The ARP students have pride of place at the Geneva Graduate Institute. A unique pedagogical experience where small groups of graduate students work with partners from International Geneva, ARPs allow students to conduct research that responds to today’s global challenges while having a real world impact.
This year, the ARP Final Presentations are coming home to the Maison de la Paix: the event will feature presentations, a roundtable, and interactive thematic booths where students will be able to showcase their work and engage substantively and on a one-on-one basis with the public on their research topics.
Programme: “What Happens when research meets policy?”
9:00-10:00: Welcome Breakfast P1 and P2
10:00-12:00: Student Presentations
12:00-12:45: Standing lunch and visits to interactive thematic booths P1 and P2
12:45-14:00: Expert-Student Roundtable: What happens when research meets policy in International Geneva? A1A or online
Join us for the highlight public gathering of the day, where Geneva Graduate Institute Director, Ms. Marie Laure Salles, will engage with Ms. Vivienne Talsma of the GCSP and Mr. Cedric Amon of the Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung, along with students, on the importance of the research-policy interface in Geneva and beyond. This session will engage critically with the audience and will demand honest reflection on what is most needed from researchers and policy makers to engage more effectively in our world today.
14:00-16:00: Student presentations
16:30-19:00: Visits to interactive thematic booths and Networking Reception P1 and P2