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    Yousuf Syed Khan
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Ninotchka (1939)
Ninotchka (1939)
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Plumbing the depths of international criminal law with the brilliant Kevin Jon Heller (@UvA_Amsterdam) and my brother @ahjers
Plumbing the depths of international criminal law with the brilliant Kevin Jon Heller (@UvA_Amsterdam) and my brother @ahjers
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Look who I found . . . ๐Ÿ™๐Ÿผ
With my friend Laila in Eaux-Vives quartier
With my friend Laila in Eaux-Vives quartier
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A very happy Sunday evening in Geneva with my gorgeous friends (colleagues/mentors) Suki and Laila, whom I was lucky enough to have met and learned from while serving as a Human Rights Officer with the United Nations Assistance Mission in #Afghanistan (UNAMA) ๐Ÿ‡ฆ๐Ÿ‡ซin 2013. Time flies โณ๐Ÿฆ…
A very happy Sunday evening in Geneva with my gorgeous friends (colleagues/mentors) Suki and Laila, whom I was lucky enough to have met and learned from while serving as a Human Rights Officer with the United Nations Assistance Mission in #Afghanistan  (UNAMA) ๐Ÿ‡ฆ๐Ÿ‡ซin 2013. Time flies โณ๐Ÿฆ…
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Villa Moynier (Geneva Academy of International Humanitarian Law and Human Rights)
Villa Moynier (Geneva Academy of International Humanitarian Law and Human Rights)
'Broken Chair' is a monumental sculpture in wood by Swiss artist Daniel Berset, constructed by carpenter Louis Genรจve. It constitutes 5,5 tonnes of wood and stands at 12 metres high.

The installation depicts a chair with a broken leg, symbolising opposition to landmines and cluster bombs, and attempts to serve as a reminder to diplomats, politicians, and others visiting the United Nations HQ in Geneva (Palais des Nations) of the pain such weapons cause civilian victims of armed conflict.
'Broken Chair' is a monumental sculpture in wood by Swiss artist Daniel Berset, constructed by carpenter Louis Genรจve. It constitutes 5,5 tonnes of wood and stands at 12 metres high. The installation depicts a chair with a broken leg, symbolising opposition to landmines and cluster bombs, and attempts to serve as a reminder to diplomats, politicians, and others visiting the United Nations HQ in Geneva (Palais des Nations) of the pain such weapons cause civilian victims of armed conflict.