The political future of Venezuela is the topic of the next "Conversations at The Carter Center" on Thursday, April 18 at 7 p.m.
Former U.S. President Jimmy Carter will give a talk on "The Expansion of Democracy," Thursday, April 18 at 2:30p.m. in Winship Ballroom, Dobbs University Center (DUC).
A Jan. 16 event celebrating the launch of the late investigative journalist Jack Nelson's memoir will include a display of selected materials from Nelson's archive held by Emory's Manuscript, Archives, and Rare Book Library.
In 2007, Uganda announced a bold plan to eliminate river blindness by 2020. The Carter Center's Moses Katabarwa has been in the battle from the beginning - and he believes they're going to win.
Twenty-five years ago, partnerships were formed and programs initiated in the fight against river blindness, a disease that plagues rural areas of Africa, Latin America and Yemen.
Liberia moves from having one psychiatrist in the entire country three years ago to having trained personnel in 14 out of 15 counties.
Cliff shuttle routes are being affected through August, due to the Woodruff Circle restructuring project. Discover changes to your shuttle route here.
The Carter Center, an Emory University partner, has trained more than three dozen mental health clinicians to serve in Liberia, with more to come.
In a White House ceremony May 29, President Barack Obama honored 13 recipients of the Presidential Medal of Freedom Award, including William Foege.
Students enrolled in the Master's in Development Practice program have enjoyed an uncommon opportunity to work with The Carter Center's China-Africa initiative.