This online event will discuss the new report of the UN Working Group on Business and Human Rights on business-related human rights abuse in conflict and post-conflict contexts.
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This online session during the Geneva Peace Week, co-organized with Geneva Call, will discuss the preliminary results of a research project on two groups that have been involved in peace processes.
Due to the situation related to the COVID-19 pandemic, the ceremony will take place entirely online.
This panel discussion marks the Launch of our New Research Initiative, carried out jointly by our Swiss IHL Chair Robin Geiß and the ICRC.
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In this online event, some contributors to the new edition of Philip Alston and Frédéric Mégret’s book ‘The United Nations and Human Rights’ will examine the functions, procedures, and performance of the major UN organs dealing with human rights.
Diplo FoundationRight On
With less than a week remaining to what is likely to be the most contested US presidential election in decades, this webinar will discuss the precarious condition of electoral democracies in these challenging times.
This virtual side event will discuss the findings of the new report ‘Celebrating women in civil society and activism’ by Clement N. Voule, UN Special Rapporteur on the rights to freedom of peaceful assembly and of association.
This book is the outcome of a six-month research fellowship at the Geneva Academy carried out by Eric Tistounet, Chief of the Human Rights Council Branch at the Office of the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights.
Olivier Chamard/Geneva AcademyGHRP Annual Conference
The 2020 Annual Conference will focus on the connectivity between regional and global human rights mechanisms and relevant links with national systems, as well as on the effectiveness of these interactions in a number of policy areas.
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This online event – co-organized with FIAN International, WhyHunger, and the Human Rights Clinic at the Miami University School of Law – will reflect on the false and true solutions to ending hunger at its root causes in the U.S.