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Breaking the silence

Breaking the silence

Special Adviser to the Secretary-General on Addressing Racism in the Workplace, promoting candid conversations about racism at the UN

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Chronicles of everyday diplomacy

Chronicles of everyday diplomacy

In September 2021, the International Geneva community – just like the rest of the world – was still adjusting to the ‘new normal’ of the post-COVID-19 era. Events and conferences were mostly taking...

Chronicles of everyday diplomacy

Chronicles of everyday diplomacy

Institutions and causes are larger than the individuals who serve them.  At times, emblems can be strategically placed to remind people of this.

Chronicles of everyday diplomacy

Chronicles of everyday diplomacy

If a conference were a piece of music, it would be a symphony.  Most of the hard work is done in composing and rehearsing. Nerves are increasingly on edge as the opening night approaches. It...

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New opportunities in leadership

New opportunities in leadership

Kira Kruglikova, the newly appointed Chief of Administration at UNOG, tells us about her life as one of the leading figures at UN Geneva

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The power of Pakistan

Ambassador Khalil Hashmi is optimistic for the future of his country, as it promises to deliver on strong social and economic promises

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The power of Pakistan

The power of Pakistan

Ambassador Khalil Hashmi is optimistic for the future of his country, as it promises to deliver on strong social and economic promises

EDUCATION

An international education

An international education

An insight into the importance of peace and development in schools with Conrad Hughes, Director of the Ecole Internationale de Genève

EDUCATION

An international education

An international education

An insight into the importance of peace and development in schools with Conrad Hughes, Director of the Ecole Internationale de Genève

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Leaving a legacy of empowerment

Leaving a legacy of empowerment

Jo Butler is an international lawyer who worked for the UN. She now runs an online charity store called ‘Schoolery: jewels for schools’

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