The Right Livelihood Collection

Right Livelihood is a courage-powered community for social change. Established in 1980, they are committed to peace, justice and sustainability for all. Each year, they present the Right Livelihood Award. By recognising the actions of brave visionaries and building impactful connections around the world, the Award boosts urgent and long-term social change. 182 Laureates from 72 countries have received the distinction to date. However, the work of the Right Livelihood Foundation goes beyond only presenting the Award: they provide these change-makers with long-term support.

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New e-resources for 2021

In addition to our move to a new catalogue, this winter was also a period of major additions to our digital resources. We joined the Consortium of Swiss Academic Libraries and signed new contracts with major publishers. Here are some of the new accesses we unlocked to help you study in the time of COVID-19.

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Read your favourite newspapers and magazines on PressReader

PressReader is an app/database offering access to more than 6,000 newspapers and magazines from more than 100 countries in 60+ languages. The Graduate Institute community can read their publications on a mobile device or computer wherever they live, travel or study.

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Cinéma, enseignement et bibliothèque : entretien croisé avec deux professeurs

La Bibliothèque encourage et soutient les professeurs, les chercheurs et les étudiants qui utilisent le cinéma dans leur travail, en tant qu’objet d’analyse ou simple médium. Elle leur met à disposition une collection riche de plus de 3500 DVD, des outils de diffusion et de partage comme le site communautaire VIMEO et les invite à effectuer des propositions d’achat. Riccardo Bocco, professeur d’anthropologie et sociologie, ainsi que Davide Rodogno, professeur d’histoire internationale, témoignent.

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