The City of Geneva treats the inhabitants of the municipal territory as equals, without discrimination linked to the length of residence, religion, nationality, ethnic origin, gender or sexual orientation. Based on the principle of social inclusion, this public policy focuses on what brings people together and not on what divides them. It recognises the resources and dynamism of linguistic, ethnic, cultural and national diversity, while developing an identity around common values. The political will of the Administrative Council is to work towards a plural and united Geneva.
A series of four "Moi à Genève" (Me in Geneva) portraits retraces the journey of people with immigrant backgrounds who actively participate in the construction of a plural Geneva, and highlights the inclusive values of culture and sport. These portraits were screened during the last welcoming ceremony for new residents and are now available online.