Partners

Our partners are the basis of collaboratio helvetica and have strongly supported to make it happen.

 
 

The United Nations have defined 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). All countries have committed themselves to meeting these challenges and implementing the goals by 2030. The pioneering project Collaboratio Helvetica creates space for dialogue and addresses the issue of what kind of contribution we as Swiss citizens want to make to these SDGs. Thanks to the support of Engagement Migros, Collaboratio Helvetica and its community are exploring selected SDGs in thematic Social Labs. They are building bridges between important players and unlikely allies, to jointly deliberate on specific challenges, as well as to develop real solutions and projects. This process is structured to be as open, participative and co-creative as possible, so that the collective impact of Switzerland’s ecosystem can be enhanced.

Collaboratio Helvetica was founded by committed individuals from Impact Hub Zürich, Bern and Geneva, foraus, euforia, GreenBuzz and Coworking Switzerland, and is being supported and collectively designed by representatives of several universities, a variety of businesses, start-ups and NGOs, federal offices, and associations.

For Stefan Schöbi, Director Engagement Migros, the greatest potential of the project lies, in addition to its concept, in the fact that it structurally strengthens the Swiss co-working industry, which, because of its diversity, has not yet been able to adequately serve as an opinion leader or developer. “We believe that significant social challenges are best approached collectively,” says Schöbi.


The Executive School of Management, Technology and Law (ES-HSG) is the executive education organisation of the University of St.Gallen. The Executive School offers its own selection of executive education options, and will give you access to a strong portfolio of programmes in the fields of management, law, technology and economics, located at the university’s different institutions. Our range of courses is suitable for those at all stages of their career: high potentials with or without a Bachelor’s degree, as well as executives from middle and top management. With one of central Europe’s largest management faculties, we will be your renowned educational partner, allowing you to acquire new perspectives and career options.


Trans4m is a passionate enabler of individual and collective transformation processes. They address the burning issues of our time, releasing individual and collective genius. 
At its core, Trans4m is a catalyst of a new integral theory and practice, supporting individuals, organisations, communities and societies to engage in carefully designed transformative processes, in order to develop their full potential and to contribute, in a sustainable and life-affirming way, to the development of humanity.

Trans4m’s visionary, yet practical, Integral Worlds approach holds that each member of a social organism has a distinct task to contribute to the healthy evolution of the whole. This is equally relevant for the development of an individual, an organisation and a community. It is also pertinent for the world at large, where each society – with its unique culture and people – has a contributing role to play to humanity and planet.

Headquartered in Geneva, Switzerland, and Hotonnes, France, the Trans4m movement works through its Fellows, Integral Centers and Partner Organisations literally on all continents. 

 

PWN Global is a not-for-profit global professional network and a social catalyst for balanced leadership. Globally and locally PWN supports some fifty organisations in their strategy to build gender balanced leadership within their organisation. As a dynamic fast growing offline and online networking and leadership development platform, PWN Global supports professional women and men in all sectors and industries. With over 3,500 members and more than 90 nationalities, PWN Global’s volunteer-led organisation delivers over 600 events per year, in 30 city networks. Recognising the importance of personal development, PWN Global also offers a comprehensive cross border, cross industry mentoring programme to all members.

PWN Global is a great believer in the power of collaboration to achieve sustainable ideas and strategies that will comprehensively move the needle on gender balance at work and in society in general. We are delighted to be working with collaboratio helvetica, ensuring that we draw ideas from the broadest possible spectrum of society, to really understand the main themes and issues that need to be addressed, from all perspectives. Our involvement with collaboratio helvetica will most definitely feed into PWN Global’s strategic direction and programme development so that we can continue to support our individual and corporate members to build better balanced workplaces, locally and globally.