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Concise Atlas of International Geneva 2021/2022

by Dr. Olaf Wientzek, Sarah Ultes, Cedric Amon

Developments of international Geneva in maps

On the basis of key policy areas in Geneva, the "Concise Atlas of International Geneva 2021/2022" highlights the central importance of international Geneva for global developments and multilateralism.

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Despite being home to the United Nations′ second headquarters, the public often overlooks the importance of Geneva. The ′Concise Atlas of International Geneva 2021/2022′ argues that this is unfounded since the work of over 45 international organisations as well as of over 750 non-governmental organisations located here, shapes multilateral diplomacy like few other places in the world. On the basis of key policy areas in Geneva such as human rights, humanitarian aid, flight and migration, global trade, digital affairs, global health, labour or peace and security, the atlas highlights the central importance of international Geneva for global developments and multilateralism.

 

The maps and dashboards featured above represent a small selection.

The complete "Concise Atlas of International Geneva 2021/2022" is available in PDF.

To order a printed version, please contact us at: Sarah.Ultes@kas.de

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Dr. Olaf Wientzek

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Director of the Multinational Development Policy Dialogue Brussels

olaf.wientzek@kas.de +32 2 669 31 70
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Sarah Ultes

Sarah Ultes

Research Assistant

sarah.ultes@kas.de +41 22 748 70 73
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Cedric Amon

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Research Associate

Cedric.Amon@kas.de +41 22 748 7070

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