Events

Events to come

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03.11 / 10.11 / 17.11 - Online Legal update for International NGOs

Event organised by the Centre d'Accueil de la Genève Internationale, in partnership with the Geneva Centre for Philanthropy

Tuesdays, 12h15-13h00

Past sessions: 27.10.20


 

18.11.2020 | 12.00 pm- 1.30 pm - Key learnings from the Lemanic region and opportunities for other cantons

How can we further strengthen the philanthropy ecosystem? How can we do better, more efficiently? What can other cantons learn from the Lemanic region?

One year after the publication of the study « Doing Better, More Efficiently : Measuring and Enhancing Philanthropic Vitality in the lemanic region », this webinar is the opportunity to discuss key learnings, next steps and opportunities for engagement.

Speakers :

Dr. Maximilian Martin

Prof. Henry Peter

Dr. Pascale Vonmont

 

To access the online webinar, please register here>>


 

25-26-27.11.2020 International Conference Taxation and Philanthropy, University of Geneva

Academic colloquium and Conference open to the public (26.11.2020, Uni Dufour).

Key note speaker: Mr Pascal Saint-Amans, Director of the Centre for Tax Policy and Administration, OECD.

Presentation of the results of an international study conducted jointly by the OECD and the Geneva Centre for Philanthropy.

The Concept Paper of the Conference describing the principal research questions and the preliminary programme are available.

More info on the Conference website: https://www.unige.ch/conference-philanthropy-taxation/


 

02.02.2021 - Philanthropy Lunch: How can philanthropy support companies to advance human rights? 

Speakers:

Ambassador François Zimeray

Prof. Dorothee Baumann-Pauly, Director of the Geneva Center for Business and Human Rights, UNIGE (Geneva School for Economics and Management) and Research Director at the NYU Stern Center for Business and Human Rights

Dr. Giulia Neri-Castracane, Lecturer and Academic fellow of the GCP

Panel moderated by Prof. Henry Peter, Head of the GCP

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