Participate in the Geneva Forum
To join the event, we invite you to click on the link that we will send you by email and on the program. You will find one link per daily conference. The conferences will take place on the online platform ZOOM. We advise you to have the application on your computer beforehand.
You will be asked not to activate your camera in order to fluidify the network.
Ask questions during the conferences
If you wish to ask questions during the conferences, this is possible. You will not be able to activate your camera and microphone during the event but a Chat platform is available. Some of the questions asked will be answered live by the speaker. For other questions, you will find the answers on an online page of the Geneva Forum website. Please ask your questions "to everyone", not just the speaker.
For all of our conferences we will offer live English/French and French/English translation. Indeed, during the same conference, the speakers will be able to adopt either English or French.
To optimize your experience at the Geneva Forum, we advise you to check that no other device is connected to the same Internet network as you and to dissociate the connection of your cell phone and your computer.
You can also close or pause all the applications and software open on your computer.
If you are a participant, these instructions are just tips. If you are a speaker, they are mandatory.
Our conferences are available worldwide. However, be careful because the times announced in the program are those of Geneva (Paris time zone).
Here are some connections, 3 p.m. in Geneva.
Tokyo (Japan) +8 hours: 23 hours
Beijing (China) +7 hours: 22 hours
Kinshasa (Democratic Republic of Congo) +0 hour: 15 hours
Nairobi (Kenya) +2 hours: 17 hours
Santiago (Chile) -4 hours: 11 hours
Rio de Janeiro (Brazil) -4 hours : 11 hours
Mexico City (Mexico) -7 hours: 8 hours
New York (USA) -6 hours: 9 hours
London (England) -1 hour: 14 hours