PIJIP projects promote justice in the making and effect of laws that distribute informational resources. Our central methodology involves the linking of academic research to global public interest policy advocates.


PIJIP Projects are financially supported by grants, gifts and revenue from fee-sponsored activities such as our Summer Sessions courses. Funders include the Hewlett Foundation, Arcadia Foundation, Open Society Foundations and Microsoft, the International Development Research Centre, MacArthur Foundation, Sloan Foundation, Ford Foundation and Google, Inc.