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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.

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14 May 2019
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16 April 2019
Join us for a panel discussion with a UN Geneva archivist and two authors of separate books on Drummond’s and Hammarskjöld’s personalities and characters, to explore their legacies in shaping multilateralism and the UN system with a focus on the ICS’ nature.
26 March 2019
Climate change is becoming the most important systemic risk humankind and the planet are likely to face in the near future. The socio-economic and political implications of climate change are clearly apparent and a race is on, in which climate change appears to move faster than the solutions we are deploying. This Library Talk will give you a better view of this important topic and help you judge whether or not we are on the brink of a global emergency.
12 March 2019
This debate will explore the principles and ideas underpinning multilateralism against a complex background of climate change, the rise of technology and the future of the global economy. It will also discuss the role of eminent personalities who shaped international affairs and how the nature of leadership has changed in the 21st century, with the rise of modern multilateralism.
5 March 2019
Disarmament is a matter of universal concern with a prominent place on the international agenda since the League of Nations. Join us to discuss the evolution of disarmament as we celebrate the 40th anniversary of the Conference on Disarmament.
21 February 2019
On International Mother Language Day, join us in a discussion with experts working to keep languages from going extinct.
29 January 2019
Join speakers from academia and international organizations as they reflect on the global refugee crisis and discuss how the current protection frameworks can serve families on the move.

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