Opening up to the international world

Supporting the action taken by the federal and Geneva authorities for the international development of Geneva.

On Wednesday 28th October 2020, the Fondation pour Genève awarded the 2020 Prize to Patrick Chappatte, Press cartoonist.

Ivan Pictet is leaving the Fondation pour Genève after 20 years as President.
The Foundation Board has appointed Marc Pictet, partner at Pictet & Cie Group SCA, to succeed him.

Visit the Exhibition “100 years of multilateralism in Geneva” until October 30 at the Place des Nations. It was developed by the United Nations Office at Geneva with the support of the Fondation pour Genève.

The Fondation pour Genève publishes a new booklet on Internet gouvernance, written by Dr. Michael Kende, Senior Fellow at the Graduate Institute Geneva.
This study is part of a series of publications that aims to study the poles of expertise and competence in international Geneva.

With the launch of the booklet “Internet Governance in international Geneva”, the Fondation pour Genève and the Centre for Trade and Economic Integration (The Graduate Institute) organized Wednesday, September 16 2020 at the Maison de la Paix a roundtable discussion with a panel of experts.

The banks: Pictet & Cie Group SCA, Lombard Odier & Cie SA, Credit Suisse Group AG, Mirabaud & Cie SA, Bordier & Cie, Reyl & Cie SA, UBS Switzerland AG – The companies: Richemont International SA, JT International SA, Litasco SA, ACE & Company SA, LS Travel Retail International SA, m3 GROUPE, MKS (Switzerland) SA, MSC Mediterranean Shipping Company SA, Procter & Gamble International Operations SA, PSA International SA, Rolex SA – The institutions: Fédération des Entreprises Romandes Genève – The foundations: Fondation Hippomène – The benefactors: Stéphane Barbier-Mueller, Rémy Best, Nicolas Brunschwig, Jean Bonna, Bertrand Demole, Claude Demole, Françoise Demole, Pierre Keller, Brigitte Lescure, Thierry Lombard, Yves Mirabaud, Yves Oltramare, Charles Pictet, Ivan Pictet, Nicolas Pictet, Renaud de Planta, Adam Said, Jacques de Saussure, Guy Waldvogel