Atlantic Fellows Program
The Atlantic Fellows program will empower new generations of leaders to work together around the globe to advance fairer, healthier, more inclusive societies.
Information on each of the programs, including the host organizations, follow.
International Inequalities Institute at the London School of Economics
The Institute is empowering diverse, multidisciplinary leaders to work together on solutions to historical barriers and behaviors that obstruct opportunity and underpin inequalities globally.
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The Global Brain Health Institute
GBHI is creating and enabling a generation of leaders around the world who have the knowledge, skills and drive to change both the practice of dementia care and the societal forces that affect brain health.
Racial Equity Program
The Atlantic Fellows for Racial Equity program will support the growing movement of those dedicated to disrupting and dismantling anti-black racism in the United States and South Africa.
Social Equity Program
The Atlantic Fellows for Social Equity, led by the University of Melbourne, aim to tackle the broader issues of social inequality and how parity can be achieved for all people, regardless of cultural background, race, gender, health or financial status.
Atlantic Fellows for Health Equity in South Africa
Based at Tekano, this 20-year fellowship program aims to create, connect and sustain a community of innovators and leaders who will help bridge the gap between rich and poor, and build a healthier South Africa for all.
Transformative Leaders for Health Equity
This new 20-year fellowship initiative in Southeast Asia seeks to dramatically reduce disparities in health access and quality of care through leadership development.
The Atlantic Institute
Based at Rhodes House at Oxford University, the Atlantic Institute supports the global network of Atlantic Fellows throughout their careers with opportunities to connect, exchange ideas and further develop their skills as leaders and changemakers.
More Major Concluding Grants
We also made a series of other major investments in our final years to advance opportunity and promote equity and dignity. Here are highlights of this work and the people and organizations doing it.
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A National Strategy for Dementia
A partnership with government in the Republic of Ireland, the goal is to implement a national dementia strategy to 1) increase awareness 2) promote early diagnosis and intervention and 3) develop enhanced community-based services.
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The Social Change Initiative
With a focus on divided societies, SCI seeks to improve the effectiveness of activism for social change.
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The Civic Participation Action Fund
The Fund enables advocates in the United States to make the democratic system work better for those who are systemically denied opportunity because of their race, ethnicity or socioeconomic status.
Delivering Social Change
A partnership with government in Northern Ireland to deliver improved services for parents, children, and for people with dementia and their carers.
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Linked Learning in Oakland
To transform education for students in Oakland, California, the program integrates rigorous academics with health career-based learning and real-world workplace experiences.
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Center on Budget and Policy Priorities
Through its Policy Futures initiative, the Center focuses on medium- and long-term policy challenges, particularly the link between budget choices and the need to boost economic security and opportunity for low- and moderate-income individuals and families.