The Library of the United Nations Office at Geneva organizes events that bring together members of the international community with the Geneva public to exchange information and ideas on subjects that are of key importance to the United Nations.
Join us and be inspired!
28 March 2017
Rejoignez-nous pour explorer le monde du design d’intérieur avec, au programme, une présentation du livre de Jacques Barsac et une exposition sur les oeuvres de Charlotte Perriand au Palais des Nations, suivie d’une discussion avec le public. Une réception et une scéance de signature du livre viendront clôturer l’évènement.
20 March 2017
Join us for the launch of this publication and participate in a discussion with Geneva
Gender Champions and other experts on concrete ways forward to realizing gender
balance in intergovernmental forums.
20 March 2017
10 March 2017
When discussing gender issues, you may have heard of the “glass ceiling” effect. What does it look like from an individual perspective?This event offers the possibility to learn more about personal experiences of women working within the UN system at different career stages and in different fields. Moreover, the panellists will examine structural challenges and open a constructive dialogue with the audience on ways to a work environment fostering equality.
23 February 2017
Join us for the presentation of "Inside the Green Economy: Promises and Pitfalls" and "Green Growth: Ideology, Political Economy and the Alternatives" books, combined with an enthralling discussion.
21 February 2017
Come and join us for this exciting discussion between a diplomat and experts in linguistics and interpretation!
10 February 2017
Melissa Fleming, former UNHCR spokesperson, will be the guest of our Library to present her book on a refugee's harrowing story in a debate with UNOG Director-General Michael Møller, followed by questions and answers with the audience.
19 January 2017
Join us for this event and hear our experts talk about professional and public speaking, looking at gender perspectives and challenges, and making recommendations to elevate women’s voices, foster parity and organizational change.