The Humanity Hub community brings together hundreds of professionals from a variety of organisations ranging from non-profit to for profit, start-ups to scale-ups, small local to large international organizations and academia. Humanity Hub members are active in a wide range of fields such as justice innovation, humanitarian action, peacebuilding, climate action, and development aid.
Collectively, we believe that by developing and strengthening the collaborative potential of the diverse Hague Peace and Justice ecosystem we can achieve a more peaceful and just world.
The Hub community is composed of members and residents. Find out more about how to get involved.
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Our mission is to open eyes to human rights. We use film to stir the debate on human rights, sustainability and the fight against injustice. We believe that film has the unprecedented capacity to raise awareness and provide new insight. We create impact by asking questions and providing context and insight. We screen films in combination with a vast expansion programme, in the form of discussions, introductions, Q&A sessions, workshops and teaching aids.
American Bar Association Rule of Law Initiative (ABA ROLI) implements legal reform programs in more than 50 countries in Africa, Asia, Europe and Eurasia, Latin America and the Caribbean, and the Middle East and North Africa. Since 1990, ABA ROLI has being working in Europe & Eurasia (where we began our work as CEELI) on an array of rule of law and legal reform programs. In Europe and Eurasia, ABA ROLI provides technical assistance on a wide range of issues essential for further consolidation of the rule of law and developing of legal professionals.
The African Diaspora Policy Centre (ADPC) is an independent, non-profit and non-governmental organization established in the Netherlands in April 2006. ADPC is a leading Diaspora think tank in Europe devoted to the study of migration and development related issues from the perspective of the Diaspora. The Centre compiles, analyses and disseminates information and insights on a number of critical areas, including development, Diaspora entrepreneurship and skills transfers in the form of brain gain.
ADPC is at the forefront of generating knowledge and information primarily targeted at three groups: The work of ADPC is particularly dedicated to mobilising African Diaspora communities in Europe for the development of Africa; facilitating the mainstreaming of Diaspora development practitioners in the development cooperation circles both in the host and home countries; promoting research collaboration between Diaspora and homeland researchers; and strengthening the policy making capacity of the newly-formed Diaspora-oriented institutions in Africa.
AiiD are working towards a future where trusted identity is a universal human right that no longer presents a barrier of access to essential services. As the world demands digital delivery of products and services, AiiD Global delivers toolkits for inclusion.
AiiD has extensive experience across operational, financial, regulatory and technical aspects in large enterprises, and significant on-the-ground expertise in the impact ecosystem and in humanitarian projects in emerging markets.
ART WORKS Projects leverages the power of photography and documentary film to raise awareness and educate the public about some of the most pervasive and grave human rights violations. Working collaboratively with a broad range of stakeholders in and around the human rights community, we aim to amplify stories, as a form of evidence aimed at producing action at any level.
The T. M. C. Asser Instituut is a world-renowned inter university centre of knowledge and research. It carries out research in private and public international law, European law, as well as all other related fields, including international commercial arbitration, international sports law and international humanitarian and criminal law. The institute strives for excellent fundamental and independent policy-oriented research at the interface of academia, legal practice and governance.
AWO is a new agency working across the world to shape, apply and enforce data rights. It is comprised of lawyers, policy experts, technology analysts and applied ethicists, with offices in London, Brussels and Paris.
Our main business is ActivityInfo, which is Software-as-a-Service for flexible information management. ActivityInfo is mostly used for monitoring and evaluation (M&E) of aid and development programmes, but it is also used for case management related to gender-based violence (GBV), and case tracking in epidemiology. You can check it out at activityinfo.org.
I’m a native English-speaking editor, writer, and learning designer helping NGOs and international organizations with documentation, reports, informational content, learning programmes, and other written communication.
The Center for Civil Society and Democracy Europe works to strengthen civil society in promoting democracy, pluralism and tolerance with a focus on Syria, including through strengthening women’s role, promoting independent media and stimulating new leadership among diaspora groups to play a role in peacebuilding.
The Center for International Legal Cooperation (CILC) promotes the rule of law by initiating and implementing international legal cooperation projects. We bring together legal experts from different countries to work out solutions for a variety of challenges within developing legal systems. We are based in The Hague and our current work spans dozens of countries in development and in transition in Africa, Asia, Central and Eastern Europe and the Middle East.
CAFE aims to enable more disabled fans to attend football by supporting the improvement of accessible facilities and services at stadiums, raising further awareness within the game, offering advice to disabled fans and establishing a network of disabled supporter groups.
Our work with organisations is at the crossroads of technology, research, and innovation. To develop and test innovations in context. Together with our partners, we conduct early exploration of innovation methods and digital technologies. From our base in the Hague, we work with partners to develop new technologies to impact humanitarian organisations. Research partnership with Leiden University pushes this further. We also develop change management projects for our partners. With large organisations, we develop innovation trajectories and teams.
The Hague is the international city of peace, justice and security. Here tens of thousands of people are working every day to build a more peaceful and just world by contributing to solving global issues and to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals of the UN. The Municipality launched the Humanity Hub in 2018 and we continue active collaboration to support the city’s peace and justice ecosystem. Read more about the partnership.
Climate Legal Consulting provides legal advice and consultancy in the field of climate law and policy based on international standards of human rights and sustainable development.
Confederation of Laboratories for AI Research in Europe’s goal is to strengthen human-centered AI research and innovation in Europe. It comprises a network of centres of excellence and a hub that fosters the exchange of ideas and expertise.
CLAIRE was publicly launched on 18 June 2018 with a vision document, signed by 600 senior researchers and key stakeholders in artificial intelligence, inviting stakeholders in artificial intelligence across Europe (and beyond) to sign their support.