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The Swiss Foundation of the ISS
In cooperation with partners including the Hague Conference of Private International Law, the University of Geneva and several Central Authorities, ISS network organized an international conference that brought together, from 21 to 23 October in Geneva, various actors to debate and exchange ideas for the strengthening and implementation of the 1996 Hague Convention worldwide, as well as to analyse its synergies with the Brussels II Bis Regulation and to promote ISS involvement in cross-border child protection globally.
A few weeks ago, the Swiss Foundation of the International Social Service (ISS) organized a one week workshop camp for unaccompanied minors (MNA) in the Vaud Alps. This event aimed to create, with these young people, the first issue of a newspaper that is dedicated to them.
On September 17 at the Museum of Natural History in Geneva was held the awareness day of the Committee's recommendations on children's rights. This meeting brought together over 80 people from civil society, federal, cantonal and communal administration, academia and politics.
In the beautiful setting of the gourmet restaurant “Le Vieux-Bois” in Geneva, was held on September 18, a charity gala for children Syrian refugees. A hundred people answered present at the event which was the occasion to raise awareness of our NGO, ISS Switzerland.
Une liste d’organisations actives dans la recherche d’origines et de personnes basées en Suisse et/ou à l’étranger est maintenant disponible.