Congressional fellowships

Venezuela Congressional Fellowship

The Venezuela Congressional Fellowship program aims to establish a non-partisan conversation among US Congressional staff on Venezuela’s multi-dimensional crisis. The program seeks to foster long-term engagement on Venezuelan issues and encourage relevant stakeholders to evaluate the impact of US foreign policy and of the international community toward Venezuela.

Rio Bravo Congressional Fellowship

The Rio Bravo Congressional Fellowship is a non-partisan fellowship program that connects US Congressional staffers, Mexican legislators, and leading experts from the Atlantic Council and the US-Mexico Foundation on the bilateral relationship.

Eurasia Congressional Fellowship

The Atlantic Council’s Eurasia Congressional Fellowship Program aims to educate Congressional staff on current events in the Eurasia region and engage staff with the Council’s latest research. The program connects Congressional fellows with our larger community, which includes leading experts on Ukraine, Russia, Central Asia, and the South Caucasus.

Congressional testimony

Atlantic Council experts are frequently called upon to provide their testimony and insight before Senate and House committees on pressing issues facing the US and the world.

Thu, Jul 9, 2020

Ian Brzezinski testifies to House Committee on Foreign Affairs on Russian bounties on US troops

Russian Bounties on US Troops: Why Hasn’t the Administration Responded?

Testimony

Russia Security & Defense

Wed, Jul 8, 2020

Ambassador Fried testifies to House Committee on Foreign Affairs on exposing and demanding accountability for Kremlin crimes abroad

Exposing and demanding accountability for Kremlin crimes abroad

Testimony

Economic Sanctions Energy & Environment

Wed, Mar 4, 2020

United States Commission on International Religious Freedom Hearing: Citizenship Laws and Religious Freedom

On March 4th, 2020, the United States Commission on International Religious Freedom (USCIRF) held a hearing to discuss how citizenship laws can be used to deny religious minorities rights guaranteed by their citizenship, making them disproportionately vulnerable to exploitation and mass atrocities.

Event Recap by Atlantic Council

Human Rights India

Congressional events

The Atlantic Council regularly invites Members of Congress and key staff to participate in its public discourse, which provides a unique, bipartisan platform to engage in pressing foreign policy discussions.

For more information

If you are a Member of Congress or Hill staffer and are interested in our resources, please contact Vicente Garcia at [email protected] or 202-778-4980 for more information.