Kyanite by Mohamed Diagne. 2019 Youth Writes Second Prize Laureate

Please note: The Awards will be presented on Sunday, 8 September (1630 hours) at the Morges Book Festival as part of a special panel...

The Price of Purity by Maxine Rechter. 2019 Youth Writes First Prize Laureate

Please note: The Awards will be presented on Sunday, 8 September (1630 hours) at the Morges Book Festival as part of a special panel on youth...

Youth Writes – Young Journalists & Writers Programme Awards September, 2019

The purpose of Youth Writes is to encourage young people not only to improve their writing skills, but also their ability to discern what...

Helping young people to trust journalism – and counter fake news

The following article is part of Global Geneva's new Young Journalists' and Writers' Programme funded by the Fondation ALCEA and designed to make young...

Tim Berners-Lee, a SOLID defender of Internet users

Sir Tim, now 63, knighted in 2004, has made no secret of how dissatisfied he is with the way the Web is going.  He...

Sorry. Young Journalists & Writers workshop (Wednesday, 27 March 2019) at Ecogia, Versoix, is...

But please submit your stories and articles for the June, 2019 Global Geneva Youth Journalists & Writers Award. Closing date: 17 May, 2019. Send...

Geneva catches up with crypto – at its Polo Club

2 July 2018, updated 22 January 2019 But first some history. In the crypto world, that means what happened this year. Braving local criticism, Swiss Economics...

Israel: Fifty years of shrinking democracy

Geneva Hub is open to any member of the Global Geneva Support Community or guest writer at the invitation of the editors. The Right...

Counterpoint: Perfumed toilets: going round the S-bend?

The goddess Fortuna was often depicted on the walls of Roman lavatories. Probably because she brought luck. But many business heads have realized that...

Switzerland’s Global Compact: Making SDGs real

Constituting Switzerland’s first Global Compact Dialogue, over 200 business people, government and NGO representatives, as well as journalists and students, gathered in early February...

Dealing with poop: the virtues of perfume

The American doctor was standing in the shade of an acacia tree, scarcely shielded from the blistering midday heat of a Somali refugee camp....

You take the shot, we change the score: Social Entrepreneurship in Schools

Late last year, the Global Fund for AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria approached the International School of Geneva (Ecolint) with the possibility of engaging students...

What the new U.N. boss should do first

The international system desperately needs a counterweight to the diplomatic immobilism of decisions based on political expediency. One possible solution would be for the...

Travesty of Justice in Nepal  

A disappearance, to human rights advocates, is the worst crime imaginable. So why has the human rights movement - including Human Rights Watch and...

Humanitarianism under threat: How to keep your humanitarian principles when all around are losing...

The lights are dimming across the humanitarian space as more and more governments choose to ignore or disavow the humanitarian rules promulgated in more...