The imperative of United Nations reform

31 October 2018
5:00 pm – Uni Mail MR160

Introduction by
Prof. Christine Kaddous, Co-Director of the MEIG Programme

Conference by

Mr. Michael Møller
Director-General of the United Nations Office at Geneva


On 31st October at 5 pm, Mr. Mr. Michael Møller, Director-General of the United Nations Office at Geneva gave a conference entitled “The imperative of UN reform” at the University of Geneva (Room MR160) followed by a round table with H.E. Ms. Maria Nazareth Farani Azevêdo, Ambassador/Permanent Representative of Brazil; H.E. Mr. Kok Jwee Foo, Ambassador/Permanent Representative of Singapore; H.E. Ms. Elayne Whyte Gómez, Ambassador/Permanent Representative of Costa Rica; H.E. Ms. Athaliah Lesiba Molokomme, Ambassador/Permanent Representative of Botswana; H.E. Mr. Geert Muylle, Ambassador/Permanent Representative of Belgium; H.E. Ms. Miriam Shearman, Ambassador/ Deputy Permanent Representative of United Kingdom.

This event was organised by the MEIG Programme (Master of Advanced Studies in European and international governance) and it was a good occasion to discuss different issues related to International Governance with our special guests.

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