A rebel Switzerland Criticism of repression practised by the Argentine military regime, Paris, 1978 Lausanne History Museum Electoral campaign poster of Swiss leftwing groups, Zurich, 1979 Museum of Design, Zurich Boycott campaign against South Africa's apartheid regime, Delémont, 1976 Geneva Library, poster department Publication of the Longo Maï cooperative, 1974 Swiss Social Archives, Zurich Poster made by Peter König for Zurich Labour Party youth, aimed at criticising police violence Lausanne History Museum Publication of progressive youth supporting spontaneity movement, Lausanne, 1971. Cantonal and university library, Dorigny Support for an initiative to decriminalise abortion during the first 12 weeks of pregnancy, 1977 Lausanne History Museum Campaign against a visit to Switzerland by United States General William Westmoreland, Carlo Berta, Ticino, 1969 Geneva Library, poster department Evening event before May 1, Basel, 1975 Museum of Design, Zurich Initiative against the construction of nuclear power plants, Bern, 1979 Lausanne History Museum An exhibition in Lausanne celebrates 40 years of activism since May 1968. This content was published on April 16, 2008 April 16, 2008 More More The changing face of International Geneva International Geneva is an important hub for multilateralism. But it is facing some unprecedented challenges. Contributions under this article have been turned off. You can find an overview of ongoing debates with our journalists here. Please join us! If you want to start a conversation about a topic raised in this article or want to report factual errors, email us at email@example.com. Sort by Newest first Oldest first Load more More More Download the SWIplus app and stay informed Do you want to stay informed abroad? Now our app SWIplus offers even more Switzerland: with news, stories and our briefing!
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