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Geneva is known as a hub for dozens of international organisations, the United Nations and over 380 non-governmental agencies.


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What do you expect will happen at the Ukraine peace conference in Switzerland?

The Swiss government hopes its peace summit will lay the groundwork for a peace process. What do you think?

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Activists protest against the World Health Organization (WHO) pandemic agreement during a rally on Place des Nations in front of the European headquarters of the United Nations in Geneva, Switzerland, Saturday, June 1, 2024.


Pandemic treaty to be finalised by 2025, WHO says

This content was published on Talks aimed at reaching a global agreement on how to better fight pandemics will be concluded by 2025 or earlier if possible, the Geneva-based World Health Organization (WHO) said on Saturday.

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Inside Geneva  

05. June 2024, Live Podcast Event Join us for a thought-provoking discussion on the question: Is international law dead? Featuring distinguished speakers: Andrew Clapham, Graduate Institute Professor, Laurent Gisel, Chief Legal Officer and Head of the Legal Division at the International Committee of the Red Cross, Cristina Figueira Shah, Graduate Institute Student 

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The magazine "Africa explored and colonised", published in Geneva between 1879 and 1894, can also be consulted online at the site of the Swiss National Library.


Geneva’s early double standards on colonialism

This content was published on Geneva is reviewing its historical links to colonialism. But a new exhibition shows that some of the most offensive expansionist behaviour came from humanitarian icons.

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