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.
An interactive panel discussion on the challenges that women working in international law have faced and overcome, and the opportunities that they have taken and see for women in the future.
On the occasion of the 70th anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, the actress Amber Heard will share her captivating story and discuss her perspective on gender equality, LGBTI rights and much more.
This side event is organized in the form of a panel discussion dedicated to a very topical issue at the current moment - increasing female participation in the UN peace operations.
Welcome to an IGC-only breakfast that will bring together trade negotiators, human rights activists and think tanks for a thoughtful discussion on the links between women’s rights and trade.
Special lunch to celebrate the successful launch of the Gender Responsive Assemblies Toolkit at UNGA in New York and to discuss how Gender Responsive Assemblies can be made a reality by 2020.
UN Secretary-General’s Agenda for Disarmament and concrete measures to achieve the Agenda’s call for the “equal, full and effective participation of women in all decision-making processes related to disarmament”.
This event will have as its objective to inspire leaders to make long-term commitments to make Geneva more girl- and young woman-friendly, and how leaders in Geneva can meaningfully engage young women in their work and empower them to make change.
Fear as a driving force? Sketch of a reflection on the effects of fear on the Quebec feminist movement
The purpose of this seminar is to provide an exchange platform for students, including doctoral students, whose research incorporates a gender perspective.
This session will explore the opportunities to design and implement international trade policy to support women in e-commerce with Australia, Danish and Australian academics and TradeMark East Africa at the WTO Public Forum. An IGC Trade Impact Group event.