Articles by author: Julián Ginzo

Articles by author:

Julián Ginzo

The dream of empowering girls is happening

What does the International Day of the Girl Child mean for Malala Fund and how do you celebrate it? Young women and girls are passionate and eager to contribute to a better future. Some are advocating for curriculum reform and inventing climate solutions, while other...

Health Today

UN Today and Hirslanden present Health Today, a series of interviews with Swiss-based health experts who share their personal stories, their responsibilities at work, and how they foresee their job in the future. Today, we talk to Dr Conny Vrieling, Head of...

How prepared are you to suggest a change in the public sector?

When it comes to choosing a master’s in Public Policy, the options are varied. What does the University of Bath offer that makes this programme different from the rest? We offer a MSc that puts real-world policymaking at the heart of students’ learning. Our graduates...

The art of harmonising varied economies

You are the first Director of the IMF who comes from an emerging economy. How has this experience influenced your understanding and action on the challenges of developing countries? If there is one clear lesson from my experiences, it is the importance of building a...

Where diplomacy’s secrets lie

It's conservative, global and located in the heart of International Geneva. Its main guests? Celebrities of diplomacy. Its main challenge? Soft skills’ management. What’s the formula? “Staff must have five key skills: flexibility and multitasking (in order to switch...

What are you willing to change to avoid surgery?

What preventive treatment at present has the best impact on avoiding vascular conditions? Atherosclerosis is an ageing disease of the arteries for which the risk factors are known. Some are unchangeable, such as age and gender. The four main risk factors are smoking,...

Sustainable talks for sustainable actions

What does Geneva Macro Labs do exactly? Geneva Macro Labs aspires at making sustainability a reality. Convinced that now is the time to bring our combined knowledge and understanding to tackle global challenges, we offer a new, innovative way of leveraging the...

After the Covid don’t forget your flu jab

October is the window for flu vaccinations. Do we have to get the vaccine if we have already been vaccinated against Covid? What about those who will not have been vaccinated by then? Influenza (Flu) and COVID-19 cause contagious respiratory illnesses, yet there are...

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