Women in Crisis - Vulnerable to Risk, Vital to Recovery
Through some powerful women stories, this photo exhibition proves that humanitarian assistance is far more effective when it reaches and empowers women who, rather than helpless victims, are vital to recovery. The exhibition is organized by UN Women. It is endorsed by the Permanent Mission of Japan to the United Nations.
On display 9 March – 16 April 2017
A Legacy of Black Achievement
A selection of 21 portraits of notable black individuals, past and present, primarily British and American displayed in connection with the observance of the 10th annual International Day of Remembrance of the victims of Slavery and the transatlantic slave trade (25 March).
The exhibition is organized by the International Slavery Museum in Liverpool, United Kingdom. It is endorsed by the UN Department of Public Information.
On display 8 – 29 March 2017
Her Story - A Celebration of Leading Women in the United Nations
This chronological photo exhibit showcases women staff who have held UN’s most senior positions. While highlighting the important contribution women made, the exhibit points out the gender imbalances that still exist within the Organization.
The exhibition is organized by the Group of Friends for Gender Parity led by the Ambassador to the Mission of Colombia to the United Nations.
On display 8 March – 2 April 2017
UN Headquarters: A Workshop for Peace
The exhibition features archival images of the planning and building of UNHQ between 1949 and 1952 and photos of the recently renovated compound. The exhibition is organized by the UN Department of Public Information with the generous support of the Mission of Italy to the United Nations.
United Nations Mine Action Service 20 Years
This exhibition celebrates 20 years of mine action carried out by the United Nations Mine Action Service (UNMAS). It shows how “mine action” has evolved from the relatively straightforward process of finding and destroying landmines to a fully comprehensive five-pillar response to the carnage wreaked by an increasingly vicious range of weapons. The content is displayed on a very large tapestry where the different components of mine action work are highlighted.
The exhibition is organized by the United Nations Mine Action Service in connection with the International Day of Mine Awareness and Mine Action (4 April).
On display 1 April – 28 May 2017
Finno Ugric and Samoyed People
This free-standing photo exhibition portrays the cultures and languages of the Uralic people – namely, Finno-Ugric and Samoyed peoples. Uralic indigenous people dwell in areas from the Danube Plains to the Taymyr Peninsula in northern Siberia. Their traditions, languages and ways of life vary to significant degrees as does the huge land that they live on.
The exhibition is organized by the Permanent Mission of Estonia to the United Nations in connection with the upcoming Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues (24 April – 5 May). The content is provided by the Estonian National Museum.
On display 6 April – 25 May 2017