The United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) has a Centre for Humanitarian Data in The Hague, the Netherlands to increase the use and impact of data in the humanitarian sector. The vision is to create a future where all people involved in a humanitarian emergency have access to the data they need, when and how they need it, to make responsible and informed decisions.

The Centre focuses on four areas: data services, data policy, data literacy, and network engagement. The Centre’s data services work includes direct management of the Humanitarian Data Exchange (HDX) platform and the Humanitarian Exchange Language (HXL) data standard. For data policy, the Centre develops responsible data guidelines and works with partners on data sharing agreements in crisis settings. The data literacy work involves in-person and remote training programmes for technical and non-technical audiences. Finally, the Centre builds and engages an active community in support of its mission and objectives through a number events and communication activities.

The Centre requires a Data Literacy Team Lead to oversee this workstream. The work includes designing and implementing data literacy activities such as training programmes and workshops with target audiences.

More information: https://jobs.unops.org/pages/viewvacancy/VADetails.aspx?id=16787

To achieve our goal, we aim to grow internationally based on sustainable funding models. In this position, you get the challenging tasks to create the sustainable Justice Hub model, based on HiiL’s experience gained in the past 4 years and you are responsible for the East Africa region. Your business experience in combination with a legal background is a perfect mix to achieve our goal. You become part of the Justice Accelerator Team and report directly to its Director.

All the details

Are you passionate about justice? Do you want to support us in our mission to strengthen the rule of law and bring more justice to people? Are you excited to work with our Justice Leaders – a group of highly experienced and distinguished justice leaders from all geographical regions? Do you want to work with a team of experts in justice transformation, to help make real transition possible? Then join us as an Intern!

All the details

KUNO is looking for a new intern to start half December 2018 for a period of 4-6 months.
Are you a Dutch master-student or do you know a Dutch master-student who is a multi-talent, interested in the humanitarian politics/policies and would like to organize events?

Click here for a description of the internship.

*Applications are closed! Please follow us on our social channels and newsletter to stay in touch with more opportunities*

—–

Organization: The Hague Humanity Hub
Type: Internship, 3 to 4 days a week
Location: Central The Hague
Duration: 4-6 months
Start: November/December or early 2019

 

Are you a motivated, multi-talented student who knows how to get things done, attract the right target groups, and build community spirit? Are you interested in grabbing the attention of the world and actively help us grow and engage our community of innovators in peace, justice, and humanitarian action? If this sounds like something you would appreciate, join our international and dynamic team!

You will:

– Participate in our community building activities and act as a host for prospective members
– Coordinate the organisation of events and communicate with relevant stakeholders
– Take over the day to day communication activities through our social channels, newsletter, and website
– Support the administration of our memberships
– Work closely with our Community Manager and our Communication Lead

What you bring to the table:

– A curious, friendly personality with a genuine interest in our community
– Excellent communication skills, both in writing and verbally, which you would love to use for the occasional blog post
– You are fluent in English and can (ideally) converse verbally in Dutch.
– A flexible, can-do attitude, ready to jump in and help where needed, and suggest improvements
– You are able to work independently as well as within a team. You welcome feedback and use it to improve
– Some experience playing around with websites and social media channels
– You are tech savvy and aren’t afraid to learn how to use various tools (Office, Mailchimp, WordPress, Photoshop, etc)

Some additional things to consider:

– You are currently enrolled in an academic programme: in a Bachelor degree, or ideally in a Master degree in Applied Communications, International Relations, Business & Management, Development Studies, Political Science, or equivalent
– If you don’t have a degree in Applied Communications/Marketing, you have demonstrable experience in this field
– The internship is a requirement for your study programme and/or you will be enrolled in an educational institution for the entire duration of the internship period
– You are legally allowed to do an internship in the Netherlands
– You are (ideally) living in The Hague

What we offer:

– An internship position of 3 to 4 days per week for a period of 4-6 months at the Humanity Hub
– An energetic and purpose-driven organisational culture
– The chance to build a network with leading innovators in the fields of peace, justice, and humanitarian action
– A great learning opportunity to develop your professional and social skills in a challenging yet rewarding environment
– Personal development with support and coaching by your colleagues, as well as free attendance of events and workshops
– An internship allowance of €300 per month, based on 4 days a week

Want to work with us? Apply today!

Send your CV and Cover Letter to Alexandre Taillandier (alex.taillandier [@] humanityhub.net) with ‘Intern – Communication & Community’ in the subject line.

*Applications are closed! Please follow us on our social channels and newsletter to stay in touch.*

—–

We’re looking for motivated people to join our Café and Events team to support our service and bring it to the next level!

Type: Part time
Location: The Hague Humanity Hub, Fluwelen Burgwal 58 2511 CJ The Hague
Start: August/September

 

What will you do

  • Be a friendly face and support our community of innovators
  • Provide coffee, tea and refreshments to meeting rooms
  • Help set up and rearrange our meeting rooms and event spaces
  • Support the smooth execution of events
  • Ensure good lunch service and tend the cash register
  • Stock supplies and refill coffee machines

Who we are looking for

  • A curious, friendly personality with a genuine interest in our community
  • A flexible, can-do attitude
  • Thinking on your feet, with an eye for detail
  • Not afraid to jump in and help where needed, and suggest improvements
  • English and (ideally) Dutch, on a good conversational level
  • Some hospitality or barista experience (ideally)
  • Available some weekdays and evenings (rarely weekends)

What to expect

  • Very international and interesting community of member organizations
  • Exclusive location in the centre of The Hague, near the central station
  • Great atmosphere, beautiful work setting
  • Informal and open culture, with young and friendly vibe
  • Minimum shift length of 3 hours during weekdays/evenings
  • Good hourly wages

Want to work with us?

Send your CV and a few lines on why you are interested and think that you are a great fit to Kyle (kyle.steneker@humanityhub.net) with ‘Café and Events staff’ in the subject line.
Next interview session: Monday 17 September 2018, 14:00-15:00

 

About The Hague Humanity Hub
The Hague Humanity Hub, based at the Fluwelen Burgwal in central The Hague, officially opened its doors on the 2nd of January 2018. The Hague Humanity Hub is a unique platform, where forward-thinking organizations and people are united by their drive to develop innovative solutions to today’s global challenges in peace, justice, and humanitarian action. Besides a professional workplace, the Hub offers access to an open and diverse community for innovation, co-creation, and knowledge exchange. Among its first members are UN OCHA center for humanitarian data, HiiL, Dutch Coalition for Humanitarian Innovation, HumanityX, and World Resources Institute. Within 5 months of opening, the Hub already has more than 30 members organizations.