Through seven global, interconnected programs, Atlantic Fellows collaborate across borders and disciplines to address the root causes of inequity.
The Atlantic Fellows for Equity for Brain Health program is housed at the Global Brain Health Institute. It is dedicated to protecting the world’s aging populations from threats to brain health.
The Atlantic Fellows for Health Equity in South Africa program is about strengthening the capacities of progressive social change leaders to tackle the deep social and economic inequities that characterize South Africa and that impact on the health of its citizens.
The Atlantic Fellows for Health Equity in Southeast Asia program’s goal is to build a thriving and sustainable network of health equity advocates and champions to create a community for health equity in Southeast Asia and China.
The Atlantic Fellows for Health Equity U.S. + Global program develops leaders who have the knowledge, skills, and courage to build more equitable health systems, organizations, and communities.
The Atlantic Fellows for Racial Equity program supports accomplished leaders from diverse backgrounds to uncover and address the root causes of racial inequality and engage in strategic, long-term collaborative efforts for transformative social change.
The Atlantic Fellows for Social and Economic Equity program is building a catalytic, values-led global community of people who are committed to using collective leadership to work towards social and economic justice for all.
The Atlantic Fellows for Social Equity program is an Indigenous-led lifelong, collaborative fellowship program and platform for systemic change. It harnesses timeless Indigenous knowledge, ingenuity, and creativity to bring a unique approach to transformative change.
The Atlantic Fellows are courageous, compassionate, and collaborative thinkers and doers, who collectively seek to bring lasting improvements to their communities and the world.
Although there has been progress, social and economic inequalities exist across the world with the already most endangered groups of people suffering disproportionately.
Through the global and interconnected programs, Atlantic Fellows collaborate to understand and address root causes of pressing problems. These problems include socio-economic and racial inequality; barriers to full participation in democracy; the social determinants of health and access to quality care.