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Carter Center podcasts highlight issues of national and global importance as they relate to the Center's work and feature former U.S. President Jimmy Carter, former First Lady Rosalynn Carter, with Carter Center and other global peace and health experts. The Carter Center, in partnership with Emory University, is committed to advancing human rights and alleviating unnecessary human suffering. Founded in 1982 by President and Mrs. Carter, the Atlanta-based Center has helped to improve the quality of life for people in more than 70 countries. Learn more at www.cartercenter.org

Latest Episodes

The Delicate Art of Conflict Resolution

For more than 35 years, The Carter Center has worked in the public eye and behind the scenes to help bring an end to conflicts across the globe. Get an inside look at how the Center’s conflict resolution team goes about its work in places like Syria, Sudan, Mali, and more. What principles guide them? What challenges do they face? What does success even look like? Moderator: Jim Clancy, broadcast journalist. Panelists: Hrair Balian, director of the Carter Center’s Conflict Resolution Program; Kate Keator, manager of the Carter Center’s Syria Conflict Mapping Project; Bisa Williams, former U.S. ambassador to Niger and current Carter Center special advisor on Mali.

79 MINMAR 15
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The Delicate Art of Conflict Resolution

Harmonizing Religion and Human Rights

December brings the 70th anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, a United Nations document that lays out an individual’s inalienable rights. To mark the occasion, a panel of religious leaders will explore what the scriptures of some of the world’s major religions have to say about human rights. How can we align religious life with human rights? What role should spiritual leaders play in promoting human rights? And what can everyday people of faith do to defend human rights and encourage mutual respect between people of different religions? Moderator: Karin Ryan, Carter Center senior advisor on human rights and special representative on women and girls. Panelists: Former U.S. President Jimmy Carter; Rabbi Jill Jacobs, executive director of T'ruah, the Rabbinic Call for Human Rights; Imam Omar Suleiman, founder and president of the Yaqeen Institute for Islamic Research.

78 MIN2018 DEC 6
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Harmonizing Religion and Human Rights

Seeing a Vibrant Future

Trachoma is a leading cause of blindness, yet it is easily prevented with a readily available antibiotic, and its effects often can be halted with a short surgical procedure. For 20 years, The Carter Center has helped lead the charge against trachoma, but we are not alone. Hear what the Center, the International Trachoma Initiative, and other partners are doing to control this painful disease and learn about Atlanta’s ever-expanding role in the battle to improve global health locally and abroad. Moderator: Teya Ryan, CEO and President of Georgia Public Broadcasting. Panelists: Kelly Callahan, director of the Carter Center's Trachoma Program; Jason Carter, chairman of the Carter Center Board of Trustees; Paul Emerson, director of the International Trachoma Initiative.

80 MIN2018 OCT 19
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Seeing a Vibrant Future

A Conversation with the Carters (Sept. 11, 2018)

Former U.S. President Jimmy Carter and former First Lady Rosalynn Carter discuss how the Center wages peace and fights disease to build hope for millions around the world and take questions.

63 MIN2018 SEP 12
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A Conversation with the Carters (Sept. 11, 2018)

Liberia Looks to the Future

Liberian democracy took an important step forward in late 2017 when citizens elected a new president to replace Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, who voluntarily stepped down when her term expired. Several Carter Center programs joined forces to help support a peaceful transition, and though the process was at times rocky, peace prevailed. Learn more about this historic election, the Carter Center’s long-term programming in Liberia — including mental health, justice, and access to information efforts — and what the future may hold for Africa’s oldest republic. Panelists include: Jason Carter, chairman of the Carter Center’s Board of Trustees; Eve Byrd, director of the Carter Center’s Mental Health Program; Pewee Flomoku, the Carter Center’s chief of party in Liberia, who oversees the Center’s Access to Justice Project; Laura Neuman, director of the Carter Center’s Global Access to Information. Program Moderator: Jim Clancy, journalist and former CNN International anchor.

79 MIN2018 APR 13
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Liberia Looks to the Future

Project Zero

Introducing two 360° virtual-reality videos from HuffPost’s “Project Zero,” which documents neglected tropical diseases, including the Carter Center’s work on river blindness and lymphatic filariasis in Nigeria. A panel discusses the challenges of eliminating the diseases worldwide and their experiences creating stories with this cutting-edge technology. Panelists include: Benedict Moran, an award-winning journalist and independent filmmaker specializing in human rights and humanitarian emergencies; Dr. Frank Richards, director of the Carter Center’s River Blindness Elimination Program and Lymphatic Filariasis Elimination Program. Moderator: Jo Confino, HuffPost Executive Editor of Impact & Innovation.

66 MIN2017 OCT 25
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Project Zero

The Rise of Islamophobia

Islamophobia and violent extremism are inextricably linked. As Islamophobia continues to grip much of the Western world, join us in discussing the effects of stigmatizing Muslims and learn more about what The Carter Center and others are doing to help stem the tide of anti-Muslim hatred and discrimination. Moderated by Dr. Houda Abadi, associate director of the Carter Center’s Conflict Resolution Program, panelists include: Dr. Suzanne Barakat: motivational speaker and the sister of Deah Barakat, one of three Muslims killed during a 2015 shooting in Chapel Hill; Dr. Deepa Kumar: award-winning scholar and activist, and author of “Islamophobia and the Politics of Empire”;Dr. Tariq Ramadan: contemporary Islamic studies scholar who was named one of Time magazine’s 100 most influential people in the world in 2004.

72 MIN2017 SEP 27
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The Rise of Islamophobia

A Conversation with the Carters (Sept. 12, 2017)

Former U.S. President Jimmy Carter and former First Lady Rosalynn Carter discuss recent Carter Center peace and health initiatives around the world, and take your questions about issues big and small.

61 MIN2017 SEP 13
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A Conversation with the Carters (Sept. 12, 2017)
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Latest Episodes

The Delicate Art of Conflict Resolution

For more than 35 years, The Carter Center has worked in the public eye and behind the scenes to help bring an end to conflicts across the globe. Get an inside look at how the Center’s conflict resolution team goes about its work in places like Syria, Sudan, Mali, and more. What principles guide them? What challenges do they face? What does success even look like? Moderator: Jim Clancy, broadcast journalist. Panelists: Hrair Balian, director of the Carter Center’s Conflict Resolution Program; Kate Keator, manager of the Carter Center’s Syria Conflict Mapping Project; Bisa Williams, former U.S. ambassador to Niger and current Carter Center special advisor on Mali.

79 MINMAR 15
Comments
The Delicate Art of Conflict Resolution

Harmonizing Religion and Human Rights

December brings the 70th anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, a United Nations document that lays out an individual’s inalienable rights. To mark the occasion, a panel of religious leaders will explore what the scriptures of some of the world’s major religions have to say about human rights. How can we align religious life with human rights? What role should spiritual leaders play in promoting human rights? And what can everyday people of faith do to defend human rights and encourage mutual respect between people of different religions? Moderator: Karin Ryan, Carter Center senior advisor on human rights and special representative on women and girls. Panelists: Former U.S. President Jimmy Carter; Rabbi Jill Jacobs, executive director of T'ruah, the Rabbinic Call for Human Rights; Imam Omar Suleiman, founder and president of the Yaqeen Institute for Islamic Research.

78 MIN2018 DEC 6
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Harmonizing Religion and Human Rights

Seeing a Vibrant Future

Trachoma is a leading cause of blindness, yet it is easily prevented with a readily available antibiotic, and its effects often can be halted with a short surgical procedure. For 20 years, The Carter Center has helped lead the charge against trachoma, but we are not alone. Hear what the Center, the International Trachoma Initiative, and other partners are doing to control this painful disease and learn about Atlanta’s ever-expanding role in the battle to improve global health locally and abroad. Moderator: Teya Ryan, CEO and President of Georgia Public Broadcasting. Panelists: Kelly Callahan, director of the Carter Center's Trachoma Program; Jason Carter, chairman of the Carter Center Board of Trustees; Paul Emerson, director of the International Trachoma Initiative.

80 MIN2018 OCT 19
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Seeing a Vibrant Future

A Conversation with the Carters (Sept. 11, 2018)

Former U.S. President Jimmy Carter and former First Lady Rosalynn Carter discuss how the Center wages peace and fights disease to build hope for millions around the world and take questions.

63 MIN2018 SEP 12
Comments
A Conversation with the Carters (Sept. 11, 2018)

Liberia Looks to the Future

Liberian democracy took an important step forward in late 2017 when citizens elected a new president to replace Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, who voluntarily stepped down when her term expired. Several Carter Center programs joined forces to help support a peaceful transition, and though the process was at times rocky, peace prevailed. Learn more about this historic election, the Carter Center’s long-term programming in Liberia — including mental health, justice, and access to information efforts — and what the future may hold for Africa’s oldest republic. Panelists include: Jason Carter, chairman of the Carter Center’s Board of Trustees; Eve Byrd, director of the Carter Center’s Mental Health Program; Pewee Flomoku, the Carter Center’s chief of party in Liberia, who oversees the Center’s Access to Justice Project; Laura Neuman, director of the Carter Center’s Global Access to Information. Program Moderator: Jim Clancy, journalist and former CNN International anchor.

79 MIN2018 APR 13
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Liberia Looks to the Future

Project Zero

Introducing two 360° virtual-reality videos from HuffPost’s “Project Zero,” which documents neglected tropical diseases, including the Carter Center’s work on river blindness and lymphatic filariasis in Nigeria. A panel discusses the challenges of eliminating the diseases worldwide and their experiences creating stories with this cutting-edge technology. Panelists include: Benedict Moran, an award-winning journalist and independent filmmaker specializing in human rights and humanitarian emergencies; Dr. Frank Richards, director of the Carter Center’s River Blindness Elimination Program and Lymphatic Filariasis Elimination Program. Moderator: Jo Confino, HuffPost Executive Editor of Impact & Innovation.

66 MIN2017 OCT 25
Comments
Project Zero

The Rise of Islamophobia

Islamophobia and violent extremism are inextricably linked. As Islamophobia continues to grip much of the Western world, join us in discussing the effects of stigmatizing Muslims and learn more about what The Carter Center and others are doing to help stem the tide of anti-Muslim hatred and discrimination. Moderated by Dr. Houda Abadi, associate director of the Carter Center’s Conflict Resolution Program, panelists include: Dr. Suzanne Barakat: motivational speaker and the sister of Deah Barakat, one of three Muslims killed during a 2015 shooting in Chapel Hill; Dr. Deepa Kumar: award-winning scholar and activist, and author of “Islamophobia and the Politics of Empire”;Dr. Tariq Ramadan: contemporary Islamic studies scholar who was named one of Time magazine’s 100 most influential people in the world in 2004.

72 MIN2017 SEP 27
Comments
The Rise of Islamophobia

A Conversation with the Carters (Sept. 12, 2017)

Former U.S. President Jimmy Carter and former First Lady Rosalynn Carter discuss recent Carter Center peace and health initiatives around the world, and take your questions about issues big and small.

61 MIN2017 SEP 13
Comments
A Conversation with the Carters (Sept. 12, 2017)
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