About the U.S. Mission in Geneva

The United States Mission to the United Nations and Other International Organizations in Geneva advances U.S. policy on the front lines of multilateral diplomacy at over 100 international organizations in Geneva. U.S. Mission personnel engage daily on issues as diverse as refugee crises, global health, international law, economic development, trade, the environment, arms control and human rights.

 

News from Geneva

Students from the SIT visited the U.S. Mission

A group of students from the School for International Training (SIT) visited the U.S. Mission. The students visited the U.S. Mission as part of their study abroad program that examines the evolving role of multilateral diplomacy in international relations and responses to security challenges from the international hub of Geneva. The group met with Deputy Counselor for Public Affairs, Meg Riggs, and was briefed on the roles and responsibilities the U.S. Mission fulfills on Geneva's international stage.

U.S. Mission Photo/Eric Bridiers

The students visited the U.S. Mission as part of their study abroad program that examines the evolving role of multilateral diplomacy in international relations and responses to security challenges from the international hub of Geneva.

SOAS Students Visit the U.S. Mission

SOAS Students Visit US Mission

The group engaged in a discussion on the unique role of the Mission in implementing multilateral policy.

Speaker Program with Dina Smeltz

Dina

The U.S. Mission and Webster University welcome Dina Smeltz, senior fellow on public opinion and foreign policy at the Chicago Council on Global Affairs, for talks about polling in the US and Europe in the run-up to the 2016 US election and the Brexit vote.