Genève internationale: une mine d’or si mal exploitée

La Suisse a beaucoup de peine à faire comprendre ce que son incroyable biotope d’humanitaires, d'universitaires, d'entrepreneurs, de chercheurs, de décideurs et de militants peut offrir au monde. (English version of this...

Business as usual: no longer acceptable for young people

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For my 20 year-old son, who is studying finance at Edinburgh University, engaging with business investment and social entrepreneurship is what matters. In other words, unlike his father, he is a born...

Swiss Journeys: Neuchâtel – combining nature and culture (Part I)

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The following is Part I of two-article reportage by Italo-Swiss journalist Luisa Ballin on the Canton of Neuchâtel as part of Swiss Journeys, our regular Global Geneva series of discovery. (Also to be published in...

“Mindf*ck”: Adventures with the Cambridge terminator

The driving force behind both events, Wylie insists, was a previously little known contractor, Cambridge Analytica, created in 2014. Wylie has direct knowledge of what he is talking about. After finishing his studies at...

2020 Martin Ennals Award nominations: Three exceptional women

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The following is part of Global Geneva's ongoing commitment to the reporting of 'international Geneva' themes, including human rights. Representing 10 of the world’s leading human rights organizations, notably Amnesty International, Human Rights Watch, Brot...

Kurdistan: After such knowledge, what forgiveness?  

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The following article by American journalist and author Jonathan Randal is part of Global Geneva's commitment to highlight and report on "international Geneva" themes ranging from war and refugees to human rights, humanitarian response...
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Klaus Schwab: Geneva’s unlikeliest revolutionary

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This is a slightly revised version of an article that was first published in the Oct/Nov 2017 print and e-edition of Global Geneva magazine. Two clichés about the Davos meeting of the World Economic Forum are...

The ARTacama Project- Art Meets Science Mapping the Cosmic Microwave Background

Mark Devlin is an experimental cosmologist exploring the underlying structure of the universe.  Jackie Tileston is an artist, and Christine Pfister not only heads one of Philadelphia’s most innovative galleries for contemporary art, but...

Expedition in the Congo rediscovers lost primate  

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The last time there was a sighting of Bouvier’s red colobus disco was all the rage, the Internet was non-existent, and Madonna still referred solely to the mother of God. But then the African monkey...

Genève internationale perd son tamtam

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This piece by Swiss journalist and author Daniel Wermus was first published by The Essential Edge Monday, 10 June, 2013. VERSION FRANCAISE. Genève, tes journalistes foutent le camp ! Aucune statistique officielle ne le confirme,...