Organisational Information


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The Geneva Centre for Security Policy’s (GCSP) mission is to advance peace, security and international cooperation by providing the knowledge, skills and network for effective and inclusive decision-making through executive education, diplomatic dialogue, research and policy advice.

As we begin 2023 filled with the promise of new beginnings and the hope of a more secure, peaceful future together, we would like to take this opportunity to express our personal thanks to each of you, our Foundation Council Members and Principal Donors, in particular the Swiss Confederation, for the support and confidence they have placed in the GCSP.


Annual Report 2021


Discover the GCSP's Annual Reports

Throughout the years, those reports have highlighted the Centre's accomplishments and activities that helped to advance our vision of a safer world. 



Learn more about our certification

ISO logoThe GCSP is ISO 9001:2015 certified. ISO 9001:2015 is an international quality label that specifies the requirements for a quality management system within an organisation. The certification is obtained following audits based on a number of quality management principles, including strong customer focus, management motivation and commitment, a process approach, and continuous improvement. Obtaining an ISO 9001:2015 certification ensures, inter alia, that GCSP customers obtain consistent, good-quality products and services.



Find out more about our organisational structure

Peace PentagoneThe GCSP’s organisational structure is composed of four pillars and complementary departments:

  • Executive Education
  • Diplomatic Dialogue
  • Global Fellowship Initiative and the Creative Spark
  • Policy Advice and Research

These entities interlink in the form our Peace Pentagon to advance our mission as a platform where people from different countries and backgrounds come together in a safe, impartial, independent and inclusive environment.


Organizational Structure