The Geneva Graduate Institute is pleased to invite you to the launch event of the 2024 edition of the Geneva Policy Outlook, a publication produced in partnership with the Republic and State of Geneva, the City of Geneva and the Fondation pour Genève.
In times of rapid change and radical uncertainty, Geneva needs more than ever to reflect on how it remains a relevant global governance hub. The Geneva Policy Outlook is a finger on the pulse of Geneva’s global policy space and asks how global governance needs to adapt to new world orders, what it means for Geneva and what can be done now, and by whom.
Introductory remarks by:
Achim Wennmann, Editor of the Geneva Policy Outlook 2024, and Director for Strategic Partnerships at the Geneva Graduate Institute, will present the key findings of this edition and will moderate a discussion with the following authors :
Jamil Chade, award-winning Brazilian journalist
Andrew Clapham, Professor of International Law, Geneva Graduate Institute
Paola Deda, Director, Forests, Land and Housing Division, United Nations Economic Commission for Europe
Suerie Moon, Co-Director, Global Health Centre and Professor of Interdisciplinary Programmes and International Relations/Political Science, Geneva Graduate Institute
Roxana Radu, Associate Professor of Digital Technologies and Public Policy, University of Oxford
Marie-Laure Schaufelberger, Head of ESG and Stewardship, Pictet Group
Closing remarks by:
Authors of the Geneva Policy Outlook 2024 are Natasha Carmi, Jamil Chade, Andrew Clapham, Paola Deda, Daniel C. Esty, Christopher Fabian, Filippo Grandi, David Harland, Suerie Moon, Roxana Radu, Jan Yves Remy, Marie-Laure Schaufelberger, Claire Somerville, Ching Wei Sooi, Trevor Sutton, Fred Tanner, Mara Tignino, Joel Trachtman, Laura Turley, and Mark Zeitoun.