The war in Ukraine is fast approaching its one-year anniversary, with no real clarity when the fighting and the humanitarian crisis will end. Geneva’s international agencies have been the first responders in alleviating the pain and suffering of millions of those displaced or injured by the war and will continue to lead those efforts in the future. The war has created a humanitarian catastrophe that has reached far beyond Ukraine’s borders accelerating the global food and energy crisis. How can Geneva and the world meet the increasing humanitarian demands and what more can be done to help?
- Ambassador Thomas Greminger, Director, Geneva Centre for Security Policy
- Ambassador Jürg Lauber, Permanent Representative of Switzerland to the United Nations and International Organizations in Geneva
- Mr Mark Walsh, Deputy Programme Responsible, Médecins Sans Frontières (Switzerland)
- Ms Marie Lequin, Head of Region Eurasia, Geneva Call
- Ms Miren Bengoa, Director, Foundation Chaîne du Bonheur
- Dr Christina Schori Liang, Senior Advisor, Research and Policy Advice Department, Geneva Centre for Security Policy