Geneva Call
Geneva Call

Geneva Call (2000; Geneva; 60 staff;

A non-governmental humanitarian organization that works to improve the protection of civilians in armed conflict. Consequently, it encourages “armed non-State actors to respect international humanitarian norms, particularly those related to the protection of civilians in armed conflict.”

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Leadership: Jean Keller (Chair) and Alain Délétroz (Director General)

Budget: CHF 8.6m (2020)

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