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THE GENEVA CENTRE IS COMMITTED TO CONDUCTING RESEARCH THAT IS TRULY INDEPENDENT AND PROVIDES INSIGHTS ABOUT HUMAN RIGHTS ISSUES. THE GENEVA CENTRE’S RESEARCH POLICY IS NEEDS DIRECTED.

It aims to focus its research efforts where they are most valuable, and to identify areas where existing mechanisms are not fully equipped to promote, protect, or respect human rights. The objectives of our publications are to enlighten stakeholders about the Centre’s activities and to identify solutions to advance the promotion of human rights at the global level.

BACK TO SCHOOL NOT WORK: ENDING CHILD LABOUR IN A POST-COVID WORLD (2021)

2021-07-20T14:33:33+02:002021, June 30th|BOOKS, PUBLICATIONS|

The present publication is the result of an online panel debate organized by the Geneva Centre for Human Rights Advancement and Global Dialogue on 17 June 2021, on a highly topical issue of major importance, entitled “back to School not Work: Ending Child Labour in a Post-COVID World”.

COVID-19 AND RIGHT TO EDUCATION: CURRENT IMPACT AND FUTURE CONSEQUENCES (2021)

2021-07-20T14:33:55+02:002021, June 14th|BOOKS, PUBLICATIONS|

The present publication is the result of an online panel debate organized by the Geneva Centre for Human Rights Advancement and Global Dialogue on 25 March 2021, on a highly topical issue of major importance, entitled “COVID-19 and Right to Education: Current Impact and Future Consequences”.

ANNUAL REPORT 2020

2021-01-14T16:31:38+01:002021, January 6th|ANNUAL REPORTS, PUBLICATIONS|

For the Geneva Centre, the sanitary measures adopted in 2020 considerably restricted initially planned projects. However, the Centre rapidly adapted to the new circumstances, found additional paths to fulfil its mission, and in fact stepped up its efforts and activities. The present report provides details of these.

ANNUAL REPORT 2019

2021-01-12T16:56:06+01:002020, January 10th|ANNUAL REPORTS, PUBLICATIONS|

This Annual Report highlights some of our major achievements in the course of 2019. The Geneva Centre’s thematic research and publications, high-level panel discussions and debates, interactive training sessions, statements on human rights events, participation in the Human Rights Council meetings, and international meetings, will all be succinctly and graphically presented in the report.

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