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Nature and digital: A historical view from Geneva

Jovan Kurbalija

Three hundred years ago, Charles Bonnet was born in the thriving intellectual epicentre of Geneva. Botanist, lawyer, philosopher, psychologist, and politician were but a few parts of what was a rich life of academic p...

Gender and diplomatic training – towards better curricula and holistic approaches

Katharina Höne

Our WebDebate in November focused on the question: ‘What is needed for a curriculum on Gender and Diplomacy in diplomatic training academies?’ The debate produced the first building blocs for a curriculum and pilo...

Introducing the Geneva Gender Map

Barbara Rosen Jacobson

Gender equality is undeniably important in diplomacy. The need for women’s political participation has been repeatedly emphasised. The UN Secretary-General’s 2012 Five-Year Action Agenda stressed the importance of...

[Briefing #9] Internet governance in October 2014 The dance of the Titans

Geneva Internet Platform

A webinar digest: Geneva Briefing on Internet Governance (4 November 2014) To assist diplomats in grasping the complexity of this multidisciplinary and multistakeholder political environment, and to bring them up to s...

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