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Promoting International Geneva



For partner organizations and targeted audience, the Perception Change Project offers opportunities for working together.


PCP Meet-up - Working together











Once a month, the PCP hosts a meet-up for partner organizations. These meetings provide opportunities to test innovative ways of communication and generate new projects.



Public events - in Geneva and surrounding











The PCP also encourages the participation of partner organizations in public events to promote peace, rights and well-being and raise awareness of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

In 2015 and 2018, together with the Eduki Foundation and the Fondation pour Genève, PCP took International Geneva to the Cité des Métiers, the biggest career fair in Switzerland.

In 2019, together with the Fondation pour Genève, the PCP showcased the impact of Geneva-based organizations in an exhibition.
KidsWannaKnow - Youngest and eldest talking about International Geneva









KidsWannaKnow involves a one-to-one interview between a student and a representative from International Geneva.

Experts answer questions on topics such as human rights, migration and refugees.

The interviews are recorded and shared on social media to inspire students all around the world.


Watch the videos: https://bit.ly/2KE4OZV

Young Reporters - Promoting International Geneva among the youngest











In 2015, the PCP together with Eduki and the UN Information Service launched the "Young Reporters at UN Geneva" programme.

It offers students an opportunity to play the role of journalists and participate in press conferences especially organized for them.

Students get to know more about international issues and gain skills critical to their future.