The level and scale of diversity and inclusion in the Atlantic Fellows community is unprecedented in any fellowship program in the world. Here are a few examples of the commitment and passion that drive our Fellows’ work.
Awareness and prevention make a world of difference.
Law can be a powerful tool for advancing equity across a number of domains.
90% of caregivers of persons with dementia suffer from the burden, including higher levels of loneliness and social isolation.
It is key to advancing social change and creating equitable societies.
Together, these leaders catalyze meaningful change around the world.
COVID-19 has accelerated the need for urgent action on mental health care.
We develop and continuously improve ways for our Fellows to meaningfully connect across the community.
For four days in July 2019, 130 recently graduated Fellows from all seven programs gathered at the inaugural Global Convening at Rhodes House, Oxford. Facilitated by the Atlantic Institute, Fellows connected with one another, listened to speakers, and enjoyed the cultural mix of music, dance and poetry provided by this diverse community. It was also a chance to recognize work that is emblematic of the vision and values of the global Atlantic community.
Our Fellows develop and share innovative approaches to cultivate a community of belonging, connection, collaboration and action.
The Atlantic Institute (in partnership with the Saïd Business School, University of Oxford) held a workshop on leadership narrative and social change. The workshop involved 15 Atlantic Fellows from all seven Atlantic Fellows programs, who each brought diverse and powerful personal narratives and perspectives on social change leadership.
Secretary General of Amnesty International, Kumi Naidoo, gave a keynote address on the third day of the Atlantic Institute's Global Convening of Fellows 2019.
Cindy Weinstein - Atlantic Fellow for Equity in Brain Health
Alicia Garza - Atlantic Fellow for Racial Equity
Marcus Akuhata-Brown, Atlantic Fellow for Social Equity