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20-30 October 2020
Palais des Nations
Europe/Zurich timezone


Art Impact 4 Health and SDGs

The United Nations Office at Geneva and the World Health Organization in Geneva present the exhibition “Art Impact 4 SGDs and Leadership” from 20 to 30 October 2020 at the Palais des Nations, E Building, 3rd floor Exhibitions Gallery.

It is an exhibition of paintings, photography and sculptures organized on the occasion of the UNOG-WAAS Global Leadership 21 Project, by the United Nations, World Health Organization, UNGSII, UNESCO, UPEACE, WHIS, WWW, WAAS, Smile Train and Peru leading by French artist Isabelle Wachsmuth on importance of art to implement health (SDG3) and all SDGs.

Join us for the opening of the exhibition on Tuesday 20 October at 6 p.m. at UN Geneva, E Building, 3rd floor Exhibitions Gallery.


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Palais des Nations (MAP HERE)
Geneva, Switzerland

E Building 3rd Floor Exhibition Gallery, Palais des Nations

Starts Oct 20, 2020 18:00
Ends Oct 30, 2020 18:00
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