United Nations Office at Geneva Museum

The United Nations Office at Geneva is collaborating with the Martin Bodmer Foundation and the International Committee of the Red Cross to bring 3 exhibitions to the city of Geneva.

Entitled 100 Years of Multilateralism in Geneva, this exhibition will present unique documents from the UN archives, the exhibition explores the evolution of the multilateral system since the creation of the League of Nations to the work of the United Nations today.

It outlines the contours of multilateralism and highlights the exceptional role that Geneva plays on the international level, while revealing some of the little-known aspects of multilateral diplomacy. The documents exhibited invite visitors both to understand the place of multilateralism in the functioning of the contemporary international system and start thinking about its evolution and future.

  • From 8 October 2019 to 30 April 2020, United Nations at Geneva Museum, Building B, Palais des Nations, Avenue de la Paix 8-14, Geneva
  • Free entrance
  • The UN Geneva Museum is open to everyone who has access to the Palais des Nations
  • For the visitors who do not have access to the Palais des Nations, guided tours are upon request only: museum-gva@un.org
  • Monday – Friday, 8.30 a.m. - 5.30 p.m.