The Arcadia Institution was founded in August 1991, on the 50th anniversary of the first summit meeting between Prime Minister Winston S.Churchill and President Franklin D. Roosevelt at Placentia Bay in Newfoundland.
The aim of the institution is to further anglo-american relations and to foster the timeless ideals of democracy and free speech for which our two nations have always stood in times of peace and war.
We achieve this through:
- policy programs
- leadership development initiatives
- Our bi-annual journal, the Arcadian Review
- the funding of 10 Arcadia scholarships, awarded annually, for postgraduate research into cultural, political and strategic subjects of mutual interest to Great Britain and the United States