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The Graduate Institute and Plan International Hosted a Debate for the International Day of the Girl

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09 Nov 2016

On the 11th October 2016, the event at Maison de la paix highlighted the challenges girls face regarding education, healthcare, child marriage, equal opportunity and sexual violence.

Ban Ki-Moon at the Graduate Institute:"Get Ready To Lead The World"

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10 Oct 2016

On the 3 Oct 2016, the Graduate Institute was honoured to welcome United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki-moon for a lecture.

Brexit Analysis from EADI Members (updated)

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05 Jul 2016

Many EADI members offer insightful analysis and comments on Brexit.

Webinar Informs About Part-Time Executive Master

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23 Feb 2016

17:00-17:45 (Geneva time) – This is an interactive info session about the Executive Master in International Negotiation and Policy-Making (INP), hosted for prospective candidates to learn about the content, format, expectations and overall experience. Registrations are requested in advance.

How Can We Eradicate Hunger by 2030?

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17 Dec 2015

Professor Elisabeth Prügl, Director of the Graduate Institute’s Programme on Gender and Global Change talks about food insecurity through an intersectional perspective.

A team of researchers in Switzerland, Ghana and Cambodia are engaged in the six-year research project DEMETER, which explores how the promotion of gender equality impacts food security.

Graduate Institute Launches Digital Library

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12 Oct 2015

The Graduate Institute has released its new Digital Collections website, with hundreds of historically significant books, photographs, archives and manuscripts now available for free, open access, in ultra-high definition.

The Kathryn and Shelby Cullom Davis Library is also proud to offer a new digitalisation-upon-demand service.

The Birth of Humanitarian Economics

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28 Sep 2015

A new book from Gilles Carbonnier, Professor of Development Economics and Director of Studies at The Graduate Institute, traces the emergence of an important new field of study dealing with the economic dynamics of armed conflicts, disasters and terrorism.

Graduate Institute Launches New Projects on Ebola Gridlock-Breaking and Feminist Economics

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18 Aug 2015

Ilona Kickbusch, Adjunct Professor and Director of the Global Health Programme, and Christine Verschuur, Senior Lecturer of Anthropology and Sociology of Development, both from the Graduate Institute, have had their research projects chosen for funding by the Swiss Network for International Studies (SNIS).

Graduate Institute Professor Wins Award for Paper on Sustainability

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27 Apr 2015

The SNIS International Geneva Committee has selected Prof. Liliana Andonova’s paper "Boomerangs to Partnerships? Explaining State Participation in Transnational Partnerships for Sustainability" among the three winning papers, out of a total of 18 high-level articles submitted for the award.

Financing for Development Conference - Graduate Institute, Geneva

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18 Dec 2014

This upcoming conference at EADI premium member the Graduate Institute in Geneva will present new and enduring questions in development finance for Low-Income Developing Countries. Jeffrey Sachs (The Earth Institute, Columbia University) will be keynote speaker. The conference will take place on Thursday 16 April 2015 and Friday 17 April 2015.

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