The Franklin D. Roosevelt Distinguished Public Service Awards honor individuals whose careers exemplify President Roosevelt’s extraordinary dedication to public service and seek to inspire a renewed national commitment to the principles for which FDR stood.
Industrial policy is on the rise in the US because it meets the scale of our challenges. To mark and reflect on this shift, the Roosevelt Institute organized a major in-person forum in Washington, DC, on October 7.
The racist economic policies of the past century set the stage for today’s climate emergency. On June 28, 2022, the Roosevelt Institute held a discussion about how we must use economic policies to fight climate change.
On June 2, 2022, the Roosevelt Institute and a panel of President Biden's economic advisors convened for a virtual discussion on the worldview that has shaped the Biden administration’s policy choices and led to today’s recovery.
On March 22, 2022, the Roosevelt Institute convened a panel of experts for a discussion of the new US-EU Green Steel Deal: how the “Global Steel and Aluminum Arrangement” will transform our economy and the effect it will it have on meeting our climate goals.
For the first time in thirty years, there is conversation starting about reining in at-will employment in the U.S., led by workers protesting the impact of unfair firings on their lives and communities. Join our panel to learn more about this growing movement.
Runaway income and wealth inequality have amplified racial and gender wealth gaps, produced distorted and unfair economic outcomes, and constrained our societal potential. Join us for a conversation about the economic and social benefits of progressive taxation.
The Biden-Harris administration is hoping to invest $3 trillion on an economic and infrastructure plan. Join us for a conversation about what a climate-forward economy means–and what we must do to achieve it.
What are the hallmarks of a strong presidential transition? Join us for a conversation about presidential transitions past and present—and a look at the Biden-Harris transition.
The Freedom Medal will be awarded posthumously to civil rights activist Fred T. Korematsu, whose challenge of FDR’s policy decisions toward Japanese Americans during World War II went all the way to the U.S. Supreme Court.