Now in its 10th year, The Atlantic's Washington Ideas will tackle the most consequential issues of our time with some of the nation's most important leaders from business, politics and culture.
In this event in the Defining Justice series, The Atlantic will seek out leaders from Capitol Hill and around the country to discuss the state of criminal justice reform across America. In particular, the event will consider how renewed federal debate on the issue might impact women and youth in the justice system.
At The Power of Purpose: The Corporate Responsibility Summit, The Atlantic gathered business executives, employees, community leaders and experts to analyze the impact, the potential and the downsides of corporations speaking out and taking action.
The Atlantic sought to unearth untold stories, bringing together people whose lives have been changed by incarceration with the advocates and entertainers who can give voice to them.
As the landscape of global politics rapidly shifts, The Atlantic’s editors explored the urgent changes underway around the world and media’s evolving role.
The Atlantic's New Old Age forum convened top experts on aging, ageism, and media for a frank discussion of age discrimination and why it matters now more than ever.
The Atlantic hosted a series of conversations over meals on a variety of topics.
The Atlantic broke down the latest in immunotherapy and how it is being used to help young patients survive and thrive. And moving beyond anecdotal evidence, we examined how big data can be used to track how pediatric cancers impact aspects of health for survivors down the road.