Swiss Ex­is­ten­tial Risk Initiative

TagLast edit: 23 Aug 2021 21:41 UTC by Pablo

The Swiss Existential Risk Initiative (CHERI) is a project of Effective Altruism Switzerland that seeks “to foster engagement from students, researchers and professors to produce meaningful work aiming at the mitigation of global catastrophic risks (GCRs) by providing skill, knowledge development, and a network.” (Swiss Existential Risk Initiative 2021).


Swiss Existential Risk Initiative (2021) Swiss Existential Risk Initiative, Effective Altruism Switzerland.

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Stanford Existential Risks Initiative

External links

Swiss Existential Risk Initiative. Official website.

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