The Atlantic Partnership is a non-partisan organization dedicated to preserving and strengthening the history of shared democratic ideals between the United States and Europe, which are as vital to the 21st century as they were to the 20th. Our mission is to enhance appreciation for and advance the cause, on both sides of the Atlantic and beyond, of the continuing strategic and economic significance of the EU-US partnership and to reinforce its role for future generations. Through our extensive and high-level network of decision makers and opinion leaders, the Atlantic Partnership convenes off-the-record gatherings to examine the role of the EU-US partnership in addressing evolving global challenges, and assess the impact of these challenges on the partnership.
About APAtlantic Partnership exists to educate the public in national and international political and economic issues, including those values and ideals of good governance and constructive relations between countries, particularly but not exclusively those in the transatlantic community embracing Europe and North America. It is a non-partisan organisation and does not seek to inculcate or promote a particular point of view.
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DisclaimerAtlantic Partnership is not a membership organisation, does not charge any fees for participation in its events or remunerate its speakers. Its resources are correspondingly modest. But within them it aims to bring together diverse audiences whom it believes will benefit from the opportunity to listen and debate with its invited speakers and apply the lessons learned to their own particular challenges in the broad areas of public policy and international relations. Atlantic Partnership (whose registered name is the Atlantic Education Project) is a registered charity in England and Wales. It cooperates closely with its sister organisation, Friends of Atlantic Partnership Inc, an American not-for-profit (501/C/3) organisation, exchanging information and passing on experiences, while retaining its independence and separate governance.