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Carter Center

Former President Jimmy Carter, winner of the 2002 Nobel Peace Prize, is recognized as a transformative leader in the area of peace and reconciliation. His Center is committed to human rights and the reduction of human suffering through conflict resolution, democracy and improved healthcare. The Center is at the forefront of learning about and understanding the history of armed conflict and disagreements between nations and groups at war. Peacebuilding and post-conflict resolution are key elements of the Center’s work. The Center has successfully advanced the cause of peace throughout the world, including in places like Bosnia and Herzegovina, Ethiopia, Eritrea, Haiti, Israel and Palestine, Korean Peninsula, Liberia, Mali, Nepal, South Sudan, Sudan, Syria, and many South American nations. President Carter has personally played a vital role in negotiating armistices, peace treaties, and various diplomatic agreements between numerous nations and groups.
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