Exhibition at the Rotonde of the Mont-Blanc: 100 years of Multilateralism in Geneva
To bring the history of multilateralism in Geneva closer to the public, UN Geneva is bringing an exhibition to the shores of Lake Geneva in April. The exhibition, entitled “100 Years of Multilateralism in Geneva,” will comprise of 20 panels tracing the evolution of multilateralism from the establishment of the League of Nations to the activities of the United Nations today.
The exhibition will present historical archives and other visual material from the history of the League and the UN. The panels will show documents such as treaties and important letters, photographs of key events and artefacts such as Nobel Peace Prizes, infographics and other visual material on the activities of the United Nations and the International Geneva more broadly, as well as UN75 Dialogues.
The public will have the opportunity to learn about the century of multilateral history that has to a large extent been shaped in Geneva and to understand what makes Geneva the city of international cooperation and multilateralism today.
More information coming soon.