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Company Description

EMPOWERING CATALYTIC COMMUNITIES OF EMERGING LEADERS TO ADVANCE FAIRER, HEALTHIER, MORE INCLUSIVE SOCIETIES.

The Atlantic Institute
In 2019, the Atlantic Philanthropies, an international, limited-life foundation, established by entrepreneur Charles F. Feeney finalised its multi-million pound partnership with the Rhodes Trust, first announced three years earlier.

COMMUNITY AND SUPPORT FOR A NEW GENERATION OF LEADERS The Atlantic Fellows program is built on the idea that fairer, healthier, more inclusive societies requires leaders with diverse perspectives to collaborate on solutions and learn from one another.

The Atlantic Institute in partnership with the Rhodes Trust connects the seven Atlantic Fellows programs, building a global community of courageous leaders who address systemic causes of inequity.

ACCELERATING THE ERADICATION OF INEQUITIES FOR FAIRER, HEALTHIER AND MORE INCLUSIVE SOCIETIES
The Atlantic Institute provides Fellows and staff with the networks, architecture and resources to connect, learn and act to address the underlying systemic causes of inequity – locally and globally – by:

Atlantic Fellows Community
Building a catalytic lifelong community of leaders who connect, learn and collaborate across diverse perspectives

Programming and Impact
Providing courageous programming (face to face and virtual) that supports Fellows and staff to shift narratives, shape policy and create new solutions

Global Network and Sustainability
Building an extended community with strong strategic partners and alliances

Learning and Innovation
Driving a culture of reflection and learning allowing the Atlantic Institute to be responsive to changing needs, new technologies, and brave ideas

SUPPORTING LIFELONG COMMUNITY
The emerging leaders who become Atlantic Fellows form a diverse international community of changemakers focused on the root causes of inequities.

Because the issues the Atlantic Fellows seek to address are much larger than any one community or nation could effectively tackle alone, or in the short term, the Institute is committed to supporting Fellows and their work in the world for the long haul.