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Geneva Agape Foundation (GAF) is a global non-profit foundation based in Geneva Switzerland. GAF aims at living love (Agape) in a professional and practical way through Values-driven Entrepreneurship, Innovative Philanthropy and Values-driven Investments. GAF acts as Innovator, Incubator and Facilitator to transform lives and society with the Agape-love.

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2018 Conference

Faith-Based Entrepreneurs: "Stronger Together" Conference Report is now available

Stronger Together: Faith-based Entrepreneur Conference was held for the first time on 22-23 Jan. 2018 in Ecumenical Center, Geneva, Switzerland. It was co-organized by Geneva Agape Foundation and World Council of Churches.

Around 60 participants from five continents gathered for the 2-day in-depth sharing and exchange on the topic of faith in business, in finance and in investment.

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2nd enlarged Faith at Work Directory 2018 is available now!

Faith at Work Directory - Online searchable database is now available!

  1. Salt 2018 Conference: #StandTogether: Friday 3rd October 9.30am-4.30pm, Methodist Central Hall, Westminster, London SW1H 9NH. The conference will provide an opportunity to listen to business leaders from a range of sectors and hear how they’re transforming business, communities and lives.  Book your place here or email salt@christian-aid.org to find out More.

  2. WEA Faith in Finance Consultation, July 21-22. In advance of the Christian Economic Forum, the World Evangelical Alliance´s Business Coalition gathered a group of Christian financial leaders in St. Moritz/ Switzerland in order to strategise and discuss faith-based investment guidelines from an evangelical point of view. (More)
  3. The third Forum of the Swiss “Forum Ethik” will be held on 30 and 31 Aug 2018 in Thun near Berne/Switzerland. The topic deals with the balance of selfinterest and interest of the other in business, economy, environment.. Programme attached. Forum is in German. (More)
  4. GAF is hiring a Programme Executive Investments, effective on 1 Sep. 2018. Would you like to work with us in Geneva? (More)
  5.  “Religions in OBOR” (RIO) is a new international research programme 2018-2022. The starting conference was held at and organized by the Academy of Religions at the well-known Minzu (Minorities) University in Beijing on 31 May and 1 June 2018 with Chinese and International Scholars. (More)
  6. A group of SME entrepreneurs of Kingdom Business College KBC in China mixed with church leaders took part in the pilgrimage and training in Rome, Geneva, Taizé and Paris. The trip was co-organized by KBC and GAF for the fourth time. (More)
  7.  We believe the churches' voice will impact the global economy - Apply for Ecumenical School on Governance, Economics and Management (GEM) for an Economy of Life - 19 - 31 August 2018, Mexico City, Mexico (More)
  8. Michael Moller, Secretary-General of the UNOG received the Executive Director of GAF (More)
  9.  The Zurich-based bi-weekly Magazine “Reformiert” has featured an interview with Prof. Cui Wantian, the President of GAF in its November edition. (More)
  10. Eight world religions launching in Zug on 31 Oct. guidelines for investment policies which correspond to their faith values. GAF, present by its President Cui Wantian and Executive Director Christoph Stückelberger, actively contributed. (More)          
  11. Amity Foundation, GAF's leading partner, co-organized a charity exchange forum in Hongkong on Sep. 25 in the wake of 99 Charity Day. (More)

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