International Animation Day

Did you know that 28 October has been dedicated to animated films for over 20 years? This date was chosen in memory of the pioneer Emile Reynaud who projected the first animated film at the famous Musée Grévin, in Paris, on 28 October 1892, and it is now celebrated in nearly 40 countries. On this occasion, the Library highlights special works that enrich its collection.

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All the news that’s fit to read: How you can access international newspapers online

Graduate Institute Students and staff commonly ask our reference service how to access the international press online. The fact is we do have subscriptions for a selection of international newspapers and magazines. Here is what you should know.

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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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