Forum cinfo 2018

Are you working / ready to work in humanitarian aid, development cooperation, economic cooperation or peace promotion?

  • Explore career opportunities
  • Establish new professional contacts
  • Add impetus to your career

Friday, 16 November 2018, 9 am – 4.30 pm
Stade de Suisse, Berne (Map)

Why «the Art of IC»

Shaping and advancing your career in international cooperation (IC) is an art, not a science. The career paths are often intricate and entwined. Visit Forum cinfo and get motivated!

For whom

  • Junior and experienced professionals
  • Professionals from other sectors who are interested in working in IC
  • Students and graduates who want to start a career in IC

Forum cinfo is THE opportunity to reflect on your next professional steps.


Meet the organisations

60+ organisations will be there for you: NGOs, the United Nations, international financial institutions, government actors, foundations, training and further education institutions. HR and line managers provide you with individual advice and answer your questions.

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Assess your career chances

Many workshops support you in improving your position in the labour market and help you find the answers to your career questions.

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Gain new insights

What’s new in the current application and selection processes? What are the education and training possibilities? What are the particularities of working for multilateral organisations? The Forum addresses these and other questions.

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Broaden your horizons

Topical issues will be discussed, such as the increasing humanitarian challenges, balancing a career in IC and family, and the problems of power disparity in the field.


Get your ticket now >>>
(CHF 20.– instead of 25.–)

CHF 20

Refunds up to 30 days before event
Terms and conditions

Cash payment is possible on-site: CHF 25.-. The number of tickets is limited. Priority will be given, if necessary, to online tickets.

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Do you have any questions or requests? We are gladly at your disposal.

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