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Our goal is to provide academically sound and objective analysis on relevant human rights-related issues.

The books issued by the Geneva Centre offer a depoliticized and objective view on human rights issues, including on migration, women’s rights, rights of the child, access to justice, citizenship rights in education, right to development, convergence between world religions. 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.

BOOKS

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

On the occasion of the International Year for the Elimination of Child Labour, the Geneva Centre for Human Rights Advancement and Global Dialogue organized an online event on 17 June 2021, entitled “back to School not Work: Ending Child Labour in a Post-COVID World”. The present publication is the result of this online event organized on a highly topical issue.

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

On 25 March 2021, the Geneva Centre for Human Rights Advancement and Global Dialogue organized an online panel entitled “COVID-19 and Right to Education: Current Impact and Future Consequences”. The present publication includes a summary of the proceedings and the full statements of the panel presentations, as well as an analytical article which builds upon the lessons learned from the panel.

ENHANCING ACCESS TO JUSTICE FOR CHILDREN (2020)

The publication entitled “Enhancing Access to Justice for Children” constitutes a follow-up to an eponymous panel discussion organized by the Geneva Centre in September 2019, in cooperation with the Permanent Mission of the United Arab Emirates (UAE).

MIGRATION AND HUMAN SOLIDARITY (2019)

In April 2019, the Geneva Centre organized a panel discussion as a book-launch event for its latest publication “The Unprecedented Rise of People on the Move in the 21st Century”.

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