Looking out over Lake Geneva from an altitude of 1050 meters above sea level, the Caux Palace – Conference and Seminar Centre can accommodate up to 450 people. In 1946, the former Caux-Palace Hotel became an international meeting place, thanks to the generous contributions in time, talent and money of countless volunteers and supporters.
The Caux Palace is owned and managed by Initiatives of Change Switzerland, formerly known as CAUX-Initiatives of Change, who organizes the Caux Forum every year.
Each year, in a safe space of trust, care, solidarity and respect, participants from civil society, government and business meet in a true diversity of ages genders, cultures, sectors and beliefs which builds bridges across cultural, social and ethnic divides.
A visit to Caux is about unlocking one’s potential: Caux encourages individuals, groups and organizations to reflect on their roles, explore their resources, and connect with their responsibilities as changemakers, on the principle that everyone can make a difference.
This year there are new dates for the five conferences.