How Do You Prepare Humanitarian Actors for Dangerous and Crisis Situations? We Spoke to Global Risk Advice to Find Out!

By Sarah Bumberger From crisis management to de-escalation training to hostile environment awareness preparation, Humanity Hub member Global Risk Advice (GRA) supports those who contribute to the world in challenging conditions and hostile…
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KPSRL opens application period for €20,000 funding for projects that support knowledge around Security & Rule of Law

The Knowledge Platform Security & Rule of Law (KPSRL) announced that it is opening application period for its Knowledge Management Fund (KMF). If you or your organisation’s mission is to improve policies, programmes, or knowledge in the…

Integrity Initiatives International (III) pose anti-corruption challenge to Hackathon for Good participants

By Thomas Ansell How can international corruption be combatted using open-source data? The Hague Humanity Hub member organisations Integrity Initiatives International (III) is taking part in this year's Hackathon for Good in The Hague…

Strhive nominated for ‘The Hague Innovators 2022’ challenge for ideas that help achieve the UN’s SDG’s! Voting open from November 1

By Thomas Ansell Continuous learning start-up and Humanity Hub member organisation Strhive has been nominated for ‘The Hague Innovators 2022’ prize! The winners of the prize gain 20,000 Euros in prize money, with the possibility of another…
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The Hague Humanity Hub is hiring: Financieel-administratief Medewerker

Vacature financieel-administratief medewerker   Ben je administratief sterk onderlegd en houd je van afwisseling? Wil jij je talenten inzetten en je verder ontwikkelen in een dynamische internationale omgeving, die ook nog eens…
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Democracy Drinks: Human Rights in Times of War and Crisis

On 13 October 2022 we welcomed our colleagues, friends and everyone interested in the topics of democracy, human rights and the justice ecosystem to Grand Café Utopie in the Hague for the October edition of the Hague Democracy Drinks. The…

How can satellite imaging, AI, and remote-sensing help build a greener and fairer world? We spoke to Space4Good to find out!

By Thomas Ansell We previously spoke to Space4Good, the ground-breaking earth observation analytics agency and Hub member organisation, about how cutting-edge technology can help build a more peaceful and just world. Whether that's by monitoring…

Just Peace Open Day Brings Over 2,000 People to The Hague’s Most Iconic Peace and Justice Buildings

By Sarah Bumberger Europol, The OPCW and The Peace Palace opened their doors to the people of The Hague on Sunday, October 16; making the Just Peace Open Day a huge success. More than 20 international organisations across the city planned…

“Because the Energy Transition Affects Us All, We Must Collaborate.” Renewable Energy Specialist Polycentric Joins The Hague Humanity Hub Community

By Sarah Bumberger One of the keys to a more fair, just, and inclusive world is the transition toward a renewable, fossil-free energy system. Polycentric, one of the newest members of the Humanity Hub, helps private and public organisations…

Just Peace Career & Talent Event inspires over 600 people at The Hague University of Applied Sciences

By Sarah Bumberger Over 600 students, young professionals, and recent graduates joined Just Peace The Hague and over 30 partners at the Just Peace Career & Talent Event at THUAS on Friday, October 7. Image by HPM/Taiana Shalunova The…