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13 décembre 2018

From the Nuremberg Trials to Now, Philippe Sands Examines International...

Philippe Sands, Professor of Law at University College London and practicing barrister at Matrix Chambers, was invited by the Graduate Institute and the Geneva Academy of International Humanitarian Law...

12 décembre 2018

Cédric Tille: Ten Years after the Financial Crisis, What Have...

Academics and policy makers have learnt several insights from the crisis. Interestingly, many of these are a re-discovery of issues that were understood but had been viewed as secondary. The first lesson...

12 décembre 2018

Gilets jaunes: le difficile passage au politique

«Qu’ils viennent me chercher!», avait lancé Emmanuel Macron, l'été dernier, à ceux qui lui demandaient des comptes. «Président, nous voilà!», répondent les Gilets jaunes.   Suite aux mouvements des gilets...

06 décembre 2018

Student Perspectives: Pursuing a Dual Master

Currently pursuing a Dual Master in Global Health and International Affairs/Development Studies at the Graduate Institute and the Université de Genève, Yejin Lee describes the advantages of studying and...

05 décembre 2018

Le double master en santé globale, un programme de pointe au...

Alors que les défis de la santé globale s’intensifient, le Global Studies Institute de l’Université de Genève (GSI) et l’Institut proposent depuis 2017 un double master dans le domaine de la santé globale....

05 décembre 2018

Nurses Will Help Turn the Promise of Universal Health Care into...

In the U.S. midterm elections, Lauren Underwood, a 31-year-old African-American nurse and former senior adviser with the U.S. government on public health emergencies was elected to Congress. Paula Risikko,...

30 novembre 2018

Umut Yüksel : I Am Grateful for the Job Opportunites Provided...

Umut Yüksel, PhD Student in International Relations/Political Science I am currently in the fourth year of my PhD in International Relations/Political Science (IR/PS). I was born in Ankara, Turkey, but...

30 novembre 2018

Columbia University Team Wins 2018 Geneva Challenge on Climate...

The Geneva Challenge was launched in 2014 under the patronage of the late Kofi Annan and with the generous support of Ambassador Jenö Staehelin. This contest aims to present innovative and pragmatic solutions...

28 novembre 2018

Cédric Dupont: What’s Next for Brexit?

The future relationship between the United Kingdom and the European Union is hinging on the next few days as Prime Minister, Theresa May attempts to glean votes for her Brexit deal before a final vote...

European flag in front of Big Ben, London
23 novembre 2018

Lord Mark Malloch-Brown: Brexit’s Effect on Europe

Lord Mark Malloch-Brown, former Deputy Secretary-General of the United Nations and previous member of the British Cabinet and Foreign Office, was invited by the Graduate Institute for a public lecture...