The Geneva Graduate Institute is pleased to invite you to the launch event of the Geneva Policy Outlook, a new digital publication produced in partnership with the Swiss Confederation, the Republic and State of Geneva, the City of Geneva and the Fondation pour Genève.
In an age of radical uncertainty, it is more important than ever to adopt an anticipatory logic about the implications of rapid change for policymaking. 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 International Geneva and what can be done now, and by whom.
By providing forward-looking perspectives, the Geneva Policy Outlook is committed to analysis that is research-based and grounded in experience and expertise as a foundation. It also aims to accelerate the process from idea to action through the development of practical proposals and community building.
- Marie-Laure Salles, Director, Geneva Graduate Institute
- Olivier Coutau, Delegate to International Geneva, Republic and State of Geneva
Achim Wennmann, Editor of the Geneva Policy Outlook 2023, and Director for Strategic Partnerships at the Geneva Graduate Institute, will present the key findings of this pilot edition and will moderate a discussion with some authors on key issues and negotiations to watch in 2023.
This event will be followed by a cocktail reception offered by the Swiss Confederation, the Republic and State of Geneva, and the City of Geneva.
Authors of the Geneva Policy Outlook 2023 are Dawid Bastiat-Jarosz, Manon Blancafort, Christian Bréthaut, Dominique Burgeon, Anne-Marie Buzatu, Jérôme Duberry, Moira Faul, Gabriel Gomes Couto, Dmitry Grozoubinski, Eunsoo Lee, Mohamed Mahmoud Mohamedou, Peter Maurer, Manuel Marques Pereira, Suerie Moon, Caroline Pellaton, Sonia Peña, Giacomo Persi Paoli, Peter Prove, James Revill, Marie-Laure Salles, Ileana Sinziana Puscas, Hugo Slim, Balthasar Staehelin, Mark Zeitoun.