Waging Peace.
Fighting Disease.
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Peace in Liberia, 10 Years Later 

Tuesday, March 10, 2015, 7–8:30 p.m. EDT

This event will explore Liberia's progress and setbacks toward a sustainable peace after its 14-year civil war, including the impact of the Ebola crisis on recovery. The Carter Center has worked in Liberia for more than two decades, observing elections and partnering with government and civil society to strengthen democratic institutions, access to information, administration of justice, and mental health services. WABE reporter Jim Burress will moderate the event.

Attend In Person

Note: All seats for this Conversations event have been reserved. Please email Brooke Huger at to be placed on the waiting list. You will be contacted if seats become available.

Ivan Allen III Pavilion, The Carter Center
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Watch Live Webcast

If you are unable to join us in person, we hope you will watch our free, live webcast of this event. Reservations are not required to watch the webcast. A link to the webcasts will be posted to this page about 10 minutes prior to the start of events.

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About Conversations at The Carter Center
Conversations brings you up close with Carter Center experts, policy makers, and other special guests to discuss the issues that shape your world. All Conversations are webcast live and archived on the Center's website. Events are held at The Carter Center, Ivan Allen III Pavilion.

Other Conversations this season focus on U.S.-China relations, combatting violence and discrimnation against women and children, and eliminating blinding trachoma. View the entire 2014-2015 Conversations at The Carter Center season schedule >


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