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The SNIS has the pleasure of launching its annual International Geneva Award. Seeking to strengthen its support for innovative research with an impact, this prize rewards published academic pieces making a contribution to international policy and enhancing the work of International Organizations. For further details please consult the dedicated page of the prize and, if needed, do not hesitate to contact the SNIS secretariat.
World leaders are called upon to transform the world by 2030 though a rigorous pursuit of the United Nation’s Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), a universal call to action to end poverty, protect our planet and ensure that all people enjoy peace and prosperity. SDG 3 is the only one containing a broad health-related goal, namely, “Good health and well-being for people”. The Swiss Tropical and Public Health Institute and the Swiss Network for International Studies are organizing a gathering to debate this issue. The Conference will take place on November 23, 2018 at Parterre Rialto, Basel, Switzerland
Poverty and hunger with their complex and interconnected root causes are at the heart of the new sustainable development agenda 2030, and limiting food price volatility is one of the central targets in the sustainable development goals. A research project funded by the SNIS is currently tackling these issues. The Tages Anzeiger, Le Monde, and VOAnews report.