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Organization of press conferences and support for visiting journalists
The Geneva Press Club (CSP), located in the international organizations district allows journalists and representatives of international organizations, NGOs and States to meet and organize press conferences and seminars.
A fully equipped and modular media room allows press conferences to be streamed over the Internet. The CSP organizes more than 100 events annually-- press conferences, seminars and debates -- and has a network of more than 500 journalists.
It assists journalists in all matters pertaining to the work of global players in Geneva and also provides workstations for visiting journalists.
The Foreign Press Association in Switzerland and Liechtenstein, (known by its French acronym APES), founded in 1928 in Geneva, has more than 120 active members: correspondants of large press agencies, newspapers, magazines TV and radio from more than 46 countries. The vast majority of APES members are based in Geneva and its committee maintains permanent contact with Swiss and foreign official institutions, international organizations, NGOs, as well as many diplomatic missions.
The Association of Accredited Correspondents at the United Nations (ACANU) in Geneva, is charged with defending the professional interests of its members and with taking all necessary steps to support their work with the United Nations. ACANU organizes press conferences, exhibitions and various events for its members.