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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.
APL is a think tank or structure under private law, independent of the State or of any other power, nonprofit whose main activity is to produce studies, develop proposals and disseminate solutions in the field of public policy, economy and governance, for economic progress, prosperity and lasting peace in the Democratic Republic of Congo, in the Great Lakes Region and in Africa. Action for Peace and Liberty (APL-DRC) formulate concrete proposals for the benefit of political leaders, national and local elected officials and private decision-makers as well as all those who implement public policies or private initiatives deemed to be of interest audience. APL’s main interest is to promote peace and freedom for all in the DRC. APL’s mission is also to implement projects linked to peace, freedom, justice and economic development for lasting peace in the DRC.
The AUN is an organization at the crossroads between politics and policy. It is a non-profit, non-partisan, think tank and research organization which promotes effective and efficient democratic governance through deeper and more meaningful involvement of the stakeholders in the policy-making process.
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.
The Alternatives Factory isan independent organisation providing professional coaching to humanitarians, development workers, their teams and organisations. Our missionis to bring breakthrough insights to purpose driven peopleand organisations to help them create a better world in which no-one is left behind. We provideone-to-one coaching (transition and career coaching, leadership coaching, emotional coaching), team and organisational coaching (team building and strategic workshop facilitation) and coaching trainings. Languages: English, French, Italian, Dutch
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 Asia Justice Coalition is a network of organizations whose purpose is to promote justice and accountability for gross violations of international human rights law and serious violations of international humanitarian law in Asia, and to contribute to the fulfillment of the rights of victims and their families.
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.
BarefootLaw is a nonprofit on a mission to get the law to protect vulnerable people across Africa using tech-enabled legal support. BarefootLaw’s big audacious goal is to make the law readily available to 90 million people across Africa by 2030. They believe access to justice is access to peace and envision a world where everyone readily has access to justice and the law to empower themselves and their communities to thrive.
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.
Brokering Solidarity – Netherlands is a consultancy firm focussing on i) providing advice on sustainability and climate programmes for companies and NGO’s; ii) NGO fundraising and partnerships strategies, and iii) climate innovation projects.
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.
The Clooney Foundation for Justice (CFJ) is an international nonprofit organization that wages justice for—and works hand-in-hand with—the most vulnerable people among us. Women and girls; LGBTQ+ people; racial, ethnic, and religious minorities all suffer disproportionately from discrimination and abuse. Journalists, protesters, and ordinary citizens are targeted for speaking truth to power. We combine on-the-ground investigations, trial monitoring, litigation in courts all over the world, and advocacy to wage justice for survivors of human rights abuses.
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.
Cropin is a global ag-ecosystem intelligence provider. Cropin’s suite of products enables various stakeholders in the agri-ecosystem, including financial services providers, to adopt and drive digital strategy across their agricultural operations. Using cutting-edge technology like artificial intelligence, machine learning, and remote sensing, Cropin creates an intelligent, interconnected data platform. Cropin helps organizations digitize their operations from farm to fork and leverage near real-time farm data and actionable insights to make effective decisions.
Cultural Emergency Response (CER) is a global organisation providing first aid to cultural heritage threatened or damaged by conflict or disaster, always doing so in direct cooperation with local actors in the affected communities. CER acts as a ‘cultural ambulance’: it provides quick and flexible financial support and expertise to assist heritage actors and communities as they assess risks and damages, implement stabilisation, and conduct early recovery measures. Emergency actions aim to prevent the loss of endangered cultural heritage, facilitate cultural continuity, and build resilience in times of crisis. CER also works with heritage communities to prepare for crises and mitigate potential risks to cultural heritage. Beyond emergency response, CER’s wider purpose is to make global heritage protection more inclusive, sustainable and locally-led, notably by training heritage experts, sharing expertise and experience, and advocating the recognition of cultural heritage rescue as a crucial aspect of humanitarian relief, recovery, development and peacebuilding.
The CyberPeace Institute is a Geneva based organisation protecting the most vulnerable in cyberspace. Independent and neutral, headquartered in Geneva, the Institute investigates and analyses the human impact of systemic cyber threats, delivers free cybersecurity assistance, tracks the enforcement of international laws and norms and forecasts threats to Cyberpeace.
DemocracyNext believes in a more just, joyful and collaborative future, where everyone has meaningful power to shape their societies. We are an international non-profit, non-partisan research and action institute. Our mission is to shift political and legislative power to people. We advocate for, design, embed, and empower Citizens’ Assemblies as defining institutions of a new paradigm of citizen-led democracy.
Environment Europe is a think tank, a research centre and a non-governmental institution based in the Hague, the Netherlands and Oxford, UK. We are conducting research in macroeconomic sustainability, sustainable cities, renewable energy, ecosystems and biodiversity and sustainable waste management. Environment Europe is consulting international organisations, governments, regions and companies. We run a successful educational programme of Summer and Winter Schools in Green Economy, Ecological Economics, Sustainable Cities and Ecosystems and the Economy. Environment Europe keeps an active presence and runs projects all around the world and reached out to participants and speakers from 60 countries through its executive education programme: including representatives of such international organisations as UNDP, UNEP, ILO, IUCN, OECD, GGGI, companies like Shell and Deloitte, NGOs like WWF, environment ministries and leading universities. Participants from Canada, USA, Mexico, Costa Rica, Peru, Colombia, Argentina, Brazil, Iceland, UK, France, Spain, Portugal, Italy, the Netherlands, Belgium, Norway, Sweden, Finland, Latvia, Poland, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Croatia, Serbia, Albania, Morocco, Ghana, Nigeria, China, Jordan, Lebanon, India, Sri Lanka, Bhutan, Thailand, Taiwan, Kazakhstan, Russia, Philippines, Papua New Guinea, Australia joined our programmes.
Environment Europe is a think tank, a research centre and a non-governmental institution based in Amsterdam and the Hague, the Netherlands and Oxford, UK.
We are conducting research in macroeconomic sustainability, sustainable cities, renewable energy, ecosystems and biodiversity and sustainable waste management.
Environment Europe is consulting international organisations, governments, regions and companies.
EIA investigates and campaigns against environmental crime and abuse. Our undercover investigations expose transnational wildlife crime and forest crimes such as illegal logging. We work to safeguard global marine ecosystems by addressing threats such as plastic pollution, and we campaign to eliminate powerful refrigerant greenhouse gases.
The European Patients’ Academy on Therapeutic Innovation (EUPATI) is an independent non-profit foundation based in the Netherlands. EUPATI provides education and training to increase the ability of patients and their representatives to understand and contribute meaningfully to medicines research and development (R&D), and to improve the availability of medical information to patients and other stakeholders.
The European Center for Whistleblower Rights is dedicated to strengthening whistleblower protections and ensuring that crimes, corruption and public health dangers exposed by whistleblowers are fully investigated and remedied. The Center is the only non-profit organization in Europe that provides direct assistance to whistleblowers, campaigns for stronger whistleblower rights, investigates corruption exposed by whistleblowers, and works to hold criminals to account. We are dedicated to ensuring whistleblowers can report misconduct and rectify injustice while limiting their exposure to negative consequences. We provide a full range of assistance to citizens, employees, legal professionals, policy-makers and elected officials. We believe democracy depends on even-handed enforcement of the law, and that enforcement can succeed only if whistleblowers are encouraged to step forward and can report wrongdoing safely and freely. We advocate for confidential and reliable disclosure systems as well as financial incentives and compensation.
The Foundation shall promote access to justice, training of lawyers, activities relating to the exercise of the profession of lawyer, the rule of law and legal services and substantive developments in the law itself, the defence and protection of human rights and human rights defenders, and international justice. The Foundation shall work at both European and international level. The Foundation, which is a network composed of Bars and Law Societies from Europe, will fulfil its objective through the implementation of projects together.
The EUKN is the only independent, Member State-driven network in the field of European urban policy, research and practice. Our primary focus is working with European national and regional governments to promote sustainable urban development. We provide our members with expertise and tailored events, as well as fostering collaboration within our network, to create the just, green, productive and digitised cities of the future.
FairChange helps businesses to grow their positive social impact. Offering leadership development programs, strategy advice, management tools and training, we co-create solutions that combine profits with purpose to build just and inclusive societies. FairChange works with local and global companies across continents who take the lead on human rights, peace building, and the economic empowerment of vulnerable groups.
FEMS ismade up of an active and diverse network who are committed to advancing microbiology for the benefit of society in the areas of health, energy, food, materials, and the environment. Set up in 1974, today we are a growing coalition of 56 Member Societies from 41 countries. Our commitment is to help support microbiologists do their work, promote the best in microbiology research and knowledge to the world, and bring microbiologists together to share that knowledge.
As a not-for-profit organization, we reinvest our revenues into supporting microbiologists throughout their career, publishing and promoting scientific research in our journals and organizing events to bring scientists together. Our Members are vitally important to our work, and we seek to support them do their work to jointly advance microbiology.
At Floyd Davis, we focus on sustainable development and finances to enable the allocation of capital in scalable impact enterprises. By bringing new ideas to the table, we challenge the way impact is addressed in the impact investing and impact entrepreneruship sectors. Based on our solid experience in sustainable finance and social development, we provide high-level advice to institutional impact investors and scaleups so that they can make better decisions related to scaling impact alongside their businesses.
Continua is dedicated to building peace through new approaches to security and governance which meet the needs of our planet as well as people. Our work includes expert facilitation and project design and management, with an emphasis on developing regenerative approaches at the intersection of security, governance and the environment.
Creating a bigger positive impact. That’s what I aim to achieve with Gate15. By supporting non-profit organizationsto find and engage with the right audiences and donors gradually and coherently through data-driven approaches and with a focus on building sustainable relationships.
GIRES, the Global Institute for Research, Education and Scholarship, is a multiinterdisciplinary, academically oriented, independent hub that embraces the entire spectrum of scholarly disciplines, supports freedom of speech and artistic expression, promotes equality and respects diversity. Its acronym inspired by gyres, the large systems of rotating ocean currents that shape our habitat and affect our lives and its motto, “aut viam inveniam aut faciam” concentrates the character and vision; “will either find a path or create one” by embracing innovation and transforming global education. Active in research and a supporter of multi-faceted scholarship, the institute explores the past, analyzes the present and interprets the future and tracks the roots that formed our identity, affected our memory and shaped our social, economic, political and technological reality. GIRES places society and its citizens at the center of its actions while creating clusters of scholars, a collaborative ecosystem, for those who wish to think out of the box and wish to work with people who share similar interests, values and dreams in order to build the foundations for the next generations.
The Global Accreditation Council exists to provide a new form of accreditation to encourage educational institutions, training companies and civil society organizations to provide and share high quality learning experiences and collaborative methodologies aimed at equipping people to engage with the current global challenges and opportunities facing humanity.
Global Africa is a space for policy dialogue, cooperation and exchange on African social, political and economic developments. Global Africa aims to facilitate Africa related initiatives and to encourage creative thinking, innovation and foresight while seeking partnerships with a wide range of stakeholders.
The Global Degree Foundation is a not-for-profit organisation aiming to establish on a global scale a a new institutional model for higher education. This idea was conceived to fill a gap in international higher education, developing a concise and innovative system that blends conventional, distance and hybrid learning without abolishing existing structures.
The Global Degree initiative aims to acknowledge that learning has evolved alongside technology and international mobility, whilst devising a new approach to deliver a truly global education experience reflecting on the themes of accessibility and inclusion.
The Forum seeks to provoke substantive, wide-ranging and inclusive conversations about systemic changes to our current global governance structure. The purpose of the Foundation is to:
- Promote the search for alternative models of global governance
- Organize conferences, presentations, symposia or any other activity that would contribute positively to improving understanding between different organizations and individuals who work for peace.
- To undertake actions aimed at supporting States in the adoption of necessary reforms by the United Nations.
- To assist and cooperate with like-minded organizations in the promotion of the common good.
GPPAC is a global network of locals who share the same goal to prevent violent conflict and build more peaceful societies everywhere. Conflict prevention is possible if we work together. Therefore, we partner with governments, donors, civil society and businesses.
As a security partner, Global Risk Advice enables and equips all NGO and FBO staff with accessible, high-quality risk and crisis management tools to enable them to carry out their mission in challenging and volatile environments. We do this through training, support and consultancy and advice.
The Global Shapers Community is a network of young people driving dialogue, action, and change. Created by the World Economic Forum, the network consists of young people between the age of 20 to 30 driven by social impact. Shapers are selected on the basis of their achievements, leadership potential, and willingness to make a difference. The Hague Hub believes in a city that is more inclusive, equitable, and sustainable. We undertake projects in The Hague that help the city, its residents, and its environment thrive.
GLOBAL SOURCING PARTNERS BV, international company, an expert in Lobbying, Public Relations and Matchmaking works to bring together economic operators and Institutions from the North and South regions through its high-level services by the expertise of its employees, all certifïed in a panel of sectors/functions.
The Global Transformation Foundation’s mission is to support changing the way we change the world. It helps to solve global challenges and to promote the changes we need to transform our societies, economies and relationship with the biosphere. The Global Transformation Foundation aims to inform and engage more people to act in support of the Sustainable Development Goals (SGDs) and systemic change through collective action.
Halo’s mission is to lead the effort to protect lives and restore livelihoods for those affected by war. We create safe and secure environments, offer opportunities to rebuild lives and livelihoods, and prepare the way for development and long term stability.
HiiL is a social enterprise devoted to user-friendly justice. That means justice that is easy to access, easy to understand, and effective. By 2030, it wants to see 150 million people able to resolve their most pressing justice problems.
Holland Park Media (HPM) is a marketing and branding partner for small brands and startups both internal and external. We provide all marketing-related services such as Branding, Content Creation, Graphic Design, Social media Management, and Growth.
Human Rights in the Picture is a non-profit organisation that advocates for human rights through visual storytelling. The organisation shines a light on human rights violations, injustices and inequalities through film, music, photography and other forms of art, and gives a voice to victims of human rights violations. By connecting activists and artists, Human Rights in the Picture can tell these stories to spark dialogue, stimulate (academic) debate, create awareness about injustices and advocate for change.
Human Rights@Work is a specialized consultancy in the area of human rights and business. Human Rights@Work is also partner for the Netherlands of Loning Human Rights and Business. We are providing advisory services to business, governments and NGOs on the implementation of human rights in the business context. We use the internationally authoritative UN Guiding Principles for Human Rights and Business as our guidance for human rights due diligence, meaning a solid management framework to identify, prevent, mitigate and address human rights risks and the implementation of a mechanism to provide access to remedy. We help organizations with risk assessments, strategy and policy development, research and impact assessments, integration of human rights in the business and communication on human rights
The International Centre for Counter-Terrorism – The Hague (ICCT) is an independent think and do tank providing multidisciplinary policy advice and practical, solution-oriented implementation support on the rule of law, prevention and threat assessment, three vital pillars of effective counter-terrorism.
ICCT’s work focuses on themes at the intersection of countering violent extremism and criminal justice sector responses, as well as human rights related aspects of counter-terrorism. The major project areas concern countering violent extremism, rule of law, foreign fighters, country and regional analysis, rehabilitation, civil society engagement and victims’ voices.
Idyll Consultancy provides non-profits and companies with advocacy, research, monitoring and reporting support as well as organisational development and resource management consultancy in their human rights, peace and democracy building and sustainable development efforts. It aims to increase their impact sustainably via different services, including; designing and executing legal and non-legal advocacy strategies; preparing legal briefs, memos, and policy recommendations; capacity-building activities; developing new donor pipelines; drafting project proposals and logical frameworks; helping organisational learning and development processes.
iLiBRi is an emergent SaaS EdTech platform set to redefine the knowledge economy, starting with the Humanities and expanding further. Pioneering an innovative, integrative knowledge ecosystem, our platform caters to lifelong learners, educators, and institutions alike, offering a seamless experience to consume, interact with, teach, learn, manage, and disseminate knowledge. At the heart of our operations lies a profound focus on the lived experiences of learners, scholars, authors, and institutions, making our platform both user-centric and author-centered. Leveraging responsible AI, including generative models, we’re crafting an unparalleled, immersive learning experience.
We are an international associate network of people with a passion for social good who help organisations to tackle messy problems. Rolling up our sleeves to provide non-traditional approaches to non-traditional problems, our people help to unlock the potential of individuals and teams.
IMPACTE acts as a technology advisor and facilitator, and helps its clients develop expertise around the potential of new technologies to address development challenges. We work with governments, non-profits, and the private sector in testing new capabilities, comprehending the applicability and operationalization of new technologies (like blockchain, AI, Internet of Things, AR/VR and other established technologies) to support the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Our aim is to promote innovation that can make a difference in addressing pressing developmental challenges.
Impunity Watch (IW) is an international non-profit organisation dedicated to uprooting deeply ingrained structures of impunity, delivering redress for victims and survivors of grave human rights violations, and promoting justice and peace. The needs of victims and survivors of human rights violations, as well as their communities, are at the heart of everything we do.
We represent the International Creative Business program and the Sustainable Media Lab at Inholland University of Applied Sciences.
In our International Creative Business program, students learn to develop their ideas into concepts that create added value for real organisations and broader society. Our students prefer to learn by doing. They enjoy taking the initiative and working with others to resolve the challenges facing real-world organisations.
At the Sustainable Media Lab, we bring together leading researchers, experts, and practitioners to explore what more sustainable media systems could look like. Rapidly changing technical, legal, and societal environments require a different way of thinking about media, its technical entanglements, and its role in society. In doing so, the Lab enables new ways of thinking about the role of technology in society.
The Institute for Economics and Peace aims to create a paradigm shift in the way the world thinks about peace. We do this by developing global and national indices, calculating the economic cost of violence, analysing country level risk and fragility, and understanding Positive Peace.Our research is used extensively by governments, academic institutions, think tanks, non-governmental organisations and by intergovernmental institutions such as the OECD, The Commonwealth Secretariat, the World Bank and the United Nations. The Institute is headquartered in Sydney with offices in 6 countries, and our research achieves over 20 billion media impressions across 150 countries each year
The IICI is a non-profit, non-governmental organisation dedicated to the capacity-building and support of international criminal and human rights investigators and related professionals in the investigation of war crimes, genocide crimes against humanity and serious human rights violations, and to strengthening international investigation best practices and standards.
IICI was founded at the time of the establishment of the International Criminal Court, in recognition that, despite the more widespread application of international criminal law, there was no comprehensive training programme for investigators of international crimes.
Since its inception, IICI has trained and mentored hundreds of investigators across the world in the hard skills and techniques necessary to acquire evidence of a standard which will stand up to scrutiny in criminal courts, human rights commissions and elsewhere, and allow perpetrators of mass atrocities to be brought to justice. We conduct our regular courses in The Netherlands. Our bespoke capacity-building and technical advisory projects are delivered globally, from Asia, the Middle East and Europe to Africa and Latin America.
Course participants and project beneficiaries include national war crimes units, the International Criminal Court, the OHCHR and other UN agencies, UN and other peacekeeping missions and forces, national human rights bodies, and local and international NGOs. IICI is the training provider for Justice Rapid Response (JRR) in relation to its rapid-deployment roster of experts and for JRR-UN Women in relation to their sub-roster of SGBV experts.
IICI teaches core skills, but also seeks to develop new ones amongst the international criminal investigation community, including most recently:
- investigating conflict-related sexual and gender-based violence (SGBV)
- international crimes affecting children
- collection and evaluation of open-source evidence of international crimes
- investigating financial dimensions of international crimes
IICI contributes to the development, clarification and strengthening of international investigations standards and best practices through our capacity-building and experts’ advisory work, including written guidelines to plug gaps, such as the IICI guidelines for investigating conflict-related sexual violence against men and the forthcoming IICI guidelines for investigating international crimes affecting children.
IICI has also supported the development and implementation of the International Protocol on the Documentation and Investigation of Sexual Violence in Conflict (1st and 2nd editions), including through training and mentoring projects and by developing training materials accompanying the protocol and developing supplements to the protocol for Myanmar, Iraq and Sri Lanka.
IICI’s most recent contribution to the policy field is in leading the collaborative global initiative to develop the Global Code of Conduct for the Documentation and Investigation of Conflict-Related Sexual Violence (the “Murad Code”).
The mission of Integrity Initiatives International (III) is to strengthen the enforcement of criminal laws to punish and deter leaders who are corrupt and regularly violate human rights. III works to this end by catalyzing a campaign for an International Anti-Corruption Court; supporting national anti-corruption measures; forging a network of young people dedicated to combating corruption; and promoting better understanding of the linkages between grand corruption and human rights violations.
International Alert works with people directly affected by conflict to build lasting peace. Together, we believe peace is within our power. We focus on solving the root causes of conflict, bringing together people from across divides. From the grassroots to policy level, we come together to build everyday peace.
International Blue Crescent is an humaniitarian relief and sustainable development non-profit organization working with the most vulnerable populations to create thriving and resilient communities affected by disasters, conflict and inequalities.
One of the most important goals of the International Center for Consulting and Strategic Studies is to spread the idea that development and a future of humanity can only be achieved by ensuring peace in all parts of the world. From here experts and scholars participating in the International Center for Consulting and Strategic Studies will be directed to build sound foundations for constructive human dialogue on the basis of coexistence. Peaceful people among peoples regardless of their religion, color and country, and legal experts will be hosted for the purpose of confirming that justice is an important basis for building peace, and that it will be achieved by directing those in charge of large institutions and providing legal advice for the purpose of confirming that justice and peace are the wings of truth towards a future free of racism and wars.
ICIJ is both a donor supported newsroom as well as a global network of investigative journalists with a strong track record of producing powerful, impactful, truthful investigations. ICIJ’s mission is to uncover and highlight systemic failures that undermine the public good, using the power of cross-border, collaborative investigative journalism. Best known for its Panama and Pandora Papers ICIJ has directed the largest cross-border reporting initiatives in history, convincing reporters across the globe to set aside traditional rivalries to uncover corruption, abuses of power and grave harms inflicted on the world’s most vulnerable people.
IDC is a powerful global network of 400+ organisations, groups, individuals, as well as representatives of communities impacted by immigration detention, based in over 100 countries. IDC members have a wide range of specialisations related to immigration detention and alternatives to detention, including academia, law, research, policy, direct service, advocacy, and community organising.
IDLO works to enable governments and empower people to reform laws and strengthen institutions to promote peace, justice, sustainable development and economic opportunity. Its programs, research and policy advocacy cover the spectrum of rule of law from peace and institution building to social development and economic recovery in countries emerging from conflict and striving towards democracy.
The International Institute of Social Studies (ISS) is a world-renowned international graduate school of policy-oriented critical social science focused on global development and social justice. Based in The Hague and part of Erasmus University Rotterdam, our research, teaching and engagement activities aim to inform best practices in development studies and promote social justice and equality around the world.
International Justice Mission (IJM) partners with local authorities to rescue victims of violence, bring criminals to justice, restore survivors, and strengthen justice systems.
IMI is a non-profit initiative driving transparency and standards in mediation, worldwide. With the Vision of Professional Mediation Worldwide: Promoting Consensus and Access to Justice, we set and achieve high mediation standards, convene stakeholders and parties, promote understanding and adoption of mediation, and disseminate skills for parties, counsel, and mediators.
Justice Connection provides communications advice, training and consultancy in the field of Justice and Peace, specialized in working with local journalists and NGOs to build their capacities in using (social) media for social change campaigning.
Justice & Peace Netherlands is a non-profit human rights organisation based in The Hague that is dedicated to defending and promoting respect for human rights and social justice, worldwide and in the Netherlands. Justice & Peace founded and coordinates the initiatives Shelter City and Samen Hier. Through our work, we empower communities of change makers for more just, sustainable, and welcoming societies.
LFCA is a global community of 1,500+ digital companies from 35 countries united by the will to counter the climate crisis through their own bold actions. Our vision is to decarbonize the digital sector and set an example for others to follow.
LebRelief is a non-political, local NGO providing essential services to the most vulnerable and at-risk populations in (North) Lebanon. The organization is active in WASH, Shelter, Construction, Livelihood, Waste Management, TVET, Food Security and Agriculture, Health Care and Protection.
LINKS Europe Stichting is a Dutch foundation working for the prevention and peaceful resolution of conflicts, the promotion of universal humanitarian values and freedoms, and for a secure and peaceful Europe in friendship and solidarity with its neighbours.
Lionesses of Africa Public Benefit Corporation is a social enterprise working to advance Africa’s women entrepreneurs, by building and delivering entrepreneur development programmes, mentoring programmes, business tools, digital media channels, community platforms, networking events and information resources. Delivered at scale to women entrepreneurs, always free of charge.
Loop is an independent global digital platform that enables people to share their opinions in an open, transparent and safe manner, to improve the quality, responsiveness and appropriateness of current and future services, and to hold those with power to account.
Since 2003 MapAction has been applying expertise in mapping, geospatial data and analysis to make humanitarian disaster response as effective as possible in protecting lives and livelihoods. From emergency response to disaster preparedness and capacity building, MapAction seeks to ensure humanitarian coordinators gain the insights they need to be as effective as possible.
Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) translates to Doctors without Borders. We provide medical assistance to people affected by conflict, epidemics, disasters, or exclusion from healthcare.
Mercy Corps is a team of humanitarians, working together on the front lines of today’s biggest crises to create a future where everyone can prosper. It seeks to alleviate suffering and oppression by helping people build secure, productive and just communities.
Move believes that every child has the right to broaden their perspective, discover his talent and use it for their direct environment. If you want to go fast go alone, but if you want to go far go together! That is why Move actively works together with schools, municipalities, social initiatives and commercial organisations. Together we can make an even greater contribution to improve the equity, citizenship education, social participation and talent development of children and young people in the Netherlands.
Moveer is all about setting things in motion with the help of learning. As change and learning go hand in hand, Moveer designs (online) learning strategies and experiences that will help you to move in a new direction.
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.
The Dr. Denis Mukwege Foundation supports survivors’ demands for a world where sexual violence as a weapon of war is no longer tolerated, and bears consequences for individual perpetrators and states. We create opportunities for survivors to speak out and be heard, receive holistic care, and organize to create change, influence policies, and demand justice and accountability.
The NVVN is working on the support for international cooperation, and stimulates the debate about improving and strengthening the UN. The Association provides information about the ideals, objectives and work of the UN. In doing so, it independently and critically follows both the UN and the role and input of the Netherlands in the UN.
The Dutch Council of Women – ‘Nederlandse Vrouwen Raad (NVR)’ – is an umbrella organisation by and for women’s organisations which was founded in 1898. NVR has more than 50 member organizations and together they reach an estimated number of one million women. Purpose is to enhance the position of women in the Netherlands by amongst others lobbying (national, international and European) government organizations, informing and communicating with our members, and organizing projects and events.
The Netherlands Helsinki Committee is a non-governmental organisation that promotes human rights and strengthens the rule of law and democracy in all countries of Europe, including the Central Asian countries participating in the OSCE.
The network’s aim is to engage teenagers and young adults into voluntary work, so they can help people without a network by doing social and practical activities. We also want to connect the teenagers and young adults with each other, so they will experience the value of community.
One Acre Fund works with millions of smallholder farmers to equip them with the supplies and training they need to thrive. We put Farmers First in everything we do, helping them grow more food, plant more trees, and earn more money from their harvests. We operate in nine countries in Sub-Saharan Africa, where most of the continent’s food is grown. By serving smallholder farmers here, we’re helping them feed Africa. Farmers choose to work with One Acre Fund because they can grow more food and make more profit, improving their families’ lives and building a better future for their communities.
Ori Data Analytics & Equitable Solutions leverages science and data analytics to foster a fair and just world. We have broad expertise in data science, quantitative research, and scientific writing and conduct research in health equity, measuring bias, medical genetics, and psychiatry. We work closely with academic institutions and medical centers, both nationally as well internationally, and support community-based partnerships and innovation based on shared goals and values.
Parliamentarians for Global Action (PGA) is the largest non-governmental, multi-party international network of individual legislators with approximately 1,250 members in 130 parliaments worldwide committed to human rights and the Rule of Law, democracy, human security, inclusion, and gender equality.
PAX is the largest peace organisation in the Netherlands. We work to protect civilians against acts of war, to end armed violence and to build inclusive peace. We work in conflict areas worldwide, together with local partners and people who, just like us, believe that everyone has a right to a dignified life in a peaceful society.
We develop fair and effective criminal justice through practical programmes and systemic reform. Our ambition is to see criminal justice systems that uphold human rights for all and do no harm, to allow the development of safe societies.
Piero Gandini accompanies organizations, teams, and individuals in their transformation journeys.
Former Humanitarian Aid Worker and Diplomat, Piero gets inspired and motivated by projects where organizations and individuals are keen to engage in a transformative experience to create better futures and, at the same time, be a better version of themselves.
His methodology is experiential, not theoretical, based on curiosity, creativity, courage, and playfulness.
By challenging the status quo of conventional thinking on teams and individuals he motivates exploration, collaboration, cocreation, ownership, and a non-conformist attitude.
With care and kindness, people usually hear from Piero what nobody dares to tell them. This encourages people to THINK and DO differently while experiencing the amazing things that happen when you start seeing the same situation from a different perspective.
As a Mentor or Facilitator, he has a tailor-made approach accordingly to the specificities. The range includes out-of-the-box workshops, inspirational events, and many other non-conventional experiences.
Some of the themes you can engage with Piero are:
Inclusion, Creativity, Inner Development Goals (IDGs), Change, Non-binary and Out-of-the-box thinking, Leadership, People-Centered Management, Disruption, and for sure quite vivid conversations about life, the universe of creativity, music & art, innovation, and good doses of laughs.
At Polycentric we firmly believe that only an inclusive transition will lead to a true sustainable society. Our team is specialised in stakeholder engagement and communication management for complex energy transition issues. We support organizations in their ambition to implement and scale-up sustainable technology into practise. Clients we work for are both public and private, such as Topsector Energy, Ministry of EZK, TU Delft, Equans, and others.
Thinking about future generations, the PROMENA FOUNDATION is committed voluntarily, for the long term, to strengthen the cultural, scientific and economic relations between the Netherlands and Algeria: the springboard to the continent of Africa where we need each other to earn our living together.
Rainbow Serpent is engaged in psychotherapy, trauma therapy (IoPT) and coaching in organisations and for individual clients. My passion and mission is to help free up and kindle awareness, development, growth and connection within and between people. Working from the perspective that when we become aware and become more connected to our true self and are at peace with ourselves, we are truly able to connect to other people, recognise and cherish their individuality and uniqueness and bring peace into all our actions and interactions in the world: ‘As within, so without’. By helping people become whole within themselves, I help to bring out more wholeness in the world.
REVEAL Films is a new Benelux Film Distribution company specialising in releasing social impact films. Our catalogue focuses on the environmental, social and political issues of yesterday, today and tomorrow. For each film, we create unique bespoke impact strategies and make sure that they make their way to the public through festivals, screenings, classrooms and forums, which bring together change-makers and shape conversations. Our aim is to raise awareness, foster public action, support existing advocacy campaigns and create space for new ones. Our mission: Harnessing the power of films to inspire change.
Sawa World is a globally awarded organization for using an innovative approach to instantly transform the lives of unemployed and marginalized youth by giving them the skills to start micro-enterprises in one day with locally-crafted and simple solutions to self-employment. Sawa World aims to impact 1 billion youth by 2030.
The goal of the SED Fund is to support the work of organizations around the world, in developing strategies for sustainable economic development. The SED Fund looks for strong, effective and inspiring organisations and their plans to address the barriers to sustainable economic development.
Stichting Network For Human Rights (SNHR) is an independent and nonprofit human rights foundation that aims to achieve the following objectives:
– Promoting a culture of human rights, providing assistance to victims and their families, and defending human rights.
– Carrying out legal documentation of human rights violations and supporting United Nations mechanisms and committees.
– Assisting in investigations carried out by national judicial bodies and war crimes units in the European Union states, the USA, and Canada.
– Combating impunity by prosecuting those involved in crimes against humanity and war crimes to support the accountability process and transitional.
Solvoz’ vision is to make procurement and innovation in the Aid sector more efficient, effective and responsible. We envision a better spending of money by increasing the efficiency of the procurement process, increase market competition sparking innovation and price pressure, and reduce duplication of efforts. Solvoz in one minute: click here.
Space4Good is a group of impact-driven data scientists, urban planners, geographic information experts and remote sensing specialists with the goal of contributing to the 17 UN Sustainable Development Goals.
Stichting SD International (known as Silent Donor International) is a Dutch foundation working to protect donor privacy and simplify global philanthropy for all donors. Silent Donor International allows for people and companies to easily send anonymous donations to the organizations they are passionate about in the Netherlands and across the world, while enjoying the full protection of their privacy. We believe that sending safe, private donations is a human right that all donors should enjoy. This privacy can also help protect many donors who live in areas of the world experiencing political/economic unrest or strife.
At Strhive, we believe in the creation of more impact through learning and collaboration. Our mission is to integrate learning into international development cooperation. We work with development organisations to create structures and processes that allow them to build on existing knowledge, tap into their organisational memory and learn from it.
Fair Tech’s mission is to protect human rights in the digital space by spreading awareness and working to hold companies and governments accountable for their use and development of technologies that (may) harm human rights.
The mission of the Global Transformation Foundation is to support a social movement and create awareness and understanding about the importance of achieving the Sustainable Development Goals, as well as positive changes to our social and economic systems.
The Hague Academy for local Governance aims to strengthen local governance worldwide by providing training and capacity building programmes for people working for or with local governments, both in The Netherlands and abroad.
The Hague Institute for Global Justice is an independent, non-profit organisation that aims to shape discourse and bridge gaps between research, policy and practice on global issues at the critical intersection of peace, security and justice.
HIRIM’s mission is to contribute to the deepening and broadening of knowledge and the formation of opinions about migration law at national and international levels.
The Knowledge Platform Security & Rule of Law (KPSRL) is a Netherlands Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MFA) project run by Clingendael’s Conflict Research Unit, in collaboration with the International Development Law Organization and Saferworld UK (the Consortium Partners). The KPSRL is committed to improving the quality and impact of Security & Rule of Law (SRoL) programming and policies, with a specific focus on fragile and conflict-affected settings. To do this, the KPSRL convenes programming specialists, policymakers, and researchers to generate and share knowledge, improve practice and increase learning across the SRoL sector. Established in 2012, the KPSRL now has over 3.500 participants including civil society, academics and researchers, as well as policy officers representing national and multilateral donors. The KPSRL is managed by a Secretariat that coordinates, activates and facilitates the Platform, working to increase the uptake of knowledge, and provides grants from its Knowledge Management Fund (KMF) to stimulate experimentation, innovation and research uptake within the SRoL sector. In addition to hosting a repository of cutting-edge knowledge products garnered from projects and programs around the globe, the Secretariat regularly convenes learning events, including webinars, white paper discussions, programming-led learning symposiums, research seminars, practice labs and an Annual Conference
We are an independent Human Rights Defense organization, registered in the Netherlands. The foundation aims to investigate, advocate, and engage on issues of Human Rights abuse and humanitarian crisis. Our key focus for the year 2020-2023 is monitoring the rise in ultra-right majoritarianism in India.
The Roots provides innovative frameworks & guidance for impact first organisations to create change in the world, in an intentional, inclusive & agile way. By going beyond the symptoms, to the roots of the problems; by putting the community at the heart of everything we do and by creating a learning culture.
The Young Diplomat works towards a more sustainable, secure,peaceful, and inclusive world. To achieve this we need diplomats from different socio-economic backgrounds. We provide training and consultancy in preparing, strategising and carrying out negotiations both in public governance and business.
A non profit organization aiming to advocate for Turkmen community every where in the world, by reporting the main atrocities against them, promoting accountability for the perpetrators according to international standards by domestic or international measures and supporting post conflict remedies for the survivors of human rights abuse
UNHCR is the Refugee Agency of the UN. Established in 1950in the wake of WW-II and with over 17,000 employees working in over 135 countries, its mandate is to protect refugees and find durable solutions to their plight. The UNHCR representation in the Netherlands monitors developments in refugee law and policy, and aims to enhance public awareness about asylum seekers, refugees and stateless persons in the Netherlands. It does so by providing law comments, intervening in individual cases, monitoring quality of asylum decisions and conditions in reception centers as well as by organizing events and campaigns. UNHCR the Netherlands also has a private Sector Partnership (PSP) team that raises funds for UNHCR operations worldwide.
Leiden University was founded in 1575 and is one of the leading international research universities in Europe. The University has seven faculties and a campus in both Leiden and The Hague. Our motto is Praesidium Libertatis –Bastion of Freedom.
Campus The Hague: The university has been located in The Hague for over 20 years. All seven faculties are active at Campus The Hague, and almost 20% of the university’s students study and more than 500 of the university’s staff members work there. The university has chosen to be one university in two cities. Our teaching and research at Campus The Hague centre on five key themes:
- International law, peace and security
- Globalisation and international relations
- Politics,public administration and public finance
- Urban issues
- Health and patient care
Upinion helps NGOs to provide more proficient aid by engaging directly with their end beneficiaries, by using messaging apps to gather their needs, use their insights and monitor their experiences.
Financial advisory with focus on NGOs and for good.
Together with my partner Jawad Ben Mimoun, we focus on increasing financial control and governance in non-profit organizations, including NGOs. In the past we have helped many large NGOs to make their business processes more efficient and to identify financial risks. We have an open door policy. That means that if you have a topic that has financial characteristics you can walk in, so we can think along with you.
The War Childhood Museum (WCM) is an independent human-centered museum dedicated exclusively to childhoods affected by armed conflicts. It developed from the crowd-sourced book War Childhood and opened its doors in 2017, in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina, seven years into its research and development phase. The Museum’s collection consists of over 5.000 personal objects, and hundreds of hours of oral history testimonies from more than 15 armed conflicts such as Syrian Civil War, War in Afghanistan, War in Donbas, Second World War. Because of its focus on experiences of children, the Museum is in a unique position to offer inspirational, politically neutral narratives, which transcends ethnonational divides. Therefore, it is apt to play a valuable role in the reconciliation process in Bosnia and Herzegovina, as well as in other conflict-affected areas. As such, the WCM has expanded its activities to contemporary conflict, post-conflict, and resettlement zones, becoming an international platform that gives voice to current and former conflict-affected children. Today, the WCM has offices in Sarajevo, Kyiv, New York City, and The Hage.
Besides exhibition, research, and community engagement, the WCM also plays a major role in education. It has developed and is implementing educational activities for students and teachers, with the aim of raising awareness about the importance of providing a peaceful world for future generations.
In 2018, the WCM was awarded the Council of Europe Museum Prize – one of the most prestigious awards in the museum industry – as part of the European Museum of the Year Awards.
WaterBear is a free interactive multimedia platform that allows you to watch inspirational and award-winning content, interact with hundreds of nonprofits, and take action instantly to improve our future on this planet.
Wavemakers United is a community of students, young professionals, and athletes with a passion for water. As a youth organization we focus on local challenges while having a global reach with the aim to contribute to the UN2030 SDGs and involve as many youngsters as possible. After the launch of Wavemakers United during the World Expo in Dubai, a globally oriented team has started on the expansion of the Wavemakers-community. The first result being this Challenge, in collaboration with IHE Delft. We believe that the UN2023 Water Conference can be a key moment towards 2030 in accelerating youth-engagement for sustainability. This also means that New York will not be the end of this project, nor our organization. We move beyond to keep creating local impact. We believe that through sports, education and positive energy we reach communities that are hard to reach. To activate these communities, let them create their own capacity to become climate resilient, and to bring together the whole world for sustainability and water.
Windle International Nederland is a member of Windle International. Windle International is a humanitarian and international development organisation that harnesses the power of education to empower and inspire communities. We focus particularly on refugees and communities who have been affected by conflict and marginalisation in eastern Africa.
We have been helping people to access good quality education and training in some of the world’s most challenging environments for over forty years. We run programmes in Kenya, Uganda, South Sudan, Sudan, Somalia and the UK. Offices in the UK, the US, Canada and the Netherlands support this work through advocacy, fundraising, and global policy development. Alumni of our programmes are based all over the world and play an important role in supporting our work.
Windle International Nederland supports Windle’s development and humanitarian activity through advocacy, fundraising and networking. We engage with European audiences and inspire those who have the power to strengthen our work and amplify our impact. The Windle International Nederland board is assisted by the international secretariat.
The World Geospatial Industry Council (WGIC) is a global not-for-profit trade association of private sector companies working in the geospatial ecosystem. WGIC is run by its 30+ international Members, guided by the Advisory Council and Officers, supported by the Secretariat in day-to-day operations.
Through numerous programs, WGIC works with multi-lateral and international organizations to demonstrate the value and benefits of geospatial technologies in ecology, economy, and society.
Youth Peace Initiative aims to give youth in conflict areas a chance to participate in peace processes. YPI seeks to include younger generations in present decisions that affect their future to create or maintain a sustainable peace.
Zoey Breslar Consulting is being established in July 2022 by Zoey Breslar, as its sole proprietor and will leverage her experience and expertise. Ms. Breslar is a senior leader with 25 years’ experience in international development across Africa, Asia, and the Caribbean, most recently working with humanitarian response and resilience programming in West Africa, and East Africa and the Horn. She has worked for donors, for-profit and non-profit organizations and have managed programs supporting a range of institutions. Ms. Breslar’s experience spans several sectors, implemented in various combinations: education, health, youth, gender, peace building, media, and democracy and governance. Zoey Breslar Consulting will provide services to organizations in the Netherlands interested in collaborating with or investing in African countries, and partnering with African institutions. In this era of attention to decolonization, the manner of partnering is of utmost importance to the success and sustainability of the endeavor, which is the particular strength of our approach.