This event will kick off International Women's Week. For Champions only.
Focal Points edition to celebrate International Women's Week and launch of the IGC 2018 Annual Report
Lunch briefing with Lore Vandewalle at the Graduate Institute in Geneva
L’Université de Genève (Service égalité et Bioscope) et les HUG organisent une formation continue sur le thème "Sexe, genre, sexualités".
In collaboration with UN Geneva and ILO, with the exceptional participation of Yalitza Aparicio.
A major report on the Future of Women at Work is scheduled to be released on International Women’s Day 2019.
The International Film Festival and Forum on Human Rights will open with the screening of On Her Shoulders, paying tribute to women human rights defenders around the world.
With case studies from Afghanistan, Iraq and Somalia, the side event will highlight how international assistance in mine action is unlocking the potential of women and youth to build more resilient communities.
A special screening hosted by H.E Ms. Rosemary McCarney, Ambassador and Permanent Representative of Canada, along with the Permanent Missions of Afghanistan and Germany, followed by a panel discussion in presence of the filmmaker.
IGC-Disarmament Impact Group side event: the importance of integrating gender perspectives in the Anti-Personnel Mine Ban Convention APLC
This exhibition is organized within the context of the International day for the elimination of violence against women, and of the '16 days of activism' campaign fighting violence against women.
Seventy years after the adoption of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, this event will highlight the contribution of women to the historic document and what it means to women in their daily lives. On the panel will be the Deputy High Commissioner of Human Rights, the Permanent Representative of Rwanda and an academic from Stockholm University in Sweden.
Dans le cadre de la journée internationale pour l’élimination de la violence à l’égard des femmes, le bureau de la promotion de l’égalité entre femmes et hommes et de prévention des violences domestiques (BPEV) organise chaque année un événement public.
A global paradox is emerging in which care workers - who are largely migrant women, often working in informal home settings - make a considerable contribution to public health in many countries but are themselves exposed to health risks, face barriers to accessing care, and enjoy few labour and social protections.
Mexico, Indonesia, Republic of Korea, Turkey and Australia are pleased to invite you to a seminar on women and innovation.
Du 14 au 25 novembre, la Ville de Genève et le festival Les Créatives s’engagent pour restituer l’espace public aux femmes. Comme son nom l’indique, l’espace public est censé appartenir à toutes et à tous. Pourtant, de jour comme de nuit, l’usage du domaine public est très inégal entre les femmes et les hommes.