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Media dialogues: Dina Aboughazala

Media dialogues: Dina Aboughazala

Having developed a 14-year international career with the BBC, Dina Aboughazala founded Egab, working with a network of journalists in the Middle East and Africa

PHOTO OF THE MONTH
Chronicles of everyday diplomacy

Chronicles of everyday diplomacy

It is fair to say that our beloved “tip-of-the-lake city-state,” renowned for its discretion and confidentiality, receives fewer visits from pop idols than human rights celebrities.  ...

Chronicles of everyday diplomacy

Chronicles of everyday diplomacy

With the striking backdrop of Lac Léman, the peaceful grounds of the Palais feel worlds away from communities wracked by conflict or crisis.  In this oasis, opening a window to the outside...

Chronicles of everyday diplomacy

Chronicles of everyday diplomacy

Hors-Service / Out of order. I shot this image at the International Conference Center Geneva (CICG) in December 2017, six and half years ago. Given the speed at which our technological world spins,...

3 QUESTIONS
Swimming for victory

Swimming for victory

Paralympian Nora Meister looks forward to her pursuit for a medal at this summer’s games in Paris

Dispelling science’s gender myths

Dispelling science’s gender myths

Award-winning Sunetra Gupta, novelist and Professor of Theoretical Epidemiology at the University of Oxford, reveals her pathway to success

Not backing down

Not backing down

Abena Ampofoa Asare dismantles the structures supporting racism, a fight we should not give up on

INSIDE VIEW
Paving a way for the future

Paving a way for the future

Assistant Secretary-General for Youth Affairs, Felipe Paullier, reveals how he aims to support generations to come

Change in action

Change in action

The work of UNECE regional advisers is both complex and rewarding; they plant the seed of many development projects and witness their completion

DIPLOMACY
DIPLOMACY

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
London calling

London calling

The capital city of England beckons visitors to its many attractions this summer

Get back to where you once belonged

Get back to where you once belonged

Damián Mahler is the creator of The Beatles Symphonic Fantasy, a musical masterpiece born in Argentina that is now traveling around the world

LEISURE
HEALTH
Quit, and get fit!

Quit, and get fit!

To celebrate World No Tobacco Day on 31 May, read how a smoking-free life could change your life

LIFESTYLE
Can you do the tango?

Can you do the tango?

A dance invented 144 years ago that is still in vogue. We talked to Gabriel Soria, President of the National Academy of Tango

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