Peace and Security

Both America and the world are made more secure by engaged diplomacy and international cooperation. Our Peace and Security team is proud to work closely with the nation’s foremost leaders and experts, advocating solutions to some of the most complex and challenging national security issues of the 21st century.

Security and Rights

Our work on Security and Rights issues includes working with the leading groups and experts in the country toward the protection of human and civil rights in a post 9/11 world. This includes working to strengthen the rule of law and protect the rights of citizens to be free from discrimination, racial and religious profiling, and unwarranted surveillance and suspicion. Our partners and programs include:


America was founded on a simple and straightforward principle—government of the people, by the people, for the people. Today, however, it's under an unprecedented attack. Our Money in Politics, Fair Courts, and Voting Rights team works with the leading local, regional, and national groups and advocates to ensure that all Americans have an equal voice by promoting judicial and campaign finance reform, increasing transparency, and protecting voting rights.

Digital Media
Supreme Court building photograph saying 'Husted v. APRI Decision Day on Social Media'
Looking at the best social media tactics democracy advocates used to stand out on the day SCOTUS handed down their decision on Husted vs. APRI.
Jun 12, 2018

Messaging, Media, and Opinion Analysis

Media coverage affects public opinion––and what the public thinks about an issue affects how the media covers it. This symbiotic relationship is at the heart of crafting any effective communications strategy. ReThink conducts in-depth media and opinion analysis on each of our issue areas, informed by all of the publicly available polls and driven by a database of tens of thousands of quotes and stories. We know what the public thinks, what messages are driving the narrative, who’s being sourced, and what journalists are driving discourse.