New book in the Bookshop: "Recipes for Peace, Rights and Well-Being"

The International Geneva Perception Change project was launched by UNOG Acting Director-General Michael Møller in early 2014. The project aims to highlight the impact of the work done by all of the UN and international organisations, non-governmental organisations and other institutions based in Geneva.


Its objective is to broaden the overall understanding of just how relevant the work carried out by International Geneva is, not only in the context of humanitarian assistance, peacekeeping or global health, but also to everyday life. By orchestrating outreach efforts with partners and engaging with the media in new ways, the project aims to broaden the public perception of International Geneva. CERN is an active partner of this project.

Thanks to cooperation with some of the most renowned senior figures in International Geneva, a book is now out, promoted by the Perception Change Project and produced by the Fondation pour Genève: "Recipes for Peace, Rights and Well-Being". The book also shares the secrets of many “recipes” for peace and humanitarian initiatives that have changed the world. 

The book is now available for purchase at the CERN Bookshop (Building. 52-1-052). The price is 20 CHF. The French version is also available: "Recettes pour la paix, les droits & le bien-être : concoctées au sein de la Genève internationale".

by CERN Library