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What will daily life be like tomorrow? Geneva is one of the main hubs of global negotiations searching for an answer to this question. Citizens, civil society, journalists, students, researchers, international servants, NGOs, artists, writers, photographers, films makers, experts, decision makers, enterprises, farmers and everyone worldwide all need to know what is at stake in their field of activity. 

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Visite du Pape François à Genève. Le service communication du WCC n’accepte pas la critique et joue au dictateur.

CHRETIENS. Surchargé par une lourde charge de travail pour la venue du Souverain Pontif le service de communication du World Council of Churches à Genève -organisateur de l’événement-  pète les plombs, commet des erreurs d’organisation sans vouloir les reconnaître et utilise des méthodes digne des tyrans pour éviter les critiques.

Faiths. Le pape François viendra sceller le dialogue entre Eglises

GENEVA. Le pape François est attendu jeudi pendant dix heures à Genève et dans le canton de Vaud. Une visite «historique» sous haute sécurité en Suisse, près de 15 ans après celle de Jean-Paul II, qui doit renforcer l'unité avec d'autres Eglises dont la faîtière a 70 ans.

Photography. Famed photojournalist David Douglas Duncan dies at 102

SWEAT. To photograph the U.S. assault on Okinawa, a World War II battle so fierce it was remembered as a “typhoon of steel,” David Douglas Duncan lay suspended under the wing of a P-38 fighter plane.

Society. Ending clergy abuse (ECA) a global justice project

ABUSE. Ending Clerical Abuse (ECA) is a worldwide organization of human rights’ activists from over 17 countries and 5 continents who focus on children’s and victims’ rights to compel the Church to end clerical abuse, especially child sexual abuse, in order to protect children and to seek effective justice for victims.

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