Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies
(1927; Geneva; 71 professors, 10 senior lecturers, 45 visiting; graduateinstitute.ch)
Is an “institution of research and higher education dedicated to the study of world affairs, with a particular emphasis on the cross-cutting fields of international relations and development issues.” It aims “to promote international cooperation and make a contribution to the progress of developing societies,” by supporting creative thinking on the major global challenges and fostering responsibility and respect for diversity.
- International Journal
- Global Challenges |Special Issue no. 1 | Politics of the Coronavirus Pandemic (June 2020): “explores the challenges, tensions, and dilemmas our societies face in the wake of the current Covid-19 epidemic.”
- An online calendar of past and upcoming events.
Leadership: Marie-Laure Salles (Director), Rolf Soiron (President & Chairman)
Budget: CHF 97,37m (2019)