Semaine de la diplomatie : 24 - 28 avril 2023. Pour consulter le programme, cliquez ici : link



The Webmaster Department maintains the association’s website, ensures that it is always up-to-date, and manages any issues that may arise. The Webmaster collaborates closely with the Journalism Department and with the broader association as a whole. Other duties include benchmarking articles and encouraging interaction between readers and members of the association.

Send an email to the Webmaster Department



Melina Lässer

“As a second-year student of the Bachelor in “International Relations”, I wanted to be part of an association that has similar values to mine and that reflects my personal interests.
My interest in diplomacy, international relations and politics were the main reason why I decided to study in Geneva.
Getting involved in an association to get to know people with the same values and learn new things about issues that affect different parts of the world was an opportunity I had to seize.
“Technology” in international relations is becoming more and more important. That is why I decided to apply for a position in the Webmaster department. To be able to learn more about this field and acquire practical skills.”


Ilaria Colciaghi

“I joined the SDSA at the beginning of my Masters in International Relations to discover the world of diplomacy and international cooperation. While my involvement in the Coordination and Webmaster departments has enabled me to acquire a range of skills and knowledge that will be useful for my professional future, the high-quality events organised by the association have made this experience even more rewarding.”




Nour Pagès

“I joined the SDSA as a 3rd year student in a Psychology Bachelor’s because of my keen interest in effective communication. The Webmaster Department is an opportunity for me to broaden my horizons and develop digital skills, as well as new ways to implement my knowledge in psychology to promote global cooperation. This role allows me to bridge my academic background with diplomacy and develop technical and practical skills that will serve both my personal and professional future. “