Online Exhibitions

Art Exhibition

Online Event

Online Exhibitions

Geneva Peacebuilding Platform
  • 31/10/2023 @ 13:30 - 14:30
  • Online

Welcome to "Online Exhibitions”. We bring you a digital exploration of the physical exhibitions on display at GPW23. Engage with the passionate creators and organisers who brought these exhibitions to life, and gain insights into their inspirations, techniques, and narratives. Our unique format allows participants to move seamlessly between breakout rooms on Zoom, where you can connect directly with exhibition organisers and creators. Engage in thoughtful conversations, ask questions, and delve deeper into the thought-provoking concepts that define these physical exhibitions. It's an opportunity to bridge the gap between the tangible and the digital, connecting with art in a whole new way.

 The detailed programme will be coming soon, stay tuned!


Art Exhibition on Media in the Midst of Polycrises : Adapting to Unprecedented Challenges

Fondation Hirondelle,
30/10/2023, All week, Hall Pétale 2 

Fondation Hirondelle is offering a panel discussion on the subject of photojournalism to discuss the following questions:

  • What role does photojournalism play in exposing crises and conflicts, and what are its potential and limitations in terms of providing information?
  • What approach or way of working differs between foreign correspondents and local journalists?
  • Social networks seem to be undermining the ethical and responsibility issues surrounding the dissemination of shocking images. How can we remedy this?

The panelists who will participate in the discussion will be:

  • Apsatou Bagaya (photographer)
  • Aurel Vogel (co-founder of Fairpicture)
  • Patrick Chauvel – to be confirmed – (French war correspondent photographer, documentary director and writer, co-founders of the WARM Foundation)

More information here. 


The Art of Equality: a journey to justice” - Exploring 60 years of research for social change

The United Nations Research Institute for Social Development
31/10/2023, All week, Hall Conference Center (Pétale 5)

The event will be an opportunity to present the exhibition and learn more about UNRISD’s progressive research.  More information here.


  • Paul Ladd, UNRISD Director
  • Karima Cherif, Head of Communications, Exhibition Curator


United Nations Peace Missions

Centre on Conflict, Development & Peacebuilding
31/10/2023, All week, GCSP- 4TH FLOOR (Pétale 4)

In this breakout session, you will be able to hear from the organisers of the UN Peace Missions exhibition (hosted at GCSP, 4th floor in Pétale 4, Maison de la Paix). The exhibition is organised in the framework of a five-year research project on the impact of world politics on UN peace missions. In that project, a comprehensive dataset on UN peace missions was established. The session will first provide an overview of the project and the dataset. Team members will then take you through the exhibition and its interactive mobile app to take you on an exciting learning journey that moves between the physical and the digital sphere. This will be an open session, so the team looks forward to your questions and feedback!

Session plan:

  • Moderation: Maëlys Glück 
  • Intro to research project and dataset (5-10min): Sara Hellmüller
  • Intro to exhibition and app (5-10min): Margaux Pinaud and Chiara Lanfranchi
  • Q&A and option to leave afterwards (10min)

For interested attendees, there will be an option to look at the app and provide feedback or questions to the team (10min)

More information here.