As the global community continues to grapple with the coronavirus (COVID-19), the Atlantic Council is open for business. Our business, meetings, and events, however, are occurring virtually. For more information, please read an update from our President and CEO.
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 Black History Month and Pride 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.
The staff, fellows, and interns of the Atlantic Council are a group of foreign policy change-makers committed to achieving real-world impact through world-class research paired with innovative methods and engagement with a wide range of stakeholders. We write papers, host roundtables, produce reports, and analyze the world around us.
The Council cherishes its status as a diverse international organization, where those who speak different languages, hold different political views, and come from different national, religious, and ethnic backgrounds draw on their varied experiences to enrich our work. We are building on our strengths to better reflect a global workforce by increasing diversity across race, gender, religion, national origin, sexual orientation or identity, and political and social views at all levels of the organization.
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New Atlanticist Mar 8, 2021
Lessons from women in leadership: A celebration of International Women’s Day
By Mary Prakas and Will O’Brien
In celebration of International Women’s Day and in continuation of our mission to foster the next generation of global leaders and change agents, the Atlantic Council’s Millennium Leadership Program asked women leaders in politics, finance, energy, non-profit management, and philanthropy to highlight the importance of women in leadership roles and share the lessons they have learned over the course of their careers.
Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Oct 28, 2020
Afghan First Lady Rula Ghani: Women’s rights cannot be ‘the cost of peace’
By David A. Wemer
The progress Afghan women have made in the years since the fall of the Taliban regime could be at risk, Ghani said, should the Taliban be given too much power as part of a peace settlement.
In-Depth Research & Reports Mar 8, 2021
NATO partnerships for Women, Peace, and Security
By Lisa Aronsson
Lisa A. Aronsson outlines the achievements and the implementation challenges NATO faces, and offers three sets of recommendations for overcoming institutional hurdles, leveraging non-NATO members, and reviving NATO’s sense of purpose on the Women, Peace, and Security agenda.