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48: Andrea Bellini sur le rôle de l’art dans le multilatéralisme et le dialogue interculturel

48: Andrea Bellini sur le rôle de l’art dans le multilatéralisme et le dialogue interculturel

March 29, 2021

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Dans ce nouvel épisode de The Next Page, Kelly Le Normand accueille Andrea Bellini.

Directeur du Centre d’Art Contemporain Genève, directeur artistique de la Biennale de l’Image en mouvement, curateur et critique d’art contemporain, Andrea Bellini partage son expérience de la Genève internationale et nous propose un point de vue inédit sur le multilatéralisme. Ses expositions et publications abordent les grandes thématiques actuelles – question raciale, féminisme, identité sexuelle – et invitent au dialogue interculturel. Il décrit l’art comme un outil indispensable à une meilleure compréhension du monde et à un partage de valeurs universelles.

Ressources

Centre d’Art Contemporain Genève : https://centre.ch

Plateforme digitale du Centre : https://5e.centre.ch/fr/

Collection d’œuvres d’art de l’ONUG : https://bit.ly/3d0F9rS

Projet MIRE : https://fcac.ch/commande-publique/projet-mire/

Transcription: https://libraryresources.unog.ch/c.php?g=673332&p=4880979&t=18232

Contenu

Intervenant: Andrea Bellini

Animatrice: Kelly Le Normand

Réalisation et montage: Karen Lee, Natalie Alexander & Kelly Le Normand

Image: Mathilde Agius

Enregistré et produit à la Bibliothèque des Nations Unies à Genève

47: Dira Fabrian on the art of diplomacy & finding common ground #KnowledgeRising

47: Dira Fabrian on the art of diplomacy & finding common ground #KnowledgeRising

March 19, 2021

Dira_Fabrian_-_Twitter_banner_-_Ep_477cqd0.pn...In episode 47, Dira Fabrian joins our Knowledge Rising series to reflect on the role of young diplomats in multilateralism today. After a decade serving as a diplomat for her home country of Indonesia, she shares what she's learned in these past years, as well as her advice for young diplomats entering the service in a rapidly changing global and technological landscape. She also shares what she believes is important to make multilateralism more inclusive, and what it takes to find common ground while embracing our diversity. 

Resources

The Women's Power Index, by the Women and Foreign Policy Program at the Council on Foreign Relations: https://www.cfr.org/article/womens-power-index 

UN-Women - Facts and Figures: Leadership and Political Participation: https://www.unwomen.org/en/what-we-do/leadership-and-political-participation/facts-and-figures 

Watch the Gamelan being played at the UN Library & Archives Geneva: https://fb.watch/4gxLE-pPEE/ 

Find out more about the Gamelan: https://www.thoughtco.com/history-of-gamelan-195131 

Transcript

Available here:  https://libraryresources.unog.ch/audio/dirafabrian 

Content 

Speaker: Dira Fabrian

Host: Natalie Alexander

Editor/Producer: Karen Lee & Natalie Alexander

Images: Dira Fabrian 

Graphics, social media designs and transcript: Natalie Alexander

Recorded & produced by the UN Library & Archives Geneva 

46: Prof. Carlos Lopes on Structural Change in Africa & Investing in Africa’s Youth

46: Prof. Carlos Lopes on Structural Change in Africa & Investing in Africa’s Youth

March 5, 2021

Episode_46_Twitter_Banner8wmpi.pngEpisode 46 sees Professor Carlos Lopes return to the podcast after featuring in our very first episode back in 2019. This time, he joins us online from South Africa, to speak with our Director Francesco Pisano about his latest book: Structural Change in Africa: Misperceptions, New Narratives and Development in the 21st Century, which he authored with George Kararach. 

Professor Lopes is a Professor at the Mandela School of Public Governance at the University of Cape Town, a Visiting Professor at Sciences Po, an Associate Fellow in the Africa Programme at Chatham House, and the former Executive Director of the United Nations Economic Commission for Africa, among other roles. He joins Francesco Pisano to speak about the importance of this new work, and what is necessary for Africans to change their reality through structural transformation. The book's 7 chapters aim to expand our knowledge about the African continent, and outline practical suggestions for how development in this complex, yet vibrant continent can be achieved.

Resources

Content

Speakers: Carlos Lopes & Francesco Pisano.  

Host: Karen Lee & Natalie Alexander.

Editor & Sound Editor: Karen Lee.

Images: Carlos Lopes.

Recorded and produced at the UN Library & Archives Geneva.

 

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