Combating Sex Trafficking: The Nordic Model Solution

On Friday, Oct. 7, 2016, Autumn Burris of Survivors for Solutions, Bridget Perrier of Sex Trade 101, and The Carter Center’s Senior Policy Adviser on Human Rights, Karin Ryan, convened for a live roundtable discussion on the implementation of the Nordic Model solution to address prostitution and sex trafficking versus full decriminalization.  UN Women is seeking your…

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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…

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How To Invest in Peace

Intimate, educational, captivating, inspirational, powerful – It’s difficult to accurately depict just how moving it was to see a such an engaging group of people convened at the Carter Center Wednesday night for the Center’s International Day of Peace panel discussion. Moderated by Karin Ryan, Senior Advisor for Human Rights at The Carter Center, the…

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#21DaysOfPeace – Introducing Peace Journalism

      On September 8,  Emory University’s Institute for Developing Nations, Emory Campus Life, and The Carter Center Human Rights Program, in collaboration with The U.S. Institute of Peace, commenced its series of events for Emory’s 21 Days of Peace with a moderated talk on peace journalism. Emory’s 21 Days of Peace was organized…

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