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Founded in 1982 by former U.S. President Jimmy Carter & Rosalynn Carter with , the Center wages peace, fights disease, & builds hope worldwide.
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The Carter Center 13h
We are pleased that warrior Dr. Don Hopkins is on the list of The World's 50 Greatest Leaders from
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Mental Health Program Director attended the recent Rally to Prevent Suicide in Wash. D.C. Attendees included behavioral health, military, & veterans orgs. They stood on Capitol steps to send a message that suicide prevention must be a priority.
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The Carter Center Apr 23
The Carter Center Condemns the Violent Repression of Demonstrations in Nicaragua
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The Carter Center Apr 23
STATEMENT FROM JIMMY CARTER: "As the Leaders of South and North Korea prepare for their Peace Summit on April 27, I offer my prayers and best wishes for a successful meeting that will bring a permanent peace to the Koreas and their neighbors."
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The Carter Center Apr 23
Many harmful practices are perpetuated because of discriminatory interpretations of religious texts and teachings. Our Mobilizing Faith for Women and Girls Initiative works with traditional leaders & religious institutions in Africa to advance human rights for women and girls.
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RTI fights NTDs Apr 23
A partnership with and allows us to work with volunteers like Branden in districts with efforts? Thanks and all partners!
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The Carter Center Apr 22
Happy ! Protecting the earth advances global peace and health.
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U.S. State Dept | Office of Global Women's Issues Apr 20
Celebrating the life of former First Lady Barbara Bush.
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Fight Trachoma Apr 20
, a program of believes that a world free from is possible! Healthy Eyes, Healthy Lives! Learn more about our story here:
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The Carter Center Apr 19
The Carter Center has observed 107 elections in 39 countries. In response to interest about standards and protocols for monitoring U.S. elections, we developed “A Guide to Election Observer Policies in the United States." Available here.
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The Task Force Apr 19
Join us on April 28th for a panel discussion with our CEO, Dr. Dave Ross, President, Dr. Elizabeth Kiss, and CEO, Amb. Mary Ann Peters, on organizations' responsibilities to ensure fieldwork ethics in global health.
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The Carter Center Apr 18
Thanks for this important look at how CA treats homelessness and people who are mentally ill. Another great article by Rosalynn Carter Mental Health Journalism Fellow.
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The Carter Center Apr 18
Read how our Global Access to Information Program transformed the life of an 83-year-old woman in Guatemala. After our staff helped her fight to obtain her ID card, she finally received the pension that came with it.
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Fight Trachoma Apr 18
People, Partnerships, and a Pill! Learn about the story of , a program of the Task Force for Global Health, and how a world free from trachoma is within reach. Watch the full animation video here:
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The Carter Center Apr 18
We are proud of the work our team in Guatemala does to provide access to information and critical resources for Guatemalans. This info helps empower women and transform lives.
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The Carter Center Apr 17
Statement from former U.S. President Jimmy Carter and Rosalynn Carter on the passing of Barbara Bush.
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“Surgery was done on one eye. They removed the bandages, and now she can see” – Watch how Kotido helped his grandmother regain her sight in
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The Carter Center Apr 17
Rebecca Palpant Shimkets of The Carter Center's Mental Health Program mentions the benefits of journalism that highlight solutions and what works well instead of just the problems. Talking at Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health panel.
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The Carter Center Apr 17
WATCH NOW: Look forward to hearing a discussion on opioids & the news media with , , . Watch live:
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The Carter Center Apr 17
Check out our "Guidebook of Research and Practice to Preventing Violent Extremism"
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