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Chronicles of everyday diplomacy

Chronicles of everyday diplomacy

This image could have been shot at the Kennedy Space Center in the mid-1960s, if it was not for the laptop and cellphone giving it away. As a documentary photographer, one has got to cherish – and...

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.

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INSIDE VIEW
Just keep swimming!

Just keep swimming!

A candid intergenerational conversation about career navigation at the UN between one of UNCTAD’s longest serving staff members and a new employee

The power equilibrium

The power equilibrium

An insight into how an ombudsman thinks about power and what it really means to help people

DIPLOMACY
Balancing ambition and realism

Balancing ambition and realism

Morocco’s first President of the Human Rights Council, Ambassador Omar Zniber, reveals how he intends to lead the Council over the next year

DIPLOMACY
Balancing ambition and realism

Balancing ambition and realism

Morocco’s first President of the Human Rights Council, Ambassador Omar Zniber, reveals how he intends to lead the Council over the next year

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

UN MEMORIES
Expect the unexpected

Expect the unexpected

Robert Bruce Adolph, retired UN security advisor turned author, reveals how his eventful career at the UN has led to an equally eventful retirement

CULTURE
LEISURE
For the love of climbing

For the love of climbing

Afraid of heights? Quite the opposite! More and more New Yorkers are finding joy in scrambling upwards in the city’s numerous climbing gyms

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LIFESTYLE
LIFESTYLE
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