ATA UK enables leading NATO officials and other key policy makers and shapers to meet international relations students and local community groups. It also produces commentary on international security issues provided by ATAUK affiliates and guest experts.
A key focus is on raising awareness and understanding about NATO and the UK’s membership of NATO.
Programmes and activities are tailored to suit particular audiences such as specialists in defence, security and international relations, government officials, parliamentarians, and journalists, as well as student bodies and the general public.
Most recent activities have taken place as part of educational outreach programmes tailored for students at sixth-form college level. These include sessions on NATO’s origins, origins, values, and current roles and missions, often followed by sessions on topics such as disinformation and role-playing exercises, which enable students to examine and analyze complex, NATO-related issues.
Activities take place in-person and on-line.