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The Geneva Times: A New Voice for International Affairs

Geneva: The Hub for International Diplomacy and Civil Society

Geneva is a city with a long history of international diplomacy. It is home to the United Nations, the World Health Organization, the International Red Cross, and many other international organizations. Geneva is also a centre for civil society, with a vibrant network of NGOs working on a wide range of issues.

In recent years, there has been a growing concern that the mainstream media is not providing adequate coverage of international affairs. This is especially true for issues that are not considered to be “sexy” or “newsworthy” by traditional media outlets.

The Geneva Times is a new online media outlet that is committed to providing independent and in-depth coverage of international affairs. The Geneva Times will focus on the work of international organizations, civil society groups, and other actors who are working to promote peace, human rights, fairness, and justice for all.

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The Geneva Times: A Platform for Whistleblowers and Others

The Geneva Times will also feature articles that mainstream media outlets often shy away from.

These articles may explore the dark side of international diplomacy, the hidden agendas of powerful corporations, or other sensitive topics.

The Geneva Times will be a platform for whistle-blowers and others who have important stories to tell but who have been silenced by the mainstream media.

Why Geneva?

Geneva is a natural home for The Geneva Times. The city is a hub for international diplomacy, and it is also a centre for civil society. The Geneva Times will be able to draw on the expertise of the many experts who are based in Geneva, and it will be able to connect with a wide range of audiences around the world. Geneva is a city that is committed to peace, human rights, fairness, and justice. The Geneva Times is a new media outlet that is committed to promoting these values. We believe that the world needs strong independent media that can hold those in power accountable and that can give a voice to those who are often silenced.

Inviting Officials and Civil Society Representatives

The Geneva Times is inviting officials and civil society representatives to offer their opinion articles for possible publication. We are particularly interested in hearing from those who have unique insights into the workings of international organizations or who have firsthand experience of the challenges facing the world today.

To submit an opinion article, please email us at [thegenevatimes@protonmail.com]


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