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President Jimmy Carter Speaks to AUC Students About Democracy, Peace and Human Rights

At The American University in Cairo's John D. Gerhart Center for Philanthropy and Human Rights annual public lecture, winner of the Nobel Peace Prize and former U.S. President Jimmy Carter spoke to University students, faculty, civil society leaders and dignitaries, including Egypt's minister of higher education and minister of scientific research, as well as the ambassadors of the United States of America and Canada. In the lecture, "Reflections on Democracy, Human Rights and Peace," at the Main Hall of the Cairo Opera House, Carter distilled his views on the Arab-Israeli peace stalemate and the crucial role of human rights as nations are transiting from dictatorships to democracy. After giving his speech, Carter responded to questions during a discussion on stage with three AUC student leaders.
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