The University of Geneva (UNIGE) has created the Geneva Centre for Philanthropy to support the international expansion and influence of philanthropy in the Geneva region. The centre specialises in inter-disciplinary research and teaching in philanthropy together with knowledge transfer.
The Centre for Philanthropy is a public-private partnership between UNIGE and a number of major Geneva-based foundations. The centre aims to encourage research and academic training in philanthropy and to ensure that knowledge is transferred to meet the needs of practitioners and the Geneva region.
The centre delivers a variety of services in close cooperation with the different faculties in the University of Geneva and the partner foundations. These include an international conference, the Geneva Summit on Philanthropy, which will offer open dialogue on innovative themes between academics researching in the field and committed philanthropists.
Interview de Giulia Neri-Castracane, academic fellow of the Geneva Centre for Philanthropy - 10.09.208, Le Temps
CALL FOR PAPERS: Geneva Summit on Sustainable Finance 2018 - Emerging Trends in Sustainable Finance - Conference next 7 December, Geneva
Ce qui motive les philanthropes, RTS La 1ère/ Journal de 13h/ Vacarme, 13.05, 20.06. 2018
OCDE Private Philanthropy for Development report- 23 March 2018
Geneva Centre for Philanthropy, "knowledge partner" of the new OECD Centre on philanthropy
La revue de l'avocat, February 2018 - Les avocats et la philanthropie, Henry Peter
Philanthropy and its main legal implications, course at the Faculty of law, academic year 2018-2019
Press release, 28.09.2017