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Good morning, this is Kasmira and today, Geneva Solutions is celebrating two years of reporting on International Geneva.

Since we launched, just months after the Covid-19 outbreak, the world has changed dramatically, from geopolitics and the global economy to food and energy security. So has International Geneva. What will it look like in 20 years and how will this multilateral centre adapt to remain relevant? Join us next month to discuss at an event to mark our anniversary and to show our thanks to you, our readers, for all your support.

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Kasmira Jefford


Celebrate our anniversary with us

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📌 29 September | The future of International Geneva. Geneva Solutions will be hosting an apéro and a lively debate at our offices on Thursday 29 September to mark two years of reporting on International Geneva. The theme of the panel event is “What will International Geneva look like in 20 years? What are likely to be the biggest changes as well as threats that are likely to shape its course? How will it adapt and remain relevant?”

Register to attend here (EN)

Here's what happened this month

Opinion of the month

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🕊️ Martin Griffiths: 'I still hold onto hope'. The world is experiencing an overwhelming number of crises not seen in his forty years of aid work, writes Martin Griffiths, the United Nations' under-secretary-general for humanitarian affairs. But despite this grim picture, it's important not to lose sight of hope, he says, on the occasion of World Humanitarian Day on 19 August.

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