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Michael Møller

former Under Secretary-General of the UN, Director-General of the UN Office in Geneva from 2013 to 2019Chairman, GESDA Diplomacy Forum
Mr Møller spent 40 years as an international civil servant in the United Nations. He began his career in 1979 with the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees and worked for the United Nations in different capacities in New York, Mexico, Iran, Haiti, Cyprus and Geneva. From 1995 to 1997, he served as Senior Political Advisor to the Director-General of UNOG. Between 1997 and 2001, he was Head of the Office of the Under-Secretary-General for Political Affairs at United Nations headquarters; between 2001 and 2006 he was Director for Political, Peacekeeping and Humanitarian Affairs in the Office of the Secretary-General, while serving concurrently as Deputy Chef de Cabinet of the Secretary-General for the last two years of that period. Mr Møller also served as the Secretary-General’s Special Representative for Cyprus from 2006 to 2008 and was the Executive Director of the Kofi Annan Foundation from 2008 to 2011. In recognition of his efforts to deepen public understanding of the vital role played by the United Nations and its partners in Geneva, Mr Møller received a series of awards from the City of Geneva, the Union Suisse des Attachés de Presse and, most recently, the Fondation pour Genève. He was also awarded the Bourgeoisie d’Honneur de Genève by the Republic and Canton of Geneva in 2020. Born in Copenhagen in 1952, Michael Møller earned a Master’s degree in international relations from Johns Hopkins University in the United States and a Bachelor’s degree in international relations from the University of Sussex in the United Kingdom.