To close out national Arab American Heritage Month and Eid al-Fitr the Rafik Hariri Center for the Middle East hosted an amazing Arab American festival for our colleagues. To celebrate the immeasurable contributions of Arab Americans and Arabic-speaking Americans and pay tribute to their diverse backgrounds and faiths, vibrant traditions, bold innovation, and hard work, we were treated to traditional foods, fun games, a calligrapher, art and much more.
Woman, Life, Freedom: Eight months of ongoing protests in Iran
AN #ACFRONTPAGE EVENT – An in-depth conversation examining the ongoing anti-government protests in Iran following the murder of 22-year-old Mahsa Jina Amini, and the decades-long fight for gender equality and social justice in the country.
Elevating women, fortifying democracy: What can be the road ahead in Brazil?
A discussion on how to incorporate Brazilian women into leadership roles and how to support Brazilian women’s political activity in and beyond politics, with implications for the region and the world.
Meet the Council: Hispanic Heritage Month edition
Atlantic Council staff share their experiences during Hispanic Heritage Month edition as the organization continues to build on its strengths to better reflect a more global and diverse workforce.