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Is the United Nations in Geneva failing as a global people’s forum?

For an international gathering of such importance (the ECOSOC meeting was one of several major events at the Palais), it seems extraordinary that both...

Chappatte and the stifling of graphic satire

As part of Global Geneva’s regular profiling of cartoonists collaborating with the Geneva-based Cartooning for Peace Foundation, we examine the position of Patrick Chappatte,...

Remembering Anne Frank – and Buddy Elias, guardian of a teenage legacy

As with so many young people, I had read Anne Frank’s diary while a junior high school student at the Schiller Gymnasium in Cologne,...

Caribbean Dreams – Economic Nightmares

This article is part of Global Geneva’s Focus series on Oceans. Updated 12 July 2019. Grand Bahama, one of an estimated 700 islands that constitute...

The U.N.’s Michael Møller: Placing International Geneva on the global frontline

“Most people now closing the doors are going to be just as affected as the ones they are closing the doors to…” (Michael Møller,...

Transnational Red Sea project that could help save Earth’s coral reefs

This article is part of Global Geneva's FOCUS series on Oceans for our Special Summer Edition 2019. It’s not everyday a scientist gets to work...

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Global Geneva is launching a FOCUS series over the next few months with Oceans as its main theme. We are also preparing a Special...

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