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Cultural Activities


2020 Events



Perspectives
Icelandic Artists promoting the Culture of Human Rights

Exhibition

When: 24 February - 5 March
Where: Exhibition Gallery, 3rd fl, E building


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Gernika
Culture and art at the service of peace

Exhibition

When: 24 February - 6 March
Where: Communal space, 1st fl. E building


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Amazing Planet

Exhibition

When: 24 February - 6 March
Where: Salle des pas perdus, 3rd fl, A building


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Simone Ghera:
Dancer inside Geneva

Exhibition

When: 26 February - 13 March
Where: Mezzanine, 3rd fl. E building


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Ecco Homo II

Exhibition

When: 10 - 27 March
Where: Salle des pas perdus, 3rd fl, A building


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About the Cultural Activities at UNOG

Art can become an important vehicle for each person, individually and in community with others, and groups of people to express their views. The artistic creativity is an important element for the development of vibrant cultures, which contributes to the functioning of societies.

The cultural policy pursued by the United Nations Office at Geneva (UNOG) has developed considerably in recent years, thanks to the active participation of Member States.

This policy, which has as its objective multicultural dialogue and as its ultimate aim a culture of peace, is now the subject of a distinct, fully-fledged programme that has been entrusted to the Library, which reports directly to the Director-General.

The Library coordinates the policy and implements the programme, with the Chief Librarian chairing the UNOG Cultural Activities Committee.

Cultural Activities Publications