Greycells - Association of former international civil servants for development is a non-profit association governed by the Greycells Statutes and by Articles 60 et seq. of the Swiss Civil Code. It was formally established on 17 January 2008.
Greycells is a channel through which retired international civil servants willing to contribute to the global development effort can make their experience and expertise available, on a volunteer basis.
Greycells has two main aims: a) help with integration into the Geneva environment through assistance to non-resident delegations, to permanent missions, to international organizations, to NGOs or others requiring advice and/or practical help and b) participate in the efforts of the international community in support of developing and least developed countries through identification and implementation of specific projects, and help with fund-raising.
The United Nations Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC) granted the Special Consultative Status to Greycells on August 2017
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