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Pitztop x Windle: Future Focus

13 May @ 17:00 19:30

Future Focus is the place to be if you want to gain insights in the importance of a host community to support refugees to move forward and want to explore what you can do.

As members of the Hub, we joined forces in a story telling event. And we invite our fellow members and their networks to find inspiration and a call to action in the talks of refugees about their way forward and the value of the host community in this journey.

Join us at The Hague Humanity Hub for an afternoon filled with inspiring talks, a workshop, and a networking opportunity. Get inspired by the resilience of refugees to find a new professional carreer and gain yourself a conversation about the power of the host community, how you can engage, what you find important while supporting and what you can bring to the table. Bringing peace and justice into the practicalities of our daily lives. See you there!

Our Speakers

John Thon Majok is the director and founder of the Wilson Center’s Refugee and Forced Displacement Initiative where he provides program leadership and strategic direction. Before he joined the Wilson Center in 2013, Majok developed strategic outreach plans for U.S. government exchange alumni at the U.S. Department of State and managed study abroad scholarship program at the Council of American Overseas Research Centers.

Hilal Sivri Tan is a doctor, educated in Turkey and currently working in a general practitioner clinic in The Hague, fled to the Netherlands with her partner and young child and restarted all the procedures necessary to continue her work as a doctor and be able to rebuild daily routines.

Future Focus will be hosted by Marcela Neves, Bijay Dhungana and Emmylou Aben.

Marcela Neves is community manager from The Hague Humanity Hub. The Hague Humanity Hub brings the peace and justice community of The Hague together with services, networking and events.

Bijay Dhungana is trustee of Windle International Netherlands which fights against exclusion to basic education within vulnerable communities and also a HHH member.

Emmylou Aben is director of Pitztop which puts communities and hospitality at the heart of integration and supports newcomers and their host community in finding new ways together.


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The Hague Humanity Hub

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