Policy Brief: Catalysing One Health with Swiss diplomacy

Co-authored by over 30 international experts, this policy brief led by the…

Launch of the World Migration Report digital toolkit for policy officials

The World Migration Report digital policy toolkit was launched on 23 June…

Workshops with researchers from UCL and ICL in London

For researchers and fellows working and living away from global decision-making…

Boundary spanning during the Science Diplomacy Week

The team of Geneva Science-Policy Interface organised two sessions during the…

Knowledge and action to build pandemic preparedness

Opinion piece by Maxime Stauffer, based on the presentation given at the Geneva…

Announcing ICP 2022 selected projects!

The GSPI is pleased to announce the selection of the three Impact Collaboration…

Building support for a new science-policy interface on chemicals & waste management

Human activity produces vast amounts of chemical products and waste which can…

Smart regulation for smart technologies

The project Disruptive technologies and rights-based resilience, supported by…

16.9.2021

Digitising clinical guidelines – lessons learned from the field

What have we learned from existing CDSS in the management of childhood illness…

6.9.2021

Decision-making in the face of global catastrophic biological risks

Are we prepared to prevent a global catastrophe? Are we doing enough to…

Side event – BWC Meeting of Experts

Complementing the BWC Meeting of Experts, the GSPI, together with the Simon…

7.7.2021

Behavioral Insights to Support Decision-Making (UN HLPF 2021)

On 7 July 2021, the GSPI co-organised with the Simon Institute for Longterm…

6.7.2021

Harnessing Research to Build Forward Better (2021 HLPF side event)

Scientific research has a critical role to play in addressing global challenges…

GSPI Activity Report 2018-2020

During our first two years of activity, we have led experimental activities to…

GSPI Action Plan 2021-2022

We are happy to share the vision and concrete actions planned by the GSPI for…

Course: The Art of Brokering Knowledge

On 5 May 2021, the GSPI team gave a course on the the Art of Knowledge…

Announcing ICP 2021 selected projects

The GSPI is pleased to announce the selection of the three Impact Collaboration…

1 April 2021

Event: ‘Towards 2030: Navigating Complexity and Information Overload in Decision Making’

In 2020, more than 100,000 academic articles have been published on COVID-19.…

Event: Building Resilience to COVID-19 and Future Pandemics

Thursday, 25 March 2021  - 15:00 - 16:30 (CET) As of the end of February 2021,…

20 Jan 2021, 09:00-10:30

Consultation | Online Tracker for Scientific Needs in International Chemicals & Waste Governance

This workshop brought together the main Geneva-based stakeholders acting in the…

The art of brokering knowledge or how to align the stars

The Geneva Science-Policy Interface was created based on the normative premise…

Harnessing Computational Simulations to Design and Engineer Policy

By Maxime Stauffer I was recently invited to speak on a panel on Democratic and…

Announcing ICP 2020 selected projects

A huge thank you to everyone that submitted their project proposals to the…

Activity Report 2019

As part of its ‘build phase’ (2018-2020), the GSPI executive team focuses…

Action Plan 2020

Having entered 2020 and the second part of our ‘build phase’ (2018-2020), we…

| Conference Report | From Science to Practice: Strengthening Research Uptake to Achieve the SDGs

In the face of compounding global challenges and the pressing and ambitious…

Politics & Power in Evidence-based Policy

International Geneva, as a network of professional communities implementing the…

Supporting Environmental Defenders

Across the world, voices to protect the planet are growing louder as climate…

11-12 December 2019

From Science to Practice: Strengthening Research Uptake to Achieve the SDGs

In the face of compounding global challenges and the pressing and ambitious…

GSPI Policy Brief: Behavioral insights for climate action

The Geneva Science-Policy Interface launched its new policy brief on Behavioral…

20 November 2019

Science, diplomacy & policy at the 2019 World Science Forum

On 20 November 2019, I took part in a panel entitled « Science-Diplomacy:…

10 October 2019

Migration and Conflict: from Evidence to Solutions

Venue: Graduate Institute, Geneva How to generate policy-relevant evidence and…

3 September 2019

Digitisation: What Role for International Geneva? (Digital Day 2019)

On 3rd September, the University of Geneva welcomed a broad set of participants…

Evidence-based Thinking, Challenges, and Strategies

International and non-governmental organizations in Geneva are increasingly…

1 October 2019

Politics and Power in Evidence-based Policy

International Geneva actors, and other communities aiming to implement the…

Policies for Children’s Rights: Constructing an Evidence-Based Approach

Thirty years after the signing of the UN Convention on Children’s Rights…

At risk: Understanding Contemporary Environmental Civil Society Challenges

Environmental defenders, including civil society organizations as well as…

Building Evidence around Innovative Education Programmes that Engage Youth on the Move

Youth are taking a more important part in modern migration and refugee flows.…

24 June 2019

How Are We Navigating Evidence-Based Thinking in International Geneva?

Science is a critical partner in developing the tools, evidence, analysis, and…

11 April 2019

How to Automate the Analysis of Aerial Data in the Context of Aid & Development

WeRobotics, Picterra, Pix4D, Geneva Science-Policy Interface, International…

11 December 2018

Strengthening the Interface between Academia and International Geneva to Address Global Challenges

PALAIS DES NATIONS. KNOWLEDGE AND LEARNING COMMONS (UN Library) Faced with…

6 December 2018

Aerial Intelligence in the Context of International Aid and Development

Aerial Intelligence in the Context of International Aid and Development, 6…

6 December 2018

Drones for Good: Humanitarian Action from the Sky

Despite the hot debate surrounding the security and military applications of…