Greycells benefits from the recognition, assistance and guidance of the NGO Service of the Geneva Welcome Center (CAGI). The Service is overseen by the Presidential Department of the Republic and State of Geneva, and acts as an interface between the Geneva authorities and NGOs. It works in collaboration with the United Nations, the Swiss Confederation, the city of Geneva, and any other stakeholder involved in the participation of civil society in the discussions and activities of International Geneva.
Fondation Eduki is organizing a "concours sur la coopération internationale", open to all secondary school in Switzerland. The theme of this year concours is "le développement durable et les dix-sept objectifs mondiaux" adopted by the General Assembly earlier this year. The cooperation of Greycells takes three forms, first it is validating the content of the information documents addressed to the schools; second it will be providing support to teachers and/or students who intend to participate in the competition and to develop a project; third Greycells members will be invited to contribute to workshops organized for those involved in this competition.
For more information on our partnership please visit our page at the following address:
Greycells is a member of the network of institutions cooperating with the perception change project. The International Geneva Perception Change project was launched by Director-General Michael Møller in early 2014. The project aims to highlight the impact of the work done by all of the UN and international organizations, non-governmental organizations and other institutions based in Geneva. Its objective is to broaden the overall understanding of just how relevant the work carried out by international Geneva is, not only in the context of humanitarian assistance, peacekeeping or global health, but also to everyday life.
For more information on our participation at the PCP network please visit our page at the following address:
As agreed at a session of the Executive Committee of Greycells, and following the modification of our Statutes, Greycells became member of the 1% Fund and the 1§% Fund became member of Greycells.
The Swiss association lREI Sismondi was created to formally establish a collaboration between experts, who had a life of their own giving technical support to consultancies with international organizations and civil society entities, to missions from developing countries and participating as IREI in international forums related to issues of the economy and international development.