Every year, more than 250 collaborators from 40 different nations work with Genèveroule. This social and cultural diversity constitutes one of the main strength of the organisation, allowing it to provide high-quality service, connected to the promotion of soft mobility in the Canton of Geneva.
Despite the acquisition of an integrative professional experience, the collaborators of Genèveroule can have difficulty integrating the job market, because of several obstacles, including racial discrimination.
To inform and raise awareness concerning this reality, the project “Mains à l’oeuvre – l’égalité dans la diversité„ highlights a series of portraits and testimonials in the form of a photo and video exhibition.
The vernissage will take place on March 22 at 6pm, during the Week against Racism, with a theatretical intervention by Babel 2.0.
Being aware that the bike will become the privileged means of transport in the city, for professional travels and leisure purposes, Genèveroule offers free bikes on loan during the beautiful season and bikes rental throughout the year. The regular practice of biking brings a simple solution for many societal problems: congestion of the cities, rarity of parkings, pollution, sedentarism.Back to all Events