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13 Sep - 15 Nov 2018
Les rendez-vous de la migration

Cycle de conférences, avec l'Hospice Général et Initiatives et Changement

25 Sep 2018
The Lost Peace in Yemen

Peace talks between Yemen’s legitimate government and Houthi rebels were planned for 6 September 2018 in Geneva under the auspices of the United Nations and its special envoy to Yemen, Martin Griffiths. For the first time in two years, the promise of a peaceful discussion between the two parties to find a solution to end the civil war was giving hope to millions of Yemeni citizens.

27 Sep 2018
Swissintel Event: AI for information professionals

Artificial Intelligence: opportunities and challenges for information professionals by Dr Jean-Marc Rickli

1 - 2 Oct 2018
La semaine de la démocratie 2018

Débat sur invitation uniquement. Organisé par le Geneva Centre for Security Policy (GCSP)

8 Oct 2018
Alumni Reception Addis Ababa

Connect with GCSP Alumni on the occasion of the 7th Orientation Course for Defence Officials for East African Countries

11 Oct 2018
Alumni "Connections & Conversations" Geneva

An informal after-work for Geneva based Alumni, current course participants and GCSP Fellows.

18 Oct 2018
Inauguration Reception - GCSP Alumni Community Hub - Belgrade

Connect with GCSP Alumni on the occasion of the official opening of the Belgrade Alumni Community Hub

23 Oct 2018
Leadership Development: A Top Strategic Priority

Roundtable for Heads of Leadership and Talent Development for Non-profit, Humanitarian and Government Organisations

3 Nov 2018
Alumni Reception Amman

Jordan Alumni connect with the local Community. 


Prof. Vitaly Naumkin

"It is important to come to Geneva, to be unbiased and to share views between experts on civil wars and conflicts."

Prof. Vitaly Naumkin, GCSP Associate Fellow
Dr Jon Alterman

"One of the interesting things about Geneva is how many different voices you can bring in."

Dr Jon Alterman, GCSP Associate Fellow
Amb. Jean-David Levitte

“Geneva is a place where peace can be built, and where the suffering of the poorest and weakest is taken into account.”

Amb. Jean-David Levitte, GCSP Associate Fellow