Mandat International

All you may want to know about Mandat International, its functioning, its projects and services, accommodation it provides, possibilities for internships and much more.

Mandat International: the organisation


For more information, see Mandat International's website
What is Mandat International's legal status?

Mandat International was founded in 1995 as an association under Swiss law and transformed in 2004 into a foundation which pursues goals of public utility. It is strictly independent of any political or religious affiliation.

It is governed by its Council of Foundation and seconded by a Consultative Committee which is composed of around 20 people actives in international organisations and NGOs throughout all spheres of activity of the international arena.

What are Mandat International's goals?
  • To promote international dialogue and cooperation.
  • To welcome, inform and facilitate the participation of non-governmental representatives in international conferences.
  • To support and provide budget accommodation to delegates from developing countries.
Where does Mandat International get its resources from?

The organisation relies on the following resources:

  • A majority of our projects are financially supported by our public partners.
  • We rely on significant in kind contributions from volunteers, members, interns and others.
  • A part of our equipment is given to us by mutual aid projects and by businesses.
  • International Organisations and NGOs provide us free of charge with a large amount of documentation that normally has to be paid for.
  • Support members pay us subscriptions.
Where are Mandat International's offices located?

Our office is located near the UN premises in Geneva. To get there, click here.

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