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24 May 2018

Agathe Schwaar reçoit le Student Leadership Award décerné pour...

Agathe Schwaar, étudiante en 2e année de master en études du développement, est l’heureuse lauréate de ce prix, créé sur la proposition de l’Association des étudiants (GISA) de l’Institut. Il récompense...

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24 May 2018

Two-speed Europe: A new East-West divide?

The question of a multispeed Europe being central to the debate on EU reform, on 22 May the Institute’s Albert Hirschman Centre on Democracy brought together leading voices on democratisation of EU politics...

23 May 2018

Religion et violence en Afrique : une conférence dansée

Le 22 mai, le professeur Jean-François Bayart et le danseur Alioune Diagne ont conjugué leurs modes respectifs d’expression lors d’une « conférence dansée», un rendez-vous de la chaire Yves Oltramare qui...

16 May 2018

International History Doctoral Day showcases PhD research

On 27 April, PhD students with the support of the International History Department organised Doctoral Day, an annual event which lets students present their research in front of an audience. Maylis Avaro,...

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16 May 2018

What can a feminist analysis of solidarity economy practices...

On 3 and 4 May, the Graduate Institute’s Gender Centre organised "Bubbling up. Solidarities, Feminisms and Social Reproduction", a conference exploring how production, exchange and redistribution practices...

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15 May 2018

Stephen Holmes: “lying doesn’t bother Trump”

On 7 May, the Institute’s Albert Hirschman Centre on Democracy hosted Stephen Holmes, Professor of Law at New York University and an expert on the evolution of liberalism, for a talk entitled Can Liberalism...

14 May 2018

How should trade disputes be resolved?

The members of the World Trade Organization regards dispute settlement as one of the central pillar of the multilateral trading system and vitally important to the global economy. Since 1995, over 500...

11 May 2018

UN Global Compact for Migration – could do better

Today, 258 million people, around 3.4% of the world’s population, are living outside their country of birth. What kind of global governance framework is needed to address migration? At a public event on...

11 May 2018

Annabelle Littoz-Monnet’s UNESCO research honoured at UN in Geneva

On 4 May, the UN Library hosted an event honouring Graduate Institute professor Annabelle Littoz-Monnet and Mark Goodale of University of Lausanne, co-winners of this year's Swiss Network for International...

09 May 2018

Retrait des États-Unis de l’accord nucléaire iranien : réactions

L’annonce du retrait des États-Unis de l'accord sur le nucléaire iranien est inacceptable et risque d’empoisonner le jeu régional, selon nos professeurs Marcelo Kohen et Jean-François Bayart. Selon Marcelo...