USKA Productions: “Alors on s’aime” de Flavia Coste, avec Daniel Russo

Théâtre du Léman

4 décembre 2019 à 20h30 

Max est à bout. Une fois de plus, alors qu’il rentre du travail épuisé à 22h, il trouve le frigo vide et Charlotte en train d’essayer de nouveaux talons.
Au cours d’une énième engueulade, leur voisin du dessus, Docteur Love, auteur d’une thèse sur la vie à deux, descend pour les supplier de se séparer.

Pourra-t-il les aider à mieux se disputer pour enfin s’entendre ?

Plus d’informations sur uskaproductions.com

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Knowledge & Learning Commons: Sustainable Organisations & Communities

Library Events Room, B Building (B. 135), 1st Floor

13 November 2019 – 12:30 to 2 p.m.

How can organisations and communities, including UN system entities and academic institutions, best implement the Sustainable Development Goals and environmental initiatives in effective, meaningful ways? How can they build and realize sustainability reporting, practical initiatives and programs, and strategies that are unique to their environment, and encourage culture change and participation from their communities and colleagues?

This interactive session, held in collaboration with UN and University of Geneva (UNIGE) partners, aims to bring you insights and best practices on how we can move towards more sustainable organisations. You’ll have the chance to discuss and ask questions to various practitioners across a range of themes, from reporting and developing a strategy, to internal initiatives and participation, and hear their reflections on the challenges, opportunities and lessons learnt in implementing sustainability initiatives.

More information: commons.ungeneva.org

Matchs de hockey: GSHC

Patinoire des Vernets

Genève Servette HC / SC Rapperswil-Jona Lakers

Mardi 19 novembre à 19h45

Genève Servette HC / Fribourg-Gottéron

Vendredi 22 novembre à 19h45

 

Ouverture des portes 1h30 avant le début du match

Pour plus d’informations : Calendrier GSHC

Billetterie disponible au Kiosque Culturel du CAGI à l’ONUG (Porte C6)

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Musée de la Croix-Rouge: ” Rencontrez les humanitaires”

Samedi 2 novembre de 10h à 17h

Une nouvelle saison pour cet événement entièrement gratuit et entièrement dédié à l’action humanitaire ! Conférences sur les défis d’aujourd’hui, Speed meeting, Nouvelles du terrain, ateliers sur le droit humanitaire.
Une journée pour rencontrer et échanger avec les acteurs du terrain en collaboration avec le CICR, la Croix-Rouge genevoise et la Fédération des sociétés nationales de la Croix-Rouge et du Croissant-Rouge.

Quelques moments forts :

Conférence /  Les visages du changement climatique (FICR)
par Bruno Haghebaert, responsable pour les risques et les vulnérabilités

Conférence / Les femmes dans l’action humanitaire. Avec Caroline Abu Sa’Da (SOS Méditerranée), Cécile Aptel (FICR), E. As Sy (FICR) et Yves Daccord (CICR)
Modérée par Anne-Claire Adet, Co-directrice du Festival Les Créatives.

Soundpainting dans L’Aventure humanitaire par le Swiss Sounpainting Ensemble dirigé par M.A. Cuevas. Performance artistique participative en temps réel – musique, danse, arts visuels. Expérimenter une visite de prison, une proposition de réalité virtuelle par le CICR.

En savoir plus

Knowledge & Learning Commons

Library Events Room (B.135)
Palais des Nations, building B, 1st floor

17 October 2019 – 12.30 p.m. – 2.30 p.m.

UN Geneva Dragons’ Den Challenge

During the engagement sessions held with staff earlier this year, UNOG staff members called for a forum to be established where ideas could be freely pitched and assessed. Inspired by the television show with the same name, we are launching the Dragons’ Den, a forum designed for UNOG staff to present their innovative ideas to UNOG staff/colleagues. Selected teams will have the chance to pilot their projects under the guidance of a mentor, before having the opportunity to present their ideas to UNOG senior managers and staff at the Dragons’ Den pitching session on 17 October 2019.

Please join us for the event on 17 October, where audience members will have the chance to take part, ask questions and vote for their favorite idea.

For more information: https://commons.ungeneva.org/node/98 

 

Knowledge & Learning Commons

Library Events Room (B.135)
Palais des Nations, building B, 1st floor

8 October 2019 – 3 p.m. – 4.30 p.m. 

Seeing What’s Next: How Seismic Shifts in the Commercial World impact International Organisations.

Many of the technological and social trends in motion today will have a great impact over the next 30 years. In this session with Professor Howard Yu, we’ll examine some of the coming changes in our lives—from virtual reality in the home and an on-demand economy, to the embedding of artificial intelligence in many areas of professional and personal life—and how these can be understood as the result of a few long-term, accelerating forces. These larger forces will transform the way we work, interact, learn and communicate.

Professor Yu, the author of the book Leap: How to Thrive in a World Where Everything Can Be Copied, will explore “the inevitable,” and consider how and international organisations like the United Nations must lead differently across many areas, be it digital services, new operating models, new talent acquisition, or new ways to innovate. Join us for the chance to learn and discuss together.

This event is held at the Knowledge & Learning Commons, in collaboration with the Learning services at the UN International Computing Centre.

For more information: https://commons.ungeneva.org/node/103

Knowledge & learning Commons

Library Events Room (B.135)
Palais des Nations, building B, 1st floor

Friday, 27 September 2019 at 12:00 p.m. – 2:00 p.m

Express & De-stress: Writing workshop with the UN Society of Writers

Programme: Join us to celebrate the 30th anniversary of the UN Society of Writers! Come and meet members of the club and participate in an interactive, facilitator-led workshop where you can learn how to create your own written work with tips from a professional perspective. Gain insights in order to write and create on your own – and possibly submit your pieces to the club’s annual publication Ex Tempore.

This workshop is designed to help you learn how to express yourself and alleviate stress through writing, and free the artist within you.

For more information: https://commons.ungeneva.org/node/101

 

Centre des Arts: “Manu Delago Ensemble” – Circadian Tour

 

Centre des Arts – Ecolint

Mardi 8 octobre à 20h

Après avoir fait le tour du monde presque simultanément avec Björk, Anoushka Shankar et Ólafur Arnalds, le percussionniste et compositeur nommé aux Grammy, Manu Delago, présente son tout nouvel album Circadian avec un ensemble de 9 pièces. Des sons de Handpan comme dans un rêve où se rencontrent des rythmes orchestraux énergiques.

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Centre des Arts: “Le do(s) transfiguré – Danse

Centre des Arts – Ecolint

Mercredi 16 octobre 2019 à 20h

Agnès Letestu, Danseuse étoile de l’Opéra national de Paris / Edna Stern, Pianiste concertiste / Vincent Chaillet, Premier danseur de l’Opéra national de Paris

Edna Stern et son amie la danseuse Étoile Agnès Letestu ont imaginé un spectacle poétique, dialogue entre musique et danse, illustrant en mouvement: Bach, Beethoven, Chopin, Galuppi, Debussy et Ravel au travers d’une succession de tableaux chorégraphiés par Bruno Bouché, Jean-Claude Gallota, José Martinez, Florent Melac et Vincent Chaillet. Agnès Letestu signe également les costumes du spectacle mis en lumière par Tom Klefstad.

More information: ecolint-cda.ch

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Centre des Arts: “Social Impact is an Art” – Exhibition (Free admission)

Centre des Arts – Ecolint

20 September – 9 October 2019, Monday to Friday, 8am-6pm

Peace means to live and create a sustainable life around us, to respect the different people and environments we live in. Reflecting on the 17 Sustainable Development Goals as set forth in the 2030 United Nations Agenda, International School of Geneva students were asked to select and reflect on one goal that for them is fundamental and functional to peace, and represent it visually. The representation and integration of the chosen goals will give birth to the Ecolint Third Paradise for Peace symbol of Michelangelo Pistoletto. As part of a collaboration between the Fondazione Pistoletto Cittadellarte and its Third Paradise project, and the international children’s art project Kids’ Guernica, the three most cooperatively created and significant canvases will be exhibited at the Centre des arts.

In parallel, students will work in small groups to experiment with different ways of creating art with a social impact. The workshops will be organised alongside the Anouk Foundation, whose team of artists focuses on SDG 3 “Health and Wellbeing” by painting therapeutic murals to improve the wellbeing of patients, residents, families and staff in institutions (hospitals, children’s homes, homes for the elderly, detention centres, etc.) the world over. In line with Anouk Foundation’s mission of “brightening lives”, students will be encouraged to focus on three main area of action: refugees, elderly people, and hospitalised children, as part of an Art4Impact challenge.

Among the artwork exhibited will be Kids’ Guernica international, movable canvases from around the world, Art4Impact artwork produced by students from international and public schools in the Geneva area, as well as the installation for loudspeakers, sonic grains and ventilators, Mediterranean altar n.1, in dialogue with the sonic and social sculpture, The Rattles Garden: Mediterranean Sonic Grains, by the international artist Yuval Avital, with the support of the Third Paradise Project, sponsored by the bio social company, Mulinum, a mill graining ancient types of wheat, that is defining a sustainable model of socioeconomic development in the South of Italy. Photographer Thierry Dana will also exhibit “Être et Avoir”, an exhibition supported by the Hospice général showcasing some of the personal belongings that asylum seekers managed to take with them as they fled their countries.

This project is a collaboration between the Centre des arts, the University of Geneva – Swiss Center for Affective Sciences, the Fondazione Pistoletto, Kids’ Guernica, the Anouk Foundation, and the UNHCR.

More information: https://bit.ly/2kDOsXD