This exhibition was originally planned for April, but was postponed due to the COVID-19 measures.
Week 20-24 April 2020: Geneva UN@75 Dialogues
One hundred years after the creation of the League of Nations, which would give rise to the United Nations, the Institute of Contemporary History (NOVA FCSH) presents, from a broad documentary and iconographic basis, an exhibition that
It’s our world. And our future. So it’s time for everyone, everywhere to talk about what we want our future to be.
The innovation team of the Division of Conference Management (DCM) at the United Nations Office at Geneva (UNOG) is organizing an exhibition about the evolution of translation and interpretation services in support of multilateralism o
This intergenerational dialogue focuses on the origins, main features and current political challenges of the International Civil Service (ICS).
A panel discussion exploring the important role of history in shaping political futures.
A debate celebrating and highlighting the historic importance women have played in shaping multilateralism and international thought.
Not many know that the United Nations were celebrated even before the creation of the UN in 1945. Indeed, the UN was celebrated before 1945 when the Charter was signed.
The creation of the League of Nations in 1919 marked both the beginning of modern multilateralism and the rise of international Geneva.