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Jimmy Carter served as President of the United States from 1977 to 1981. Since leaving office, he has worked as a roving peace negotiator, election monitor (through the Carter Center), home builder (through Habitat for Humanity) and author of sixteen books, many of which are now in revised editions. For his untiring effort to find peaceful solutions to international conflicts, to advance democracy and human rights, and to promote economic and social development in the last decades in 2002 he was awarded with the Nobel Peace Prize.
"A leading political figure and true humanitarian"
In 1982, Jimmy Carter became University Distinguished Professor at Emory University in Atlanta and founded The Carter Center. Actively guided by President Carter, the non-partisan and non-profit center addresses national and international issues of public policy. President Carter and his wife are regular volunteers for Habitat for Humanity, a non-profit organization that helps needy people renovate and build homes for themselves.
What he offers you
Regarded as one of the most influential statesmen of our time, a tireless champion for social justice, Jimmy Carter offers a unique understanding, drawing upon his experiences as President of the United States to address almost any vital world issue, particularly human rights. He continues to demonstrate his solidarity with the peoples struggling for their rights in various parts of the world.
How he presents
With his pleasant and earnest demeanor, Jimmy Carter delivers insight on current national and foreign affairs. He addresses the essential need for peaceful solutions to worldwide global conflicts.
He presents in English.
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