Twitter feed: #Multilateralism100
Depuis la création de la Société des Nations en 1919 jusqu'aujourd'hui, le monde n'a cessé de se transformer poussant ainsi le #multilatéralisme à évoluer. La coopération intergouvernementale est indispensables pour faire face aux défis internationaux. #Multilateralism100 pic.twitter.com/wFfedyNiHI— UN Geneva (@UNGeneva) 12 avril 2019
On the occasion of the centenary of the League of Nations, the UN Library Geneva has launched a database of quotations on topics related to multilateralism.
How does creativity & a 'climate of legality' contribute to #multilateralism today? Diplomat @jivan_gj shares his thoughts on this, as well what he sees as the role of small states in multilateralism, in Episode 21 of The Next Page podcast: https://t.co/WAzMFGt5xf. Enjoy! pic.twitter.com/JJsLbGXDt4— UN Library&Archives Geneva (@UNOGLibrary) March 6, 2020
Tune in for #Multilateralism101 in Ep. 2 of The Next Page podcast! Colleagues Stefan & Pierre-Etienne share details on the Centenary of Multilateralism in Geneva, as well as the development of multilateralism over the past century: https://t.co/4j64iA4xF3. 🎙️#Multilateralism100 pic.twitter.com/kD6aTht9jv— UN Library at Geneva (@UNOGLibrary) 5 juillet 2019
Past UN Library Geneva Events on Multilateralism:
How has multilateral diplomacy made a difference in their careers? And how do they feel multilateral diplomacy plays a role in achieving the goals of the 2030 Sustainable Development Agenda? Listen to the Permanent Representatives of Botwana, Costa Rica, India, Moldova and the Netherlands to the United Nations in Geneva, as well as Switzerland’s and Germany's Youth Delegates, talk about how they have experienced the impact of multilateral diplomacy and why it is remains particularly relevant today.
Resolutions on Multilateralism:
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Speeches on Multilateralism: