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Inside Geneva

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Inside Geneva

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A podcast where Imogen Foulkes puts big questions facing the world to the experts working to tackle them in Switzerland’s international city. Produced as part of the Genève Vision media network, in partnership with the Graduate Institute Geneva.
 
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Geneva Intl.

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Students of the Graduate Institute, Geneva

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This series is developed by students, staff, research centers and the faculty at the Graduate Institute of International Studies and Development (IHEID). It will host podcasts on a plethora of topics that range from research and studying to aspects of international life in Geneva and at the Institute.
 
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Geneva Peace Week

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Geneva Peace Week

Geneva Peacebuilding Platform

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This is the official podcast of Geneva Peace Week, a leading annual forum in the international peacebuilding calendar. Subscribe now for a library of content about peacebuilding and rebuilding trust after disruption, and don't forget to tune into Geneva Peace Week at genevapeaceweek.ch.
 
Welcome 2 Geneva's Closett! My name Is Geneva and I'm the Producer & Talk Show Host. Geneva's Closett is a Full Service Media Business & Talk Show located in the Chicagoland area. Whether I’m doing an interview, discussing current issues, talking celebrity drama, relationships, family, business, having an online “Pajama Jam” or just an occasional rant. There’s always something for you in Geneva’s Closett.
 
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Geneva’s Closett

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Hey Everybody! My name is Geneva McClain and I'm the Creator & Host of Geneva’s Closett! GC is a Talk Show found on Youtube, Facebook & Instagram dedicated to providing you with information and news you've probably never heard of before. Whether it's Celebrity News or Injustice, I like to dig deep to expose When, Why, What, Where & How. Also, NEW to Geneva's Closett Podcast will be Book Readings! Only the Best, Sexy & Most Exciting Books will be featured! YOU DEFINITELY DON'T WANNA MISS GENE ...
 
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From war to food insecurity and climate change; would the world be a better, safer place if women took more decisions? Inside Geneva podcast host Imogen Foulkes is joined in this episode by women peace and security experts. “Participation of women in peace and security, obviously must go beyond an ‘add-women-and-stir’ approach,” says Julia Hofstett…
 
By the end of this month, the UN will have a new human rights chief. It’s sometimes called the UN’s toughest job. Inside Geneva host Imogen Foulkes talks exclusively to the leaders of the world’s top human rights groups, and asks them how they see the job. Ken Roth, Executive Director, Human Rights Watch: "The High Commissioner has no aid budget, t…
 
UN High Commissioner for Human Rights Michelle Bachelet will leave office at the end of August. The hunt is on for the world’s new human rights leader. Podcast host Imogen Foulkes asks former United Nations human rights chief Zeid Ra’ad Al Hussein what it is like to do the job. “Most of my time I was writing to governments, talking to them, calling…
 
Millions of people are going hungry due to severe droughts in the Sahel and in East Africa. The Inside Geneva podcast looks at how the international community should help, now and in the future. Podcast host Imogen Foulkes is joined in this episode by climate and humanitarian experts. “Two boys, twins, they’re one year old. They’re severely malnour…
 
Europe has shown a big welcome to refugees from Ukraine. The Inside Geneva podcast asks whether this generosity will be extended to others. Podcast host Imogen Foulkes is joined in this episode by refugee policy experts. “The Ukraine crisis has really humanised the refugee issue, people have been able to see women, children, men in extremely diffic…
 
This week on Inside Geneva host Imogen Foulkes discusses NATO, neutrality, and the new world order. Is neutrality even possible in response to the invasion of Ukraine? Sara Hellmüller, Geneva Graduate Institute: "The law of neutrality is very clear, so the law of neutrality applies to the military domain and says that a country is not allowed to pa…
 
Podcast host Imogen Foulkes is joined in this episode by global health experts. “We should look at why zoonotic events happen, and maybe start banning wildlife trading. A new pandemic treaty should address the way we grow food and breed animals,” says Nicoletta Dentico, head of the global health programme at the Society for International Developmen…
 
May 3rd is Press Freedom Day, but around the world, journalists are being harassed, oppressed, even attacked. This Inside Geneve podcast looks how at what more can be done to better journalists. Podcast host Imogen Foulkes is joined in this by episode by journalists and NGOs that defend press freedom. “We need to work on ending the culture of impun…
 
Evidence of atrocities in Ukraine has been met with accusations of war crimes and tougher sanctions against Russia. The Inside Geneva podcast looks at what this means. Podcast host Imogen Foulkes is joined in this episode by human rights and sanctions experts. “Putin has made Russia a pariah, we have to deal with that at this moment. There are no h…
 
In a few short weeks, a quarter of Ukraine’s population has been displaced. The Inside Geneva podcast asks what this means for other refugee crises. Podcast host Imogen Foulkes is joined in this episode by humanitarian experts. “We will respond wherever there are humanitarian needs, regardless of where they are, and we urge that this compassion rea…
 
The UN High Commissioner for Human Rights will visit China, but can she get an accurate picture of the situation? Podcast host Imogen Foulkes is joined in this episode by experts on China and human rights. Rights groups accuse Beijing of having interned over a million Uyghurs in so-called “re-education camps” in Xinjiang. “Michelle Bachelet will be…
 
Podcast host Imogen Foulkes is joined in this episode by international history and human rights experts. “If Russia tries to occupy all of Ukraine, that’s going to end up in a total disaster, and an ongoing civil conflict for years on end. If they divide the country, that’s just going to breed new conflict,” says Jussi Hanhimäki, professor of inter…
 
What are frozen conflicts? Did you know that over 3 million people living in Eurasia today are affected by frozen conflicts? Their lives have been frozen in these conditions of political uncertainty and insecurity because while these armed conflicts have been suspended, no peace treaties have been agreed upon to permanently end them.In this episode…
 
Podcast host Imogen Foulkes is joined in this episode by human rights defenders and investigators. Human rights advocates bring their testimonies of atrocities to the UN – often at great risk to themselves – because it often is their last and only hope. “I survived, I was able to finally leave the country, but if I hadn’t been able to do that, I wo…
 
In January the ICRC was hacked, compromising the data of half a million vulnerable people. But how vulnerable are aid agencies themselves to cyber-attacks? Podcast host Imogen Foulkes is joined in this episode by cybersecurity and humanitarian experts. “It’s an attack on people who are already living in the anxiety of being separated from their fam…
 
Henry Dunant witnessed the horrors of the battle of Solferino in 1859. This gave birth to his vision for the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) and the first Geneva Convention. But how relevant is his vision in the 21st century? Podcast host Imogen Foulkes is joined in this episode by humanitarian and international law experts. “Outer …
 
Millions of Afghans have not been paid for months as foreign aid – which used to fund 75% of Afghanistan’s public spending – was frozen following the Taliban’s takeover of Afghanistan in August 2021. Podcast host Imogen Foulkes is joined in this episode by humanitarian aid workers. “You see girls being essentially sold, girls as young as six, seven…
 
It’s been a tough year: Covid as well as crises in Afghanistan and in Myanmar, to name but three. "You see the kind of populist rhetoric, and the xenophobia and racism and so on infecting what were supposedly advanced democracies," Rupert Colville of UN Human Rights tells host Imogen Foulkes. Despite the grim events of the past year, Geneva-based a…
 
The Covid-19 pandemic, a Biden-Putin face-to-face summit and record humanitarian crises: Geneva-based journalists reflect on a busy year and offer a glimpse into the future. Podcast host Imogen Foulkes is joined in this episode by fellow Geneva-based correspondents who work for international news outlets. Covid-19 dominated the news for the second …
 
Covid-19 has dominated our lives for almost two years. Vaccines have been developed in record time, yet nearly half the world’s population has not received a single dose. What has gone wrong? Imogen Foulkes is joined in this podcast episode by global health and policy experts. “How do you solve this in the longer term? You don’t want to be in this …
 
Decolonization has become a buzzword of late, especially in the wake of the Black Lives Matter movement and the toppling of statues of figures tied to a nation's colonial past. Humanitarian work is also being more closely scrutinized. What does it tell us about our colonial history? Imogen Foulkes is joined in this episode by policy experts and aid…
 
The increase in extreme weather events worldwide is evidence that climate change is already impacting our lives. The hardest hit of the global population are people in developing countries. Host Imogen Foulkes puts the spotlight in this episode on what humanitarian agencies are expecting from leaders at COP26, the UN Climate Change conference takin…
 
Geneva Peace-Cast is a new series highlighting solutions emerging from Geneva Peace Week, produced by Interpeace and Fondation Hirondelle in coordination with Geneva Peacebuilding Platform. This podcast is launched on the occasion of Geneva Peace Week’s 2021 edition, happening live at Maison de la Paix and online from November 1 to Nov.5. Episode 2…
 
Geneva Peace-Cast is a new series highlighting solutions emerging from Geneva Peace Week, produced by Interpeace and Fondation Hirondelle in coordination with Geneva Peacebuilding Platform. This podcast is launched on the occasion of Geneva Peace Week’s 2021 edition, happening live at Maison de la Paix and online from November 1 to Nov.5. Episode 3…
 
Geneva Peace-Cast is a new series highlighting solutions emerging from Geneva Peace Week, produced by Interpeace and Fondation Hirondelle in coordination with Geneva Peacebuilding Platform. This podcast is launched on the occasion of Geneva Peace Week’s 2021 edition, happening live at Maison de la Paix and online from November 1 to Nov.5. Episode 1…
 
Geneva Peace-Cast is a new series highlighting solutions emerging from Geneva Peace Week, produced by Interpeace and Fondation Hirondelle in coordination with Geneva Peacebuilding Platform. This podcast is launched on the occasion of Geneva Peace Week’s 2021 edition, happening live at Maison de la Paix and online from November 1 to Nov.5. Episode 4…
 
Geneva Peace-Cast is a new series highlighting solutions emerging from Geneva Peace Week, produced by Interpeace and Fondation Hirondelle in coordination with Geneva Peacebuilding Platform. This podcast is launched on the occasion of Geneva Peace Week’s 2021 edition, happening live at Maison de la Paix and online from November 1 to Nov.5. Episode 9…
 
Geneva Peace-Cast is a new series highlighting solutions emerging from Geneva Peace Week, produced by Interpeace and Fondation Hirondelle in coordination with Geneva Peacebuilding Platform. This podcast is launched on the occasion of Geneva Peace Week’s 2021 edition, happening live at Maison de la Paix and online from November 1 to Nov.5. Episode 8…
 
Geneva Peace-Cast is a new series highlighting solutions emerging from Geneva Peace Week, produced by Interpeace and Fondation Hirondelle in coordination with Geneva Peacebuilding Platform. This podcast is launched on the occasion of Geneva Peace Week’s 2021 edition, happening live at Maison de la Paix and online from November 1 to Nov.5. Episode 5…
 
Geneva Peace-Cast is a new series highlighting solutions emerging from Geneva Peace Week, produced by Interpeace and Fondation Hirondelle in coordination with Geneva Peacebuilding Platform. This podcast is launched on the occasion of Geneva Peace Week’s 2021 edition, happening live at Maison de la Paix and online from November 1 to Nov.5. Episode 7…
 
Geneva Peace-Cast is a new series highlighting solutions emerging from Geneva Peace Week, produced by Interpeace and Fondation Hirondelle in coordination with Geneva Peacebuilding Platform. This podcast is launched on the occasion of Geneva Peace Week’s 2021 edition, happening live at Maison de la Paix and online from November 1 to Nov.5. Episode 6…
 
Geneva Peace-Cast is a new series highlighting solutions emerging from Geneva Peace Week, produced by Interpeace and Fondation Hirondelle in coordination with Geneva Peacebuilding Platform. This podcast is launched on the occasion of Geneva Peace Week’s 2021 edition, happening live at Maison de la Paix and online from November 1 to Nov.5. Episode 1…
 
By Forum of Federations, Food4Humanity Is federalism a solution to the challenges of building sustainable peace in fragile and conflict-affected states? Can a federal peacebuilding approach be codified into a federalism ‘pathway for peace’? We explore the application of federalism as a peacebuilding mechanism, including opportunities, limitations, …
 
By War Child, International Labour Organisation (ILO) This is a War Child Podcast developed with young people in Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), the International Labour Organisation, the Managing Exits from Armed Conflict project, and the US Department of Labours’ International Labour Affairs Bureau. In this programme “Help them forget this ba…
 
By United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) The availability of high quality and innovative data as well as the computational capacity to analyse them are growing. These advances have a potential to improve our understanding of the complex,context-specific impacts of climatic and environmental events. They could provide a vital basis for anticip…
 
By United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) The availability of high quality and innovative data as well as the computational capacity to analyse them are growing. These advances have a potential to improve our understanding of the complex,context-specific impacts of climatic and environmental events. They could provide a vital basis for anticip…
 
By New York University Center on International Cooperation New and emerging technologies, data science, and other data-driven methods can bring immense potential to support peacebuilding and humanitarian work. However, we must recognize that these methods come with extreme risk to both the privacy and lives of vulnerable populations if the data is …
 
By University of Geneva, GCSP Listeners are invited to follow the journey of Jessica Libertini (US), Emma Ortuño Lattur (Spain), Eduardo Meñez (Philippines), Adriana Hondora (Zimbabwe), and Abubakar Yakubu (Nigeria) as they arrive in Geneva for UNIGE's MAS in International and European Security and the GCSP's Leadership in International Security Co…
 
By IHEID, WILPF For this year’s iteration of the Geneva Peace Week, one of the thematic tracks investigates topics related to “Moving Beyond Securitisation: What risks and new horizons for peacebuilding”. Military recruitment is a prerequisite for military engagement and as such it is often investigated with regard to the underlying strategies empl…
 
A podcast by Economics and Peace, Geneva Centre for Security Policy, IHEID Peacebuilding Initiative (Graduate Institute Geneva). Humanity is nearing a tipping point and facing challenges unparalleled in its short history. Many of these problems are global in nature, such as climate change, increasingly scarce stock and overuse of natural resources,…
 
Geneva Peace Week 2021 theme is From seeds to systems of peace: Weathering today’s challenges. Challenges to peace today have been compounded by the COVID19 pandemic. Geneva Peace Week 2021 nurtures seeds of peace in the new approaches and tools necessary to “weather” the contemporary challenges, while seeking to engage and affect change at the sys…
 
In 2015 the world set itself 17 very ambitious targets: the Sustainable Development Goals. To end hunger, eradicate poverty, ensure health and education for all. But are the SDGs over ambitious? And who decides who is meeting them, and who is backsliding? These are just two of the questions that host Imogen Foulkes puts to: Martin Gutmann, Editor o…
 
Diplomats and scientists often live in different worlds and don’t have open access to each other’s community. A new foundation known as the Geneva Science and Diplomacy Anticipator (GESDA) hopes to bring the two sides together. It took a first step by holding its first summit in the Swiss city from October 7-9. Host Imogen Foulkes went to the event…
 
Covid 19 has changed the way we work. But has it changed how we value work? Host Imogen Foulkes asks if our old workplace habits and hierarchies are about to become extinct. She speaks to Chidi King, head of gender diversity and inclusion at the International Labour Organisation. "Re-examining what we deem as a true value of a job has to be one of …
 
In Geneva, complex negotiations are underway to decide if a treaty is needed to control, or even ban, lethal autonomous weapons – or killer robots. Imogen Foulkes talks to experts, lawyers, and campaigners. "It’s about the risk of leaving life and death decisions to a machine process. An algorithm shouldn’t decide who lives or dies," says Neil Davi…
 
How have our attitudes to human rights changed since 9/11? What about our laws? Imogen Foulkes is joined by Fionnuala Ni Aolain, UN Special Rapporteur on Human Rights and Counterterrorism, and Gerald Staberock, Secretary-General of the World Organisation Against Torture. Has it become harder to defend human rights? Fionnuala Ni Aolain: The criminal…
 
The troops have left Afghanistan but aid agencies say they’re staying. How will that work, with the Taliban back in control? Join host Imogen Foulkes and regular analyst Daniel Warner who are joined by Marie Lequin of Geneva Call, an NGO that works to protect civilians caught up in armed conflicts, Ken Roth, Executive Director of Human Rights Watch…
 
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