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

U.S. Hosts ITU Council Reception


The United States hosted a reception in honor of delegates to the 2018 ITU Council and to express support for two women making outstanding contributions to the work of the ITU, Doreen Bogdan Martin, the U.S. candidate for Director of the ITU Telecommunication Development Bureau, and Joanne Wilson, candidate for a second term on the Radio Regulations Board (RRB).

Visit by Boston University Student Group

The U.S. Mission welcomed a group of undergraduates participating in a semester-long program with Boston University's Study Abroad program in Geneva.  The students are enrolled in a program in partnership with the University of Geneva focusing on Global Health, International Relations, and International Law. During their time in Geneva, the students take classes and intern with local NGOs and international organizations. Though most are enrolled at Boston University, several attend other American universities. The group was briefed on the scope of work of the U.S. Mission and also learned about Foreign Service careers.

The U.S. Mission welcomed a group of undergraduates participating in a semester-long program with Boston University’s Study Abroad program in Geneva.

Welcome Remarks by Chargé d’Affaires Allegra for Star Wars Screening


Good afternoon, and welcome friends, colleagues, Star Wars fans. And a special welcome to the Jedi old and young among us!

Welcome Remarks by Theodore Allegra at PEPFAR Reception


Since 2004, PEPFAR (the President’s Emergency Fund for AIDS Relief), has supported comprehensive HIV prevention services, and provided life-saving anti-retroviral treatment to millions of people living with HIV.