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.
Side Event of the 38th session of the Human Rights Council.
Opening of a beautiful exhibition «As Marias» of Leca Araujo, a curious perspective of Brazil through women
Ensuring the rights to Truth, Justice and Reparations for survivors of sexual violence in armed conflict
Side event of the 38th session of the Human Rights Council.
Unique exhibition on girls’ education involving a large temporary arts structure and a damaged classroom in the grounds of the Palais des Nations.
Annual Full Day of discussion on the rights of women and oral updates at the 38th session of the Human Rights Council.
SEVEN stories, SEVEN women. Performed as a reading in more than 42 countries, SEVEN the play tells the stories of seven courageous women activists from Russia, Pakistan, Nigeria, Northern Ireland, Afghanistan, Guatemala and Cambodia who overcame abuse of power and advanced Women’s rights. First time ever in Geneva and at the United Nations, this major event will be opened by a powerful performance by world-renowned opera singer Barbara Hendricks.
Jill Abramson, Senior Lecturer at Harvard University, in partnership with the Permanent Mission of the United States to the United Nations, will explore key female voices.