Geneva Centre strongly condemns the brutal murder of Jordanian pilot Moaz Kasasbeh

On February 3rd, the self-proclaimed “Islamic State” published a video showing Jordanian pilot Moaz Kasasbeh being burned alive.

Lt. Moaz Kasasbeh had been held captive since his F16 crashed on 24th December in Raqqa, Syria, an “Islamic State” stronghold. The Jordanian Government had appealed to “IS” representatives to release the captured pilot in exchange for one of the terrorists implicated in the 2005 bombings in Amman, Jordan.

Geneva Centre condemns the murder of Japanese journalist Kenji Goto by the so-called “Islamic State”

The Geneva Centre condemns the heinous murder of Japanese Journalist Kenji Goto. Through his dauntless journalism, Mr. Goto sought to communicate to the world the sufferings of the proud Syrian people. His journalism focused on the lives of ordinary people in war-torn countries in Africa and the Middle East, and he was truly an advocate and campaigner for peace in the region.

Geneva Centre to cooperate with the Kingdom of Bahrain in the field of capacity building and raising awareness

On the 29th January, the Geneva Centre proudly welcomed a delegation from the Ministry of Education of the Kingdom of Bahrain. Headed by H.E. Dr. Majed Bin Ali Al Noaimi, Minister of Education, and Mr. Imad Zuhairi, Executive Director of the Geneva Centre, the meeting was a first step towards a long and fruitful collaboration.

The Geneva Centre presents its most sincere condolences on the passing away of H.R.H. King Abdullah bin Abdul-Aziz Al Saud

One of the many sons of H.R.H. King Abdul-Aziz, founder and developer of what is now modern Saudi Arabia, H.R.H. King Abdullah bin Abdul-Aziz Al Saud was known for his achievements in the domains of international development and conflict resolution. Considered a patient and persevering leader, H.R.H. King Abdullah will be dearly missed by the international community. His role in promoting diplomacy to solve worldwide conflicts has been praised by many.