All Events 0 Archives date_range 1 September 2017 to 31 December 2017 Registration for the Eduki competition 2017/2018 Competition date_range 10 April 2019 JRONU-Plastic pollution, a global scourge: what solutions? Plastic pollution is a true problem especially for our oceans where clusters of gigantic pieces of plastic threaten biodiversity. Come debate about the possible solutions at the Young Reporters press conference of April 10! date_range 12 April 2019 to 17 April 2019 The Arch of Palmyra in the program of our guided tours Come discover a reproduction of this work destroyed in 2015 by the "Islamic State" terrorist group from April 12 to 17! Through a guided tour of the Place des Nations students will understand the importance of preserving historic monuments and learn more about the theme of peace. date_range 8 May 2019 JRONU - New society, new disorders: the case study of video games Video games can be fun, instructive, interactive and entertaining but are they really harmless? Two experts will share their views on this topic during the Young Reporter press conference on this theme 8 May at the United Nations office in Geneva. date_range 19 May 2019 Walk The Talk 2019 After the success of the first edition, ‘Walk The Talk’ is coming back in 2019! On 19 May, the World Health Organisation will hold a big event to promote the benefits of physical activity. Comme join us for this fun packed day! date_range 6 June 2019 Mix & Mash on Cultural Heritage On June 6, Mix and Mash's theme is Heritage Preservation. The opportunity to meet several local and international actors working in this field. date_range 2 September 2019 to 30 September 2019 Eduki guided tours on Peace Geneva "Capital of Peace"? To launch its competition, Eduki is offering ten guided tours during the month of September. date_range 1 October 2019 to 2 October 2019 Social Forum of the Human Rights Council on Education The United Nations Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights (UN OHCHR) is inviting Under 18s to be part of the “Social Forum” of the Human Rights Council. date_range 15 October 2019 ILO Open day On the occasion of its centenary, the International Labor Organization (ILO) opens its doors to students! During a day with a program of varied activities, they will be able to discover in a fun way the history, the actions and the headquarters of the ILO as well as the themes of social justice and decent work. date_range 4 November 2019 to 8 November 2019 Geneva Peace Week Geneva is famous worldwide for being an international nexus in the field of peace. Therefore, there is no better place on earth to hold a series of events on the subject. The Geneva Peace Week, which will address many fascinating topics related to peace, which will take place from November 4th to 8th 2019. date_range 18 November 2019 Concert of the Orchestre des Nations The orchestra is welcoming young people in order to show them how an orchestra works and to introduce them to various musical works. date_range 21 November 2019 Intergenerational dialogue - 100 years of International Civil Service Greycells organise une nouvelle édition du dialogue intergénérationnel. La discussion se porte cette année sur les origines de la fonction publique internationale et ses principaux défis auxquels elle se trouve confrontée. date_range 4 December 2019 to 12 December 2019 The Humanitarian Trail in Geneva From 4 to 12 December 2019, the Humanitarian Trail will offer visitors an opportunity to discover the human adventure that constitutes the Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement humanitarian action through two trails in different parts of Geneva, which will include interactive activities. date_range 10 December 2019 Young Activists Summit - Women and girls driving progress Five women activists fighting injustice and helping to take society forward will be gathered as a panel at the United Nations in Geneva. Among them, there will be the 2018 Nobel Peace Prize winner Nadia Murad. date_range 21 February 2020 Screening in Palais des Nations (UNOG) - Keep Talking On the occasion of the International Mother Language Day follow four Alaska Native women fighting to save Kodiak Alutiiq, an endangered language now spoken by less than 40 remaining fluent Native Elders. date_range 1 March 2020 Ciné-ONU - DOIN' MY DRUGS Born HIV+ in 1985, Danish musician Thomas Muchimba Buttenschøn is determined to use his music and his story to wipe out AIDS in his native Zambia and beyond.