Current Exhibits

Due to unforeseen circumstances related to the COVID-19 pandemic, in-person guided tours at United Nations Headquarters are temporarily suspended.

"What Were You Wearing?"

This powerful exhibit features 5 outfits on mannequins that represent survivors of sexual violence across the globe--one from each United Nations Regional Group. Each outfit was worn by a survivor at the time of their assault. The objective of this project is to acknowledge survivors’ bravery and resilience.

This exhibit is organized by Rise and endorsed by the Spotlight Initiative, in connection with the 16 Days of Activism against Gender-Based Violence (25 November - 10 December).

Currently on display at UNHQ through end of 2021.

"Three Quarters of A Century After Hiroshima and Nagasaki"

This exhibit tells the stories of the Hibakusha (atomic bomb survivors) through testimonials based on first-hand experiences, along with data and statistics related to nuclear warfare, to exemplify the 70-plus year effort of the survivors and the United Nations to achieve a world without nuclear weapons.

This exhibit is organized by Nihon Hidankyo and endorsed by the UN Office for Disarmament Affairs.

Currently on display at UNHQ until 11 January 2022.