New Podcast Series on Women in International Law

29 January 2024

Women in International Law is a new podcast series of the Geneva Academy and ATLAS Network that showcases women with diverse experiences and career paths in the field.

‘We're excited to introduce this new podcast that explores women’s journeys in international law. Each episode will focus on the guest’s career and stories, uncovering the inner workings of the international legal profession and providing a unique and genuine perspective on the many opportunities and challenges within the field’ explains Nathalie Mivelaz Tirabosco, Head of Communication and External Relations at the Geneva Academy and one of the hosts for this podcast.

This new podcast is available on the Geneva Academy’s website and YouTube channel, as well as on all podcast platforms – including Spotify, Apple Podcast and SoundCloud.

From Human Rights Advocacy to Working with Vulnerable Groups

This podcast is an extension of the Women's Perspectives on a Career in International Law event series hosted by the Geneva Academy and ATLAS Network.

‘Each episode will continue the conversation with our event’s panelists, going deeper into their career path and allowing audiences outside Geneva to benefit from these important insights. By discussing the achievements of women with varied backgrounds and experiences, the podcast aims to inspire the next generation of women in international law while providing valuable insights and advice for professionals at all stages of their careers’ explains Paige Morow, Co-Chair of ATLAS Geneva and one of the podcast’s hosts.

Listeners can look forward to engaging discussions that cover a spectrum of topics, from navigating a career in human rights advocacy to working with vulnerable groups or conducting humanitarian negotiations.

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