The Carter Center Blog

Upcoming Forum to Promote Women’s Rights

From April 3-6, human rights leaders and scholars will gather at The Carter Center to discuss the key challenges that women’s rights activists face and ways to work with religious, traditional, and government institutions to advance the protection of these rights.

“The idea came out of a speech that President Carter gave to the Parliament of World Religions in 2009 …

Carter Center Health Programs and Partners Celebrate Record Progress, 35.8 Million Treatments in Fight Against Neglected Tropical Diseases in 2010

The Carter Center’s health programs enabled a record 35.8 million treatments in 2010 to protect against neglected tropical diseases (NTDs) in thousands of communities in some of the most remote and forgotten places in Africa and the Americas.

Since 1986, The Carter Center has been a leader in the control, elimination, and eradication of neglected diseases, working at the grassroots …

Forum Identifies Solutions to Improve Cooperation Among Andean Countries and the United States

The Andean-U.S. Dialogue Forum, a citizens’ forum created to identify and contribute solutions to multilateral problems and tensions among the Andean countries (Bolivia, Colombia, Ecuador, Peru, and Venezuela) and the United States, has issued a report outlining a common agenda to improve cooperation among the nations.

“Many of these countries have tensions with each other at the governmental level on …