our online database includes grants made by the Rockefeller Brothers Fund over the past five years.