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Meet the Council is an event series hosted by the Atlantic Council’s Office of Human Resources and the Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Council to promote the work and opportunities of our organization. These events take place during Women’s History Month and Black History Month, for example, to engage historically marginalized groups as the Atlantic Council looks to grow its workforce to better reflect our diversifying nation. Panelists will share their personal experiences, career paths, and answer questions from registered attendees.
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Welcome and introduction
Executive Vice President
A conversation with
Director of Global Human Resources and Talent Development
Assistant Director of Digital Engagement
Eurasia Center, Atlantic Council
Global Energy Center, Atlantic Council
Director, Events and Special Initiatives
New Atlanticist Jun 30, 2020
LGBTI leaders speak out on COVID, US-Europe relations, and the fight for equality
By Larry Luxner
As the world marks Pride Month, three prominent out LGBTI European leaders discussed their countries’ fight against coronavirus, ongoing disagreements between Europe and the United States, and the continuing fight for LGBTI equality.
UkraineAlert Nov 9, 2020
LGBTQ rights in Ukraine and the false dawn of Zelenskyy
By Bogdan Globa
Today’s Ukraine finds itself in an increasingly homophobic neighborhood with a president whose approach to LGBTQ issues has so far failed to match his liberal rhetoric on the subject.
New Atlanticist Jun 2, 2020
Costa Rica legalized same-sex marriage. Where does the rest of Latin America stand on marriage equality?
By Isabel Kennon
As Costa Rica becomes the first in Central America to take this step toward equality, it remains to be seen who will be next to turn the Inter-American Court on Human Rights’ opinion into action.
The Atlantic Council fosters an inclusive community for LGTBI employees and partners. We also work with partners at home and abroad to expand LGTBI inclusion and protect their rights.