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Who we are

Atlas is the global political movement uniting humanity for its survival.

Climate change, artificial intelligence, wars, dictatorship, pandemics, and poverty all have the potential to destroy humanity unless they are tackled fast, everywhere. 

That’s why we need political power. That’s why we are running for office at all levels of government, in all democratic countries and even at the United Nations, to ensure that we not only survive but have a future where we can thrive. 

With over 25,000 supporters in more than 134 countries, Atlas is not just a movement; it's a revolution, a rallying cry uniting people across continents, from Australia to Kenya, from Italy to Brazil, in a shared mission to safeguard our future. 

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What We Stand For

By uniting, we can quell survival threats and ensure we live in a better, more equitable and freer world.

That’s why we advance the Survival Bill, focused on how to tackle survival threats fast, in all electoral races we partake in. But not only. 

We deserve more than survival. We deserve to thrive. All our political positions are rooted in the Philosophy of Unity, the ideological backbone of the party. The Philosophy of Unity is a revolutionary manifesto calling for humanity to unite beyond differences to survive and work towards a fairer, freer, and better future. 

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Our Story 

Since 2020, we have campaigned and organised protests and lobbying efforts to fight against authoritarianism, climate change, and inequities. 

After years of grassroots activism, we are switching things up 🚀. On September 15th 2023, we announced that Atlas is a global political movement.  

For our first political campaign, we are challenging the highest office in the world, the one of the United Nations Secretary-General. 

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How Are We Organized

Atlas is an international not-for-profit organisation (as there is no such thing as a global political party in the law, yet).

Andrea Venzon and Colombe Cahen-Salvador lead Atlas. The movement is structured into six global teams - campaign, communication, community, fundraising, policy, and tech - and national chapters. Every year, Atlas hosts an international summit open to all members to vote on political positions, strategise, and prepare for elections. Register for our upcoming summit.



What we have achieved

… as a political movement, we are just getting started.

But as an advocacy organisation, we have done quite a bit. Here are some of the things we are the proudest of ⤵️. We have:

🚀 Launched multiple activism campaigns on democracy, vaccines, women’s rights, and climate. An example of concrete impact? The director of the World Health Organization  promised to push our vaccine campaign, and we got four countries to boycott a meeting chaired by Russia during its presidency of the United Nations Security Council,

🚀 Ran a political campaign challenging the U.N. Secretary-General Selection process and elected a former head of state as a candidate, which was discussed at the U.N. General Assembly,

🚀 Reached more than 5 million people on social media & recruited +20,000 supporters, and organised hundreds of events, protests & actions across the world,

🚀 Built a coalition of leaders from 4 continents to counter authoritarianism, that included Joshua Wong, Juan Guaido, Veronica Tsapkala, and Audrey Tang,

🚀 Appeared in leading publications such as The New York Times, BBC, Vice, The Economist, Al Jazeera, The Independent, Euronews, Hong Kong Free Press, and TV stations. Gave a TED talk, which supported the further growth of the movement.

Our Past Campaigns


Andrea Venzon
Andrea Venzon
Colombe Cahen-Salvador
Colombe Cahen-Salvador

Advisory Council

Nerima Wako-Ojiwa
Nerima Wako-Ojiwa
Alberto Alemanno
Alberto Alemanno
Tamara Adrian
Tamara Adrian

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