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Centre-Ecoute Contre le Racisme (C-ECR)

Centre-Ecoute Contre le Racisme (C-ECR)

Organized by :

Non-profit association

Areas of expertise :

Criminal law (racial discrimination) 

Open to:

Everyone (victims, witnesses or perpetrators of racist acts or discrimination based on various criteria: ethnic or national origin; skin colour; nationality; religion; migration/asylum status)

Services provided:

  • Advice (written or oral information)
  • Writing (writing for private persons and authorities)

Price of services:

Free of charge

Spoken languages:

French, English, German

Persons speaking another language may use an interpreter who can make an appointment and be present at the interview (the cost of interpretation will be covered by the Centre).

Make an appointment:

By phone or e-mail

Attendance of a lawyer:


In addition to a lawyer, a psychosocial and cultural counsellor/mediator jointly runs the Centre's listening centre. 

Note : 

C-ECR's services are free and confidential and open to all persons living, working or transiting through the territory of the Canton of Geneva, whether they are Swiss or foreign, resident or border residents, refugees or asylum seekers.

The C-ECR, which operates independently of the government, offers listening, advice, psychosocial support, mediation and legal aid.

Telephone permanence:

Monday: 9:00 am - 1:00 pm
Tuesday: 2:00 pm -6:00 pm
Wednesday: 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Thursday: 9:00 am - 1:00 pm
Friday: closed

Reception at the Centre by appointment only

Boulevard Helvétique 27, 1207 Genève

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