LIVE: Effects of U.S. Immigration Policy on Global Peacemaking Efforts

On Tuesday February 7, 2017, The Carter Center’s Forum on Women, Religion, Violence, and Power hosted a virtual roundtable on the impacts of recent U.S. travel restrictions on peacemaking efforts around the world. Panelists included Sanam Naraghi-Anderlini, founder of the International Civil Society Action Network and Rabia Chaudry of the United States Institute of Peace. The…

LIVE: Rethinking Economic Policy for Social Justice

On Friday, October 14, economist Radhika Balakrishnan took part in two conversations regarding economic policy and its critical importance to the advancement of human rights. We streamed each talk via Facebook Live, which you can view below. At Emory University At The Carter Center The dominant approach to economic policy has so far failed to adequately…

World Peace: Facts & Figures

“Peace” – what does it mean? Merriam-Webster provides the following definition: What would it mean to have world peace? The UN’s 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, released in January 2016, lists the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), or “Global Goals,” which are a universal call to action to end poverty, protect the planet, and ensure that…

Kathy Crandall Robinson of WAND

The Economics of Peace with Kathy Robinson

To facilitate greater exchange of grassroots knowledge, resources, best practices, and lessons learned, we are conducting a series of guest interviews to sustain both public and private conversations about critical and timely issues. This week we are discussing the economics of peace with Kathy Crandall Robinson. Kathy is the Senior Public Policy Director for Women’s Action for New…