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Marina Antunovic, Director at Mercy Corps Netherlands

She believes that all of us have gone through the same phases of “disbelief, panic, throwing ourselves at everything, and then slowly getting more and more organized, and henceforth finding areas where one can actually focus and do more to support the communities where we work”.

The Hague Conversations on Conflict: China and the West – Avoiding a Confrontation

On Thursday, 28th of May, The Hague Conversations on Conflict turned its attention to growing tensions between China and the West on a range of issues from trade to the South China Sea, and which have been exacerbated by polemics around the…

Why I came to The Hague, and why I believe that we need more cities like this in the world.

Chale Guadamuz, Executive Director at The Hague Peace Projects, wrote about his journey to The Hague. The full version of the story is available on Medium.

Humanity Hub meeting space is open

We have reopened the Hub for meetings since 1 June and have adapted our event space to the post-corona reality. We have taken measures to host your events in a safe and healthy way. The room set ups offered will adhere to the 1.5…
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SDG16 Alliance: Call for collaboration

The Carnegie Foundations acts since late 2019 as the coordinator for the Dutch based SDG16 alliance (in development). The purpose of this alliance, an initiative of SDG Nederland, is to bring together all forms of existing and new collaboration…
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COP16 session #2 report & next steps

The second session of the COP16 took place on the 17th of April as a webinar. The session was prepared by a working group of 9 people. We worked on the agenda, on the different sessions and have drafted a model for the community of practice…
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Community of Practice SDG16+ Launch

The launch event of the Community of Practice SDG16+ (COP16) on 6 March at the Humanity Hub brought together 40+ experts and professionals who jointly developed 6 themes on which we could initially colloborate: Perceptions of law/Ownership…

Humanity Hub in Unprecedented Times

In these unprecedented times, I hope this message finds you, your families, loved ones and teamswell and safe. I am relieved to tell you there are no health issues in the Hub team,…

Updated 15th of December: COVID-19 guidelines at the Humanity Hub

Update 15th December Starting December 15th, we are introducing the following measures:  The Hub will remain open only for members with keys. We advise you to work from home as much as possible and only work at the Hub if the continuity…

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.…