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The Millennium Leadership Program provides exceptional leaders aged thirty-five and under with unique opportunities to build a global network, engage directly with world leaders at flagship Atlantic Council events, develop key professional skills, and collaborate to have a global impact.

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Wed, Sep 8, 2021

Asat joins PRI’s The World to discuss China’s war against the Uyghurs

In the News by Atlantic Council

China Human Rights

Wed, Sep 1, 2021

Young Ukrainians must not remain hostages to the country’s totalitarian trauma

Modern Ukraine remains haunted by the legacy of the country's deeply troubled history, but the emerging generation of young Ukrainians must move beyond this totalitarian trauma in order to build a better future, argues 16-year-old student activist Sonya Rashkovan.

UkraineAlert by Sonya Rashkovan

Democratic Transitions Resilience & Society

Thu, Aug 5, 2021

Here’s what we’re reading this summer

Even in the depths of summer, our deeply thoughtful (and widely read) staff at the Atlantic Council keep their mental gears churning. Here are some summer reading suggestions from us for the beach, mountains, or backyard.

New Atlanticist by Andrew R. Marshall

Civil Society Education

Tue, Aug 3, 2021

On the frontline: Protecting Afghanistan’s human rights defenders

Despite being on the receiving end of threats, harassment, intimidation, violence, and assassinations, Afghanistan's human rights defenders continue to fight for the rights of Afghans. Join the Atlantic Council's South Asia Center for a discussion with some of Afghanistan’s leading human rights defenders and experts to explore what lies ahead for the activists who put their lives on the line to fight violence, impunity, and militancy.

SouthAsiaSource by Atlantic Council

Afghanistan Civil Society

Wed, Jul 14, 2021

Goldin quoted in Politico on World Youth Skills Day

Read the whole article here.

In the News by Nicole Goldin

Economy & Business Education

Thu, Jul 1, 2021

Event recap: A gay Muslim’s journey to acceptance

On June 11, 2021, the Atlantic Council’s South Asia Center and the American Pakistan Foundation co-hosted author Mohsin Zaidi for a conversation on his new book, A Dutiful Boy: A memoir of a gay Muslim’s journey to acceptance, and the underlying issues it addresses relating to race, gender identity, social class, religious discrimination and more. […]

Event Recap by Areeba Atique

Human Rights Migration

Mon, Jun 28, 2021

Shahid joins Clubhouse to discuss family planning and politics in India

In the News by Atlantic Council

India Politics & Diplomacy

Mon, Jun 14, 2021

A gay Muslim’s journey to acceptance

Please join the Atlantic Council’s South Asia Center and the American Pakistan Foundation on Tuesday June 22 at 11:00 AM US EST / 8:00 PM PKT to mark the release of the US edition of Zaidi’s book to discuss the issues faced by Zaidi as well as many younger immigrants and their families today. Also participating in the discussion will be Senior Foreign Affairs Reporter for the HuffPost, Akbar Shahid Ahmed, and Director of the Washington DC chapter of Muslims for Progressive Values (MPV) and Co-chair of the MPV Board of Trustees, Maliha Khan.

SouthAsiaSource by South Asia Center

Human Rights Migration

Tue, May 25, 2021

Mali coup: White House official calls for ‘unconditional and immediate’ release of president and prime minister

Speaking at the Atlantic Council's Africa Day celebration, White House official Dana Banks responded to topical issues in African affairs, including the coup in Mali, calling for "the unconditional and immediate release of the president and the prime minister."

Event Recap by Africa Center

Africa Democratic Transitions

Tue, May 11, 2021

The Basketball Africa League has arrived: Here’s why it matters

With the Basketball Africa League set to launch, the Atlantic Council’s Africa Center reached out to sports stakeholders across the BAL’s inaugural countries to hear their perspective on why the BAL represents a historic moment. Their feedback provides a compelling case for the developmental, diplomatic, and economic potential of African basketball.

AfricaSource by Luke Tyburski

Africa Civil Society