First Third Thursday Meetup: 15 February, 15 hrs

Try the Community Risk Assessment (CRA) Toolbox, currently being developed by 510 (Datateam of the Netherlands Red Cross), which enables insight in both the current as well as the future nutrition status of target areas, yourself. At the first…

The Hague Humanity Hub Supervisory Board appointed

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The Hague Humanity Hub Foundation's space is ready! Today it hosted the welcoming venue for  UNOCHA which was attended by over 200 people. This occasion was also the perfect opportunity for the freshly appointed Supervisory Board to have its…

Vacancy - Managing Director of The Hague Humanity Hub - apply now! (Dutch)

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Vacature: algemeen directeur – bestuurder The Hague Humanity Hub is een platform en internationale ontmoetingsplaats waar humanitaire en internationale organisaties, kennisinstellingen en het bedrijfsleven kunnen samenwerken om innovatie…

Community building sessions

Last Monday, 2 October, we had our first community building session and welcomed several new members. Our next session is on 23 October, where we'll be discussing the WHY - what is our common purpose and goal in the Hub? Make sure you're there!…

The Hague Humanity Hub Foundation

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The organization that is being created to run the Hub now has two interim-board members: Natasja van den Berg and Marco van Lente. They’ll be working with Moraan Gilad, who most of you have already met, to figure out all the nitty gritty details…

Renovation Sirius has started

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We’ve started renovating at our location, Fluwelen Burgwal 58. We are still on schedule to officially open our doors in January, so as soon as we have a date for the grand opening you’ll be the first to know.

First design session

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At The Hague Humanity Hub, we believe in working bottom up, so we invited the community to join us for a collaborative design session. For several of our members, it was the first time they got to see the building. So after wandering around…

We have a home

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The Hague Humanity Hub has found an home! We will turn three floors of the Sirius building at the Fluwelen Burgwal 58 into the place to be for innovators in the fields of peace, justice and humanitarian issues.