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Webster Humanitarian Conference under way in Geneva

Webster Humanitarian Conference under way in Geneva

| January 27, 2011 | 0 Comments

Webster University Geneva’s annual International Humanitarian Conference is underway this Jan. 27 and 28. It’s the 16th conference of its kind held by the International Relations Department in Geneva. This year’s theme is “humanitarian space,” focusing on the challenges faced in the field of humanitarian work. On-going notes and pictures from the conference can be […]

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Webster Geneva’s 16th Annual Humanitarian Conference: Humanitarian Space

Webster Geneva’s 16th Annual Humanitarian Conference: Humanitarian Space

| January 18, 2011 | 0 Comments

Around 30-40 students from other Webster campuses are expected to attend the 16th Annual International Humanitarian Conference, scheduled for January 27-28 at Webster’s Geneva campus. This year’s theme is “Humanitarian Space,” relating to the need for a safe environment in which humanitarian agencies can operate independently of external and often political agendas. The renowned conference […]

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Call for Papers: Geneva Media Trends Conference on media and humanitarian causes

Call for Papers: Geneva Media Trends Conference on media and humanitarian causes

| December 1, 2010 | 0 Comments

The department of Media and Communications at Webster University Geneva will hold its annual Media Trends Conference in March 2011. The conference will be focusing on ways in which the media are used to advocate humanitarian causes with a particular emphasis on women’s rights. This theme is in line with the common book being used […]

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Former U.S. Attorney General Clark Speaks in Geneva

Former U.S. Attorney General Clark Speaks in Geneva

| November 11, 2010 | 0 Comments

Ramsey Clark, U.S. Attorney General under President Lyndon B. Johnson, spoke on Nov.  4 to more than 100 members of the Webster Geneva community. Clark told the Webster audience about his time as U.S. Attorney General in the late 1960s and his later involvement in human rights. The former U.S. Attorney General recently defended controversial […]

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