Carter Center

Honorees at the 16th annual Charles L. Weltner Freedom of Information Banquet hosted by the Georgia First Amendment Foundation Oct. 19 at the Emory Conference Center Hotel included an Emory alumna and the Carter Center’s Global Access to Information Program. ...

Carter Center Launches Liberian Election Observation LIBERIA — The Carter Center announced an international mission to observe Liberia’s Oct. 10 presidential and legislative elections, according to an Aug. 28 Carter Center press release. A  first team of observers from the ...

More than 300 scientists, public health officials and policymakers convened to discuss climate change and potential solutions at the Carter Center Feb. 16 following the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s (CDC) abrupt cancellation of its Climate and Health Summit. ...

A climate change and public health conference initiated by former U.S. Vice President Al Gore and several non-governmental organizations will replace the cancelled Centers for Disease and Control Prevention’s (CDC) Climate and Health Summit, according to a Jan. 26 American ...

Ambassador of Colombia to the United States Juan Carlos Pinzón praised the power of peace policy enforcement in Colombia after more than 50 years of civil unrest in his lecture, “Colombia’s Historic Moment,” at the Emory School of Law last ...

We at the Wheel remember our freshman years, when former U.S. President Jimmy Carter spoke to us at his Town Hall. Some of us were still adjusting to life away from home and none of us knew quite what to ...

 Like many others, College freshman Laura Briggs was starstruck on last Wednesday by simply being in the same building as former President of the United States Jimmy Carter. “I felt famous by association,” she wrote in an email to the Wheel. While many freshmen had their first ...

​Former President Jimmy Carter reflected on the successes of the Atlanta-based Carter Center’s work in Liberia throughout the Ebola crisis and lauded Emory’s treatment of those infected with the virus at the Woodruff Health Sciences Center Administration Building auditorium on Thursday afternoon. ...

The Emory University’s Institute for Developing Nations (IDN) hosted a panel titled “Sexual Violence and Conflict in Syria,” addressing the myriad and multifaceted problems surrounding the conflict and the widespread gender-based violence occurring there. The Jones Room in the Woodruff ...