The transmission of knowledge developed within the framework of constitutional diplomacy is at the heart of SiDlab’s mission. In this context, SiDlab played an active role in the first Science and Diplomacy week. This event, coordinated by the Geneva Science and Diplomacy Anticipator Foundation (GESDA) on 16-20 May 2022, brings together a large number of partners active in international Geneva and consists of an immersion program (with some thirty young professionals interested in scientific diplomacy) and a forum open to a wider public. On this occasion, SiDlab organized a session to present computational diplomacy as a tool for multilateralism. For SiDlab representatives, it was also an opportunity to communicate the initial results of work carried out under the impulse fund, a grant obtained from the UNIGE’s Centre de compétences en sciences des données.