This event is reserved for Hub members.
Collaboration Session – 27 November 2018
Many people face justice problems. Every year, 1 billion people around the world have a justice problem. 70% of these problems are never resolved. That’s why our mission is: by 2030, 150 million people will be able to prevent or resolve their most pressing justice problems. This is in line with the Sustainable Development Goal 16.3: equal access to justice for all. Unfortunately, the world is seriously underperforming on SDG 16.
We are looking for collaboration. Peace, justice and sustainable development are intrinsically linked. We realize we cannot change the world by ourselves, we need to work together. We see the potential of and demand for cooperation. What (perhaps unexpected) partnerships could help us to reach our goal? And what can we offer to help others to reach theirs?
What is the aim of this session? We want to discover potential partners in the Hub community. We are open to learning and sharing and finding mutual benefit from all.
If you are interested in finding potential collaborations with HiiL and maybe even other hub members, join this exploratory session.
Some challenges we are dealing with:
What is the first step to scaling up (justice) innovation?
How do we finance (justice) innovation?
Can we develop public/private partnerships?
How can we utilize new technologies to collect more data?
How do you visualise data research?
Can we develop standard protocols, like in the medical sector?
How can we measure the impact (added value) of (justice) innovations?
Are you working on innovation in peace and justice? We invite you to join us. Check out the dedicated Slack channel (#meet-hiil) for more information.
Let’s make justice user-friendly and accessible for all!
When? 27 November 2018
Where? Humanity Hub, the Hague, the Netherlands (3rd floor, cafe)
12.30-12.40 Introductions and word of welcome
12.40-12.50 HiiL presentation and initial call for collaboration
12.50-13.20 Round table discovery sessions
13:20 – 14.00 Wrap up and conclusions