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14 January 2019

An Oxford PhD Candidate Finds Inspiration at the Institute

Leandra Bias (pictured) completed a three-week stay at the Institute as part of her doctoral research and funded by the Europaeum Oxford-Geneva Bursary. Of Greek heritage but born and raised in Zurich,...

Refugees people
14 January 2019

Global Health Disruptors: Migration

Migration has always been part of human history. The overall number of migrants across the world has remained stable over the past decade, but in recent years we have seen an unprecedented level of movement...

Balance concept of law and justice
07 January 2019

Le Brexit et la Suisse

On le sait bien, le Brexit et la Suisse sont étroitement liés dans la tête des Européens. L’expérience des accords bilatéraux avec la Suisse est une raison de l’inflexibilité de l’Union vis-à-vis de la...

07 January 2019

Professor Susanna Hecht Awarded the David Livingstone Centenary...

Recipient of the David Livingstone Centenary Medal and Professor of International History, Susanna Hecht, pictured on far right. Susanna Hecht, Professor of International History, was awarded the David...

19 December 2018

Al Jazeera Documentary Showcases Professor Mohamedou’s Research...

On 18 December 2018, Al Jazeera International (English) premiered a new documentary on violent extremism featuring the work of Graduate Institute International History Professor and Chair of the International...

Hands raised
19 December 2018

Promoting Participative Democracy

During the World Forum for Democracy, held on 19-21 November 2018 in Strasbourg, the Albert Hirschman Centre on Democracy made a presentation on debates around participatory democracy in the context of ...

19 December 2018

Changer le monde?

Flora Demaegdt (Leturcq), étudiante de 2e année de master en études du développement "Crise des migrants, famines, désastre écologique, rupture du multilatéralisme, violences faites aux femmes… les défis...

13 December 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 December 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...

12 December 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...