The Korean peninsula has been in the headlines recently. The media has reported on the Winter Olympics, North Korea's nuclear programme, a North Korean defector and, most recently, the willingness of North and South Korea to engage in talks. The latest edition of SPS (1/18) focuses on the Korean Peninsula and also contains reports about recent developments in Kashmir, Mexico and Zimbabwe.
This magazine on Swiss foreign policy publishes articles written by experts. It appears several times a year. The articles are published usually in the language in which they were written. The contents do not necessarily reflect the views of the FDFA.
This publication consists of six tables providing an overview of public development assistance (Swiss Confederation, cantons, communes) and private grants (NGOs) from Switzerland in 2016, by recipient country and by organization. It also includes a list of the main projects by country. The appendix contains a list of Swiss private organizations active in development cooperation.
Sustainable Development Geek is game that encourages debate and reflection about sustainable development across the globe. The game is inspired by the Sustainable Development Goals, as set out in the United Nations’ Agenda 2030. It is suitable for players age 12 and above and for groups of 2 or more. The game can also be used for facilitation or for larger events with up to 120 participants.
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The brochure presents International Geneva and its numerous organisations, permanent missions and academic institutions. These all benefit from Switzerland's host state policy, which creates a favourable environment for collaboration and for international conferences and talks.
How can you maintain your connection with home? Peacebuilding specialists working in the field often have to cope with difficult living conditions. They are also separated from their families and friends for long periods of time. The 4/17 edition of SPS looks at how to maintain contact between the mission and home base over distance and time.