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CityLab is a celebration of cities and city life. This one of a kind ​gathering brings together mayors from around the world, along with urban experts, business leaders, artists and activists.
Washington Ideas will convene the nation's leaders in politics, business, health, science, technology, arts, culture and journalism for three days of can't miss conversation and connections. In the heart of the nation's capital, we will tackle the most consequential issues facing the country and the world.
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The Atlantic will convene experts for a discussion of the rare disease patient experience and why it is so unique.
As President-elect Donald Trump begins to craft an economic plan outlining strategic objectives for the next administration, what can the business community anticipate for the role of the U.S. in the future of trade and globalization?
Dedicated to highlighting innovation and effective practices in urban governance, CityLab gathers the world's most creative mayors and city practitioners with artists, academics, funders, and other public and private sector leaders focused on improving cities and spreading urban strategies that work.
This unprecedented event will reflect the culmination of over a century of invention and exploration, and provide the opportunity to project what the next century may hold.
For the eighth year, the Washington Ideas Forum will convene the nation's premiere thought leaders for two days of idea sharing and deep conversation.
California has historically led the nation in its ambitious adoption of clean energy technologies.
The Atlantic will be in Los Angeles to explore the changing narrative of race and identity in this country.
Today, over half of the world's population lives in urban areas. Cities attract the best and brightest talent. They offer opportunities and access. They are political and economic centers.
In this forum, The Atlantic will bring together key leaders to tackle the challenge of antibiotics in the 21st century. How can we best ensure the responsible use of antibiotics? Are regulations guiding the use of antibiotics in food animals sufficient to tackle growing antibiotic resistance?
Dallas has been thriving, ranking nationally for high levels of business expansion and employment growth. New technology and energy companies have relocated to Dallas, paving the way for innovation and startups in a bustling entrepreneurial sector.
Inventing the Future of Health, an Atlantic-produced town hall program, will convene leading national experts to discuss what's next in health care.
December's climate talks in Paris were historic diplomacy - almost 200 nations committed to reducing greenhouse gases. And now the question is: how?
With the 2016 pres­id­en­tial elec­tions as a back­drop, this sum­mit will en­gage with na­tion­al and loc­al lead­ers, show­case in­nov­at­ors and ask how op­por­tun­it­ies can be cre­ated for even great­er in­nov­a­tion across Amer­ica.
The Atlantic's inaugural LGBT summit will convene wide-ranging conversations on queer identity in America, at the end of a game-changing year in arenas from politics to pop culture.
The Atlantic will present the fifth annual Small Business Forum in Washington, D.C. The event will convene leading policy authorities, business owners, researchers and government officials to discuss what jumpstarts small businesses - and what makes them stay open.
The Atlantic and the USC Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism will explore the merging of two of the nation's most vibrant and globally influential industries, and how the new dynamics will redefine the entertainment industry across television, digital video, movies and music.
The Atlantic will convene a public forum to discuss whether a new kind of housing bubble is starting to simmer and what options are emerging to address this growing urgency for many Americans.
The Atlantic will host the the mayor of Chicago, Rahm Emanuel, followed by a conversation with industry leaders, labor advocates and government officials to take a holistic look at American manufacturing.
In a town hall event with community leaders, patients, public health experts and more, The Atlantic will consider the social determinants of diabetes, and what they require of the response.
In his October 2015 cover story, "The Black Family in the Age of Mass Incarceration," Ta-Nehisi Coates explores the devastating impact decades of mass incarceration has had on African-American families.
The Atlantic Food Summit will address topics like global scarcity, food education and the changing face of farming.
The Atlantic will explore one of the most critical challenges facing health care: reconciling costs with quality.
The American worker today must navigate a staggering set of new challenges. The Atlantic will convene experts to discuss the contemporary work landscape and strategies to create workers who can better surf today's economic churn, driven by overseas competition and job automation.

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