Updated 29 September: The Hub response to COVID-19

Update 29 September The Hub remains open but we advise members to be conscious. It is your or your employer's decision if you work from the Hub or from home.Please minimize the number of guests and register your guests yourself (contact…

Creating New Futures together with The Hague Non-Governmental and International Organisations

On 28 January, the Humanity Hub, together with the Municipality of The Hague, hosted the annual NGO and international organisation reception. This year's theme was "Creating New Futures", seeking to increase impact by strengthening connections.…

Upinion is the winner of The Hague Innovators Challenge 2020!

Hub member organisation Upinion is the winner of the sixth edition of The Hague Innovators Challenge in the scale-up category! The jury awarded Upinion the first prize of 25 000 euro. The contest seeks to challenge participants to present their…

Conversations on Conflict discuss Radicalisation and Extremism

The Hague Conversations on Conflict successfully concluded four installments the previous year with a final discussion on radicalisation, extremism, and their link to violent conflict. This time Hub member organisation LINKS Europe and the…

“Made in Europe, bombed in Yemen” – Responsibility for Arms Exports

Last week the Humanity Hub hosted a group of human rights organisations seeking justice and accountability over European weapons exports to states potentially involved in war crimes. The European Center for Constitutional and Human Rights (ECCHR)…

The Humanity Hub hosts World’s Largest AI Research Network’s HQ launch

This week the Humanity Hub played host to the world's largest AI research network's CLAIRE (Confederation of Laboratories for Artificial Intelligence Research in Europe) headquarters launch in the Hague. CLAIRE is a member of the Hub community,…

Capturing Peace at the Humanity Hub

This year's final Hub Social was marked with a special theme - peace. We were joined by Hub members UN Youth Impact that kicked off their photo exhibition "Capturing Peace", which sought to "capture peace" through the lens of a camera. The…

Conversations on Conflict explores Human Rights and Conflict

Last month the Humanity Hub hosted The Hague Conversations on Conflict that explored the complex connection between human rights and conflict. The well-attended event saw the participation of the civil society and press, diplomats, and others.…

Asymmetrical Haircuts – Genocide and Gender with Akila Radhakrishnan

On 11 November at The Hague Humanity Hub, Gambia announced that it had brought forward an application at the International Court of Justice (ICJ) against Myanmar over genocide allegations. The hosts of Asymmetrical Haircuts podcast had the…

Gambia files a Genocide Case at the International Court of Justice

The Rohingya genocide in Myanmar is considered one of the most pressing human rights challenges of our times. There have been various attempts at pursuing accountability, but most have made little to no progress. Today at The Hague Humanity…