Simon Bradley

Profile

Born in London, Simon is a multimedia journalist who has worked for www.swissinfo.ch since 2006. He speaks French, German and Spanish and covers the United Nations and other international organisations in Geneva, and a wide range of issues mainly in French-speaking Switzerland. Initials: sb

Expertise

People, politics, art, exploring the mobile journalism world.

Computer-generated image of the 20,000-seat stadium to be built in Vevey for the Fête des Vignerons 2019.
The proportion of under-25s getting their licence in Geneva has fallen from 75% 15 years ago to 65%, according to mobility specialist Vincent Kaufmann
Niggli, director general of WADA during a symposium in Lausanne on Monday 
A traffic jam in Geneva: perhaps another reason why young people here show less interest in cars
Warm relations: the historic 1985 meeting in Geneva between US President Ronald Reagan and Soviet General Secretary Mikhail Gorbachev helped break the Cold War ice
Protesters demanded internship opportunities that are accessible to all
Obtaining a permit to work in Switzerland, like this B residence permit, depends on many factors, including where you are from, the skills you have and quotas, but having money also helps.
Switzerland accounts for only 2% of the global art market but is a major player with major international art shows like Art Basel 
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