Join the Bipartisan Policy Center, in partnership with the Center for American Progress and the Brookings Institution, for a series of presentations and discussions on the composition of different groups’ underrepresentation or overrepresentation in the electorate, projections through 2060, and ways in which political actors must confront demographic reality.
The Center for American Progress also sponsors Reel Progress, a progressive film series.
The Center for American Progress and the George Washington University Program on Extremism are cohosting a discussion with Sir John Jenkins, Executive Director of The International Institute for Strategic Studies.800 21st Street Northwest, Washington, DC, United States
Please join the Center for American Progress for reflections from progressive leaders about how to honor the legacy of Martin Luther King, Jr. in our work to protect civil rights and to build an economy that works for working people.1333 H Street Northwest, Washington, DC, United States
Hear from Secretary of Education John B. King, Jr. about the importance of public education and what it means for the strength of the nation's democracy and economy.1333 H Street, H Street Northwest, Washington, DC, United States
Join the Center for American Progress for a discussion of what is at stake for working families under the new administration and Congress.1333 H Street Northwest, Washington, DC, United States
The LGBT community experienced unprecedented attacks in the 2016 state legislative sessions, yet momentum toward full legal and lived equality continues to build.1333 H Street Northwest, Washington, DC, United States
Please join the Center for American Progress and distinguished experts from government and the private sector for a discussion on the next chapter in U.S. ocean policy.1333 H St NW, Washington, D.C., DC, United States
Join us for a discussion with author John B. Judis, one of America’s most respected political analysts, as he explains the importance of the populist movement that began in the United States in the 1890s and the politics of which have recurred on both sides of the Atlantic ever since.Center For American Progress, H Street Northwest, Washington, DC, United States
During the past decade, the United States and its partners in the Middle East have undertaken numerous diplomatic, military, and intelligence efforts together to enhance regional stability and combat terrorist threats from groups such as Al Qaeda and the Islamic State. This experience has provided the United States and its regional partners many important lessons about the most effective ways to build partnerships.
More and more these days, Washington and Beijing often view their interactions in Southeast Asia through a competitive lens, leading to a potentially harmful dynamic in the region. Recognizing this reality, the Center for American Progress and the China Institutes for Contemporary International Relations engaged in a two-year joint research project to unearth areas of possible U.S.-China cooperation in Southeast Asia, including joint research trips to Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand, Myanmar, Singapore, and Vietnam.Center for American Progress, 1333 H St. NW, 10th Floor, Washington, DC , 20005