"From the League of Nations to the United Nations"
The permanent exhibition “From the League of Nations to the United Nations”, invites visitors to interact with its exceptional archives, witnesses to the development of the international system since the early 20th century. Multilateral diplomacy, human rights, refugee protection, and economic and social development are among the themes addressed, from the pioneering work of the League of Nations to today's challenges faced by the United Nations in Geneva.
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“Women and Global Diplomacy: From Peace Movements to the United Nations”
The current temporary exhibition, “Women and Global Diplomacy: From Peace Movements to the United Nations,” features selected books, documents, artwork, and photographs from the United Nations at Geneva archival collections. The items in the exhibition span over a century and illustrate the influence of women like Bertha von Suttner, Käthe Kollwitz, Bertha Lutz, and Eleanor Roosevelt on the global landscape. Witness the evolution of women’s involvement in international affairs through the letters of women’s peace movements, disarmament petitions and the creation of the current Sustainable Development Goals to end inequality.
Visitors can enjoy the exhibition from May to October, 2018.
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