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Celebrating International Women's Day (8 March)






WOMAN


French OV with English sbutitles

WOMAN is a global project by world-renowned photographer Yann Arthus-Bertrand that gives voice to 2000 women in 50 different countries. The film was born of a desire to see the world through a woman’s eyes. Above all, it is a message of love and hope to all the women of the world, an attempt to understand their lives and to measure how far they have come and how far they still must go.

Join us after for a discussion on “Would the world be a better place if more women could decide?” with:
  • Yann Arthus-Bertrand, Photographer et co-director of the film
  • Michelle Bachelet, High-Commissioner for Human Rights (to be confirmed)

Moderation by Corinne Momal-Vanian, Director, Conference Management, UN Geneva

In partnership with the Permanent Mission of France to the United Nations Office and other international organizations in Switzerland

With the support of the International Geneva Welcome Centre and Cinerama Empire




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An initiative of the United Nations Information Service, Ciné ONU Geneva organizes regular film screenings on priority issues followed by discussions with panellists from the United Nations and other entities such as NGOs, academic institutions, permanent missions or film producers.

The aim is to raise awareness of UN priorities and activities among local audiences and to strengthen the profile of International Geneva. Film screenings in Geneva are organized regularly at Cinema Cinérama Empire (rue de Carouge 72-74), often in partnership with other UN agencies, permanent missions or other partners. In 2019, Ciné ONU Geneva is pleased to rely on the support of the Centre d’accueil de la Genève internationale (CAGI).

Ciné ONU was originally launched by the United Nations Regional Information Centre in Brussels in 2007. Since then, screenings are regularly organized in New York, Lisbon, London, Vienna and other cities. In Geneva, Ciné ONU was launched in 2014.

For more information, or to receive automatically information on future screenings, please contact cineONU@unog.ch.

Admission is free but seating is on a first-come, first-served basis. For more information, please contact cineONU@unog.ch.