Geneva photo exhibit to showcase Green Cross

Green Cross will take centre stage in Geneva during September 2012 after local authorities granted us use of the city’s coveted lake promenade photo exhibition space to display the activities of our global network and programmes.

The Quai Wilson photo exhibit space offers Green Cross the chance to graphically depict on 100 large panels the work of our organization, which has over 30 national organizations and its international headquarters located in Geneva.
“The photo exhibit is a unique opportunity to show thousands of visitors and residents of this great international city just how Green Cross is striving to make a difference for our planet and humanity,” says Adam Koniuszewski, chief operating officer of Green Cross International.
As part of the exhibit, Green Cross will dedicate several of the 100 panels to photographers from around the world to feature images that relate to the numerous countries where we operate and are also relevant to our fields of work, namely: water, environmental security and sustainability, social and medical services, value change and education, and smart energy.
Green Cross, which was founded by Soviet Union President and Nobel Peace Prize laureate Mikhail Gorbachev in 1993, is an independent non-profit and nongovernmental organization working to address the inter-connected global challenges of security, poverty eradication and environmental degradation through a combination of advocacy and local projects.
If you are interested in profiling your work within the exhibit or learning more about it, please send an email to media@gci.ch.

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