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2022/06/24
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Are you curious about the power of international cooperation? And how it affects our future? Then tune in to the #NextPagePod, the podcast designed to advance the conversation on multilateralism! Each episode delves into global issues through a multilateral lens exploring how collaboration across disciplines can facilitate reaching common goals. Produced at the United Nations Library & Archives Geneva, an evolving house of knowledge specializing in multilateralism, this podcast brings you conversations with experts, recordings of Library events and insights into the UN.

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Why International Organizations Hate Politics with Dr. Lucile Maertens & Dr. Marieke Louis
2022/06/24
Marieke Louis and Lucile Maerten’s book, Why International Organizations Hate Politics: Depoliticizing the World, draws on the extensive literature on functionalism and the related topic of technocracy, on anti-politics and bureaucractic multilateralism, and the wider, crosssectional research on expertise, knowledge and technicization, to systematically analyse and shine new light on the less explored topic of depoliticization.  Through current and historical case studies they examine behind the facades to reveal the common structures, mechanisms and logics of the depoliticization process at work and point to the unintended consequences and impacts on the very issues that IOs were created to address. Their argument is carefully constructed and very nuanced and they invite us to consider their whole book and to question everyday practices that may, as they say, “backlash”. Marieke Louis is Associate Professor in Political Science and International Relations at Sciences Po Grenoble, PACTE, University Grenoble Alpes. Lucile Maertens is Senior Lecturer in Political Science and International Relations at IEP / CRHIM, University of Lausanne. Resources Transcript:  • Louis, M. & Maertens, L. (2021). Why International Organizations Hate Politics. https://www.taylorfrancis.com/books/oa-mono/10.4324/9780429466984/international-organizations-hate-politics-marieke-louis-lucile-maertens  • Finnemore, M. and Barnett, M.N. (2004) Rules for the world: international organizations  in global politics. Cornell University Press. • Hay, C. (2007) Why we hate politics (Vol. 5). Polity.  • Hay, C. (2014) “Depoliticisation as Process, Governance as Practice: What Did the ‘First Wave’ Get Wrong and Do We Need a ‘Second Wave’ to Put it Right?,” Policy and Politics 42, no. 2. 293–311. • Human Development Index. UNDP. https://hdr.undp.org/data-center/humandevelopment-index#/indicies/HDI  • Keohane, R. O. (1978) “The Functional Theory of Politics. By David Mitrany. (New York: St. Martin's Press, 1975. Pp. xxv 294),” American Political Science Review. Cambridge University Press, 72(2), pp. 805–806. doi: 10.2307/1954263. • Littoz-Monnet, A. (2017) The politics of expertise in international organizations. London: Routledge. • Mérand, F. (2021) The Political Commissioner: A European Ethnography. Oxford University Press. • Müller, B. (ed.) (2013) The gloss of harmony: the politics of policy‐making in multilateral organisations. London. Pluto Press. • Ruwet, C. (2012) “La RSE négociée: règles du jeu et contenus. Le cas d'ISO 26000,” Négociations 2, no. 18 (2012): 93–108. • Steffek, J. (2021) International Organization as Technocratic Utopia. Oxford University Press.  • Steffek J, Holthaus L. (2018) The social-democratic roots of global governance: Welfare internationalism from the 19th century to the United Nations. European Journal of International Relations. 24(1):106-129. doi:10.1177/1354066117703176. Where to listen to this episode Apple podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-next-page/id1469021154  Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/10fp8ROoVdve0el88KyFLy  Youtube:  Content   Speakers: Dr. Lucile Maertens & Dr. Marieke Louis Host: Amy Smith Editors & Producers: Amy Smith, Alma Rinaldi & Natalie Alexander Social media designs: Alma Rinaldi & Natalie Alexander   Recorded & produced at the United Nations Library & Archives Geneva 
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Le rôle du Maroc au niveau multilatéral, avec Ambassadeur Omar Zniber.
2022/06/10
Cet épisode poursuit notre série de conversations avec des ambassadeurs auprès de l'Office des Nations Unies à Genève, où nous explorons leurs points de vue en tant que diplomates dans un système multilatéral et ce que l'ONU signifie pour eux aujourd'hui. Notre directeur de la Bibliothèque et Archives des Nations Unies à Genève, Francesco Pisano, est rejoint par le représentant permanent et ambassadeur du Royaume du Maroc auprès de l'Office des Nations Unies à Genève et d'autres organisations internationales, Omar Zniber. En 1956, le Royaume du Maroc a rejoint les Nations Unies. L'ambassadeur Zniber raconte le parcours historique du Maroc, les défis auxquels il est confronté aujourd'hui, ainsi que son rôle au niveau régional et mondial, tout en partageant comment il a commencé à travailler dans la diplomatie. Il évoque également les souhaits du Maroc pour la communauté internationale, exprimant l'importance de la coopération multilatérale et les défis auxquels le multilatéralisme est confronté aujourd'hui. Ressources: Transcript: https://libraryresources.unog.ch/audio/transcripts/Morrocan-Ambassador-Omar-Zniber Suivez la Mission permanente du Maroc auprès de l'ONU Genève sur Twitter : https://twitter.com/morocco_un Où trouver cet épisode  Apple podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-next-page/id1469021154 Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/10fp8ROoVdve0el88KyFLy Youtube:  La Bibliothèque et Archives des Nations unies à Genève Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/UNOGLibrary  Twitter: https://twitter.com/UNOGLibrary  Contenu  Intervenants: Omar Zniber et Francesco Pisano Animatrice: Alma Selvaggia Rinaldi Réalisation et montage: Yunshi (Daisy) Liang, Natalie Alexander et Alma Selvaggia Rinaldi Design des réseaux sociaux : Alma Selvaggia Rinaldi Image de Omar Zniber: Yunshi (Daisy) Liang Transcription: Yunshi (Daisy) Liang et Alma Rinaldi Enregistré et produit à la Bibliothèque & Archives des Nations Unies à Genève  
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Le rôle des savoirs autochtones dans la lutte contre le changement climatique, avec Carine Ayélé Durand et Antine Sonde
2022/05/27
Les peuples autochtones sont les plus directement touchés par le changement climatique alors qu’ils protègent jusqu’à 80% de la biodiversité de la planète. Comment garantir leur implication dans les politiques internationales alors que la reconnaissance de ces peuples reste, encore aujourd’hui, un défi majeur ? Dans cet épisode, nous accueillons Carine Ayélé Durand, conservatrice en chef, responsable de l’Unité Collections, et directrice ad intérim du Musée d’ethnographie de Genève (MEG) et Antine Sonde, Senior Fellow auprès de la Section Peuples Autochtones et Minorités du Haut-Commissariat des Nations unies aux droits de l’homme (HCDH), pour parler des peuples autochtones face au changement climatique. Nos invités partagent avec nous des exemples concrets témoignant de l’impact direct du changement climatique sur les peuples autochtones et soulignent la nécessité d’intégrer leurs savoirs dans les prises de décisions. Ressources: Transcript:  Transcript - Le rôle des savoirs autochtones dans la lutte contre le changement climatique Injustice environnementale - Alternatives autochtones. Exposition temporaire (MEG) : https://www.meg.ch/fr/expositions/injustice-environnementale-alternatives-autochtones Aide à la visite avec textes de l'exposition, portraits vidéos, audioguide et le conte « Le Prince et le Saumon : https://www.ville-ge.ch/meg/ieaa/index.php Story map pour compléter les notions de réparation et de conflits abordés dans l'exposition : https://storymaps.arcgis.com/stories/c9890fddaa744efaaf784c4caf9d199f Activités du HCDH en faveur des peuples autochtones : https://www.ohchr.org/fr/Issues/IPeoples/Pages/OHCHRs-work.aspx Déclaration des Nations Unies sur les Droits des Peuples autochtones : https://www.un.org/esa/socdev/unpfii/documents/DRIPS_fr.pdf Où trouver cet épisode  Apple podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-next-page/id1469021154  Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/10fp8ROoVdve0el88KyFLy  YouTube: https://youtu.be/tApSxgttHJw La Bibliothèque et Archives des Nations unies à Genève Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/UNOGLibrary  Twitter: https://twitter.com/UNOGLibrary  Contenu  Intervenants: Carine Ayélé Durand et Antine Sonde Animatrice: Kelly Le Normand Réalisation et montage: Yuinshi (Daisy) Liang & Natalie Alexander  Transcription: Yunshi (Daisy) Liang et Alma Rinaldi Enregistré et produit à la Bibliothèque & Archives des Nations Unies à Genève  
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Naji Osman on youth, the UN, and building an inclusive multilateralism
2022/05/13
According to statistics from the United Nations, our world is home to 1.8 billion young people between the ages of 10 to 24, the largest generation of young people in recorded history. What is the role of youth in today’s multilateralism, as we look to the challenges we face in our present and our future? In this episode, we are joined by Naji Osman, who in 2021 was designated as one of the three Swiss Youth Delegates to the United Nations. Naji is a student and research assistant in the Department of Economics at the University of Zurich, and is actively engaged in global political affairs, economic development and human rights. Today he speaks with our Director Francesco Pisano, about his views on inclusive engagement, in particular, youth participation in multilateralism and how we can build intergenerational synergy to really make an impact as a global community. Resources Transcript: https://libraryresources.unog.ch/audio/transcripts/Naji-Osman-on-youth-the-UN-and-building-an-inclusive-multilateralism Learn more about the Office of the UN Secretary’s General’s Envoy on Youth: https://www.un.org/youthenvoy/  Find statistics on youth from across the UN system: https://www.un.org/youthenvoy/youth-statistics/  Where to listen to this episode Apple podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-next-page/id1469021154  Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/10fp8ROoVdve0el88KyFLy  Youtube:  Content   Speakers: Naji Osman, Francesco Pisano   Host: Natalie Alexander    Editor & Producer: Yunshi (Daisy) Liang   Social media designs: Yunshi (Daisy) Liang & Natalie Alexander   Recorded & produced at the United Nations Library & Archives Geneva 
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Ambassador Galib Israfilov on Azerbaijan and enriching multilateralism for our collective future
2022/04/29
This episode of the #NextPagePod continues our series of conversations with Ambassadors to the United Nations Geneva, where we explore their experiences as diplomats in a multilateral system, and what the UN means for their countries today as we look to the multilateralism we need for our future.   Our Director at the UN Library & Archives Geneva, Francesco Pisano, is joined by the Permanent Representative and Ambassador of the Republic of Azerbaijan to the UN in Geneva, Galib Israfilov.  In March 1992, Azerbaijan joined the United Nations. With this year marking 30 years of accession, Ambassador Israfilov shares some of the history of the nation, its regional role today, and his own reflections on the importance of multilateralism from his experiences as both a bilateral and multilateral diplomat.   Resources Transcript: https://libraryresources.unog.ch/audio/transcripts/Ambassador-Israfilov-on-Azerbaijan-and-enriching-multilateralism  Follow the Permanent Mission of the Republic of Azerbaijan to the UN Geneva on Twitter: https://twitter.com/azmissiongeneva and Ambassador Galib Israfilov: https://twitter.com/galib_is Where to listen to this episode Apple podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-next-page/id1469021154  Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/10fp8ROoVdve0el88KyFLy  Youtube: https://youtu.be/QvRMvSgVnys Content  Speakers: Ambassador Galib Ifralov, Francesco Pisano  Host: Natalie Alexander Editors & Producers: Yunshi (Daisy) Liang & Natalie Alexander  Social media designs: Yunshi (Daisy) Liang & Natalie Alexander  Image of Galib Ifralov: Dodge and Burn Recorded & produced at the United Nations Library & Archives Geneva  
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Director-General of UN Geneva Tatiana Valovaya on the International Day of Multilateralism & Diplomacy for Peace
2022/04/24
Today on the #NextPagePod we release a bonus episode to mark the International Day of Multilateralism and Diplomacy for Peace, established in 2018 by the UN General Assembly, and observed each year on 24 April.  At the heart of our podcast is the aim to enrich and promote understanding of the values of multilateralism and international cooperation. To mark this day, our Director at the Library & Archives, Francesco Pisano, speaks with the Director-General of UN Geneva, Tatiana Valovaya. #MultileralismDay #MultilateralismMatters Resources Transcript  Learn more about "Our Common Agenda", an agenda of action designed to accelerate the implementation of existing agreements: https://www.un.org/en/content/common-agenda-report/  Find out more about UN Geneva: https://www.ungeneva.org/en and Director-General Tatiana Valovaya: https://www.ungeneva.org/en/director-general  Where to listen to this episode Apple podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-next-page/id1469021154 Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/10fp8ROoVdve0el88KyFLy Youtube: https://youtu.be/jyGtsFtB42Q  UN Library & Archives Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/UNOGLibrary Twitter: https://twitter.com/UNOGLibrary   Content Speakers: Director-General of UN Geneva Tatiana Valovaya, Francesco Pisano Host: Natalie Alexander Editor & Producer: Natalie Alexander  Transcript: Yunshi (Daisy) Liang Social Media Designs: Natalie Alexander  Image of the Director-General: UN Photo / Jean Marc Ferré Produced at the United Nations Library & Archives Geneva 
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Ambassador Andranik Hovhannisyan on Armenia, multilateralism, and strengthening what unites us
2022/04/14
This episode continues our series of conversations with Ambassadors to the United Nations Geneva, where we explore their views as diplomats in a multilateral system and what the UN means for them today.   Our Director at the UN Library & Archives Geneva, Francesco Pisano, is joined by the Permanent Representative and Ambassador of the Republic of Armenia to the UN in Geneva, Andranik Hovhannisyan.  This year, 2022, Armenia marks 30 years of accession to the United Nations. Ambassador Hovhannisyan shares how he came to serve in diplomacy, as well as moments from Armenia’s history that have marked him the most. He also shares his view on Armenia’s experience with the multilateralism at the UN, and as a historian himself, his thoughts as multilateralism evolves in a changing world.   Resources Transcript: https://libraryresources.unog.ch/audio/transcripts/Armenia-multilateralism Follow the Permanent Mission of the Republic of Armenia to the UN Geneva on Twitter: https://twitter.com/Armembsuisse Where to listen to this episode Apple podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-next-page/id1469021154  Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/10fp8ROoVdve0el88KyFLy  Youtube: https://youtu.be/VeVBSekEclw Content  Speakers: Ambassador Andranik Hovhannisyan, Francesco Pisano  Host: Natalie Alexander Editors & Producers: Yunsi (Daisy) Liang & Natalie Alexander  Social media designs: Natalie Alexander  Image of Ambassador Hovhannisyan: Permanent Mission of Armenia to the UN in Geneva  Recorded & produced at the United Nations Library & Archives Geneva  
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It Takes A Global Crisis: Episode 4 - Sustainable Cities
2022/04/01
Welcome to Episode 4 of 'It Takes a Global Crisis', a series of four special episodes produced by the UN Library & Archives Geneva in collaboration with the SDG Lab. In this last episode, we explore sustainable cities.   According to the United Nations, about 2 out of every 3 people will be living in cities or urban centres by 2050. Did it take a global crisis like the pandemic to highlight what we need for the future of cities? To ensure safe, livable, sustainable spaces? Let’s find out, as our host Edward Mishaud speaks with Dr. Agata Krause, Head of the 2030 Agenda and International Relations at the Center for Sustainable Development, Trondheim Kommune in Norway, and Dr. Bernadia Irawati Tjandradewi, the Secretary General of United Cities and Local Governments Asia-Pacific.   Resources  Transcript: https://libraryresources.unog.ch/audio/transcripts/It-Takes-A-Global-Crisis-Episode-4-Sustainable-Cities  Find out more about the Center for Sustainable Development with Trondheim Kommune in Norway: https://twitter.com/LearningSociTRD?s=20&t=u3INxevAMmIkrFVC3TcgtA  Find out more about United Cities and Local Governments Asia-Pacific: https://uclg-aspac.org/en/  Learn more about the C40 Students Reinventing Cities competition: https://www.c40reinventingcities.org/en/students/  Where to listen to this episode  Apple podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-next-page/id1469021154  Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/10fp8ROoVdve0el88KyFLy  YouTube: https://youtu.be/iJGrFQrGleE UN Library & Archives  Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/UNOGLibrary  Twitter: https://twitter.com/UNOGLibrary  SDG Lab  Twitter: https://twitter.com/SDGLab  LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/sdg-lab/  SDG Lab website: About SDG Lab — SDG Lab    Content  Speakers: Dr. Bernadia Irawati Tjandradewi & Dr. Agata Krause Host: Edward Mishaud  Editors: Yunshi (Daisy) Liang & Natalie Alexander  Social Media: Yunshi (Daisy) Liang & Natalie Alexander  Production: Natalie Alexander, Edward Mishaud, Marlène Borlant, Evgeniya Altukhova, Tiffany Verga, Yunshi (Daisy) Liang.  Social media image: Wirestock. Produced at the UN Library & Archives Geneva 
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Le multilatéralisme et la sauvegarde du patrimoine culturel avec Lazare Eloundou Assomo
2022/03/18
Alors que les dégâts causés par les guerres et les conflits sont indubitablement dévastateurs, les tentatives de destruction du patrimoine culturel revêtent une valeur symbolique forte. Puissant outil identitaire et unificateur, la culture est fréquemment instrumentalisée lors de conflits armés pour diviser les communautés. Quel rôle peut alors jouer le multilatéralisme pour la sauvegarde du patrimoine culturel ? Dans cet épisode, nous accueillons Lazare Eloundou Assomo, Directeur du Centre du patrimoine mondial à l’UNESCO et ancien Directeur de l’Entité «Culture et situations d’urgence», pour discuter de cette question. Véritable homme de terrain, il partage son expérience au Mali, où il a mené la reconstruction des mausolées de Tombouctou, et souligne le besoin de mener des actions de terrain pour être au plus près des communautés affectées par les conflits. Enfin, il nous rappelle que la protection du patrimoine culturel est un enjeu de paix et de sécurité global, et nous présente les instruments législatifs et technologiques nécessaires à sa préservation. Nous vous invitons donc à écouter cet épisode passionnant qui, nous l’espérons, vous rappellera le rôle crucial joué par la culture pour l’ensemble des communautés. Bonne écoute. Ressources: Transcription : https://libraryresources.unog.ch/audio/transcripts/Le-multilateralisme-et-la-sauvegarde-du-patrimoine-culturel La culture dans les situations d’urgence : https://fr.unesco.org/themes/culture-situations-durgence Fonds d’urgence pour le patrimoine : https://fr.unesco.org/themes/protecting-our-heritage-and-fostering-creativity/Fonds-d%E2%80%99urgence-pour-le-patrimoine  Initiative Faire revivre l’esprit de Mossoul : https://en.unesco.org/fieldoffice/baghdad/revivemosul Initiative Li Beirut : https://fr.unesco.org/fieldoffice/beirut/libeirut  Convention de La Haye de 1954 pour la protection des biens culturels en cas de conflit armé : http://www.unesco.org/new/fr/culture/themes/armed-conflict-and-heritage/convention-and-protocols/1954-hague-convention/ Accord UNESCO-UNITAR (UNOSAT) : https://unitar.org/about/news-stories/news/unesco-and-unitar-unosat-team-protect-cultural-heritage-latest-geo-spatial-technologies  Où trouver cet épisode  Apple podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-next-page/id1469021154  Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/10fp8ROoVdve0el88KyFLy  YouTube: https://youtu.be/tApSxgttHJw   La Bibliothèque et Archives des Nations unies à Genève Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/UNOGLibrary  Twitter: https://twitter.com/UNOGLibrary  Contenu : Intervenant: Lazare Eloundou Assomo Animatrice: Kelly Le Normand Réalisation et montage: Natalie Alexander & Kelly le Normand  Transcription: Yunshi (Daisy) Liang et Maria Bolotnikov    Enregistré et produit à la Bibliothèque & Archives des Nations Unies à Genève
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It Takes a Global Crisis: Episode 3 - Social Protection
2022/03/04
Welcome to Episode 3 of 'It Takes a Global Crisis', a series of four special episodes produced by the UN Library & Archives Geneva in collaboration with the SDG Lab. In this episode, we explore social protection.   Host Edward Mishaud is joined by Christina Behrendt, Head of the Social Policy Unit at the International Labour Organization, and Dr. Kate Philip, Programme Lead for the Presidential Employment Stimulus in South Africa.   The COVID-19 pandemic has put social protection in the spotlight, inviting us to reflect on social protection policy not only in times of crisis but also in everyday life. What exactly is social protection? What have we learned from countries’ policy responses to the crisis? How does a robust social protection system contribute to individual, community and collective wellbeing? And what can we learn in order to strengthen these systems for future events? Did it take a global crisis to highlight the critical and multi-dimensional role of social protection? Let’s find out.  Resources  Transcript: https://libraryresources.unog.ch/audio/transcripts/It-Takes-A-Global-Crisis-Episode-3-Social-Protection  Find out more about Christina Behrendt, Head of the Social Policy Unit at the International Labour Organization. Follow her on Twitter https://twitter.com/csbehrendt  Find out more about the International Labour Organization’s Work in social protection: https://www.ilo.org/global/topics/social-security/lang--en/index.htm   ILO. 2021. World Social Protection Report 2020–22: Social Protection at the Crossroads – in Pursuit of a Better Future: https://www.ilo.org/wcmsp5/groups/public/@dgreports/@dcomm/@publ/documents/publication/wcms_817572.pdf Resources on social protection and the COVID-19 crisis: ILO | Social Protection Platform (social-protection.org) Find out more about the Presidential Employment Stimulus in South Africa: https://pres-employment.openup.org.za/img/Presidential%20Employment%20Stimulus%20Review%20and%20Introduction%20to%20Phase%202.pdf  Visit the ESCAP Social Protection Toolbox: www.socialprotection-toolbox.org      Where to listen to this episode  Apple podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-next-page/id1469021154  Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/10fp8ROoVdve0el88KyFLy  YouTube: https://youtu.be/U8Hwo9PjGqE    UN Library & Archives  Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/UNOGLibrary  Twitter: https://twitter.com/UNOGLibrary     SDG Lab  Twitter: https://twitter.com/SDGLab  LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/sdg-lab/  SDG Lab website: About SDG Lab — SDG Lab     Content  Speakers: Christina Behrendt & Kate Philip  Host: Edward Mishaud  Editors: Yunshi (Daisy) Liang & Natalie Alexander  Social Media: Natalie Alexander   Production: Natalie Alexander, Edward Mishaud, Marlène Borlant, Evgeniya Altukhova, Tiffany Verga, Yunshi (Daisy) Liang.  Social media image: https://www.freepik.com/photos/business. Business photo created by fabrikasimf - www.freepik.com
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Building A Just World Order, with Dr. Alfred de Zayas
2022/02/18
In this episode, the #NextPagePod welcomes Dr. Alfred de Zayas, the first person to serve as the UN Human Rights Council's Independent Expert on the Promotion of a Democratic and Equitable International Order, a role he assumed from May 2012 to April 2018. Dr. de Zayas has a background in history and law, with expertise in civil and political rights. He completed his Juris Doctor at Harvard, and his doctorate in history from the University of Göttingen in Germany. Among his many roles, his latest is as a Professor at the Geneva School of Diplomacy and International Relations.   He joins host Tiffany Verga to share his latest book, Building a Just World Order. What does this mean and why should it matter as we reflect on the future of multilateralism? He shares his experiences as an Independent Expert, which led to 14 reports which he presented to the UN Human Rights Council and the General Assembly. These reports are compiled in his new book, together with 25 principles of international order for the UN system, which he recommends as holistic and interconnected ways for moving forward to ensure peace, human rights and sustainable development for all.   We also hear why he continues to have hope in multilateralism.   Resources Transcript: The Next Page - Transcripts - Audio Guide - Research Guides at United Nations Library & Archives Geneva (unog.ch) Find out more about Dr. Alfred de Zayas at his Human Rights Corner website: https://dezayasalfred.wordpress.com/ Find out more about his book, Building A Just World Order: https://www.claritypress.com/product/building-a-just-world-order/ Where to listen to this episode Apple podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-next-page/id1469021154 Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/10fp8ROoVdve0el88KyFLy Youtube: https://youtu.be/7H_AH97E2z4  UN Library & Archives Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/UNOGLibrary Twitter: https://twitter.com/UNOGLibrary   Content Speaker: Dr. Alfred de Zayas Host: Tiffany Verga Editor & Producer: Natalie Alexander  Social Media & Transcript: Natalie Alexander & Yunshi (Daisy) Liang Produced at the United Nations Library & Archives Geneva 
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It Takes a Global Crisis: Episode 2 - Environment and Social Resilience
2022/02/04
Welcome to Episode 2 of 'It Takes a Global Crisis', a series of four special episodes produced by the UN Library & Archives Geneva in collaboration with the SDG Lab. In this episode we look at the environment and social resilience.  We're joined by David Smith, Chief Economist and Regional Coordinator of UNDP-UNEP Poverty-Environment Action for the SDGs (PEA), UNEP Africa Office, and Akanksha Khatri, Head of the Nature Action Agenda, World Economic Forum (WEF). Together with host Edward Mishaud, they explore how COVID-19 has shed new light on our understanding of society's critical link with the environment. They discuss the link between economic growth and environmental sustainability, and what needs to change to meet the Sustainable Development Goals. So, did it take a global crisis to realize our own health is linked to the health of our planet? Let's find out. Resources Transcript: The Next Page - Transcripts - Audio Guide - Research Guides at United Nations Library & Archives Geneva (unog.ch) Find out more about David Smith, Chief Economist and Regional Coordinator for the UNDP-UNEP Poverty-Environment Action for the SDGs (PEA), UNEP Africa Office: Click here. Find out more about Akanksha Khatri, Head of the Nature Action Agenda, World Economic Forum (WEF): Click here. Find out more about the UNDP-UNEP Poverty-Environment Action for the SDGs (PEA): Click here. The UpLink: https://uplink.weforum.org/uplink/s/ 1 Trillion Trees - 1t.org: https://www.1t.org/  Global Risks Report: https://www.weforum.org/global-risks/reports 100 million farmers: 100 Million Farmers | World Economic Forum (weforum.org) Where to listen to this episode Apple podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-next-page/id1469021154 Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/10fp8ROoVdve0el88KyFLy Youtube: https://youtu.be/32QMmWjSHg4  UN Library & Archives Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/UNOGLibrary Twitter: https://twitter.com/UNOGLibrary   SDG Lab Twitter: https://twitter.com/SDGLab LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/sdg-lab/ SDG Lab website: About SDG Lab — SDG Lab   Content Speakers: David Smith and Akanksha Khatri Host: Edward Mishaud Editors: Tiffany Verga & Yunshi (Daisy) Liang Social Media: Natalie Alexander & Marlène Borlant Production: Natalie Alexander, Edward Mishaud, Marlène Borlant, Evgeniya Altukhova & Tiffany Verga, Yunshi (Daisy) Liang. Recorded & produced at the United Nations Library & Archives Geneva in collaboration with the SDG Lab.    
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