TU Delft: “But What Should We Do? The Ethics of Climate Action”, with John Broome

TU Delft The Hague Campus Bezuidenhoutseweg 63, The Hague, Netherlands

Climate action aims to create a better, more just world. It therefore requires not just technical knowledge, but also ethical understanding. Join John Broome (Oxford), in conversation with James Hutton (TU Delft), as they delve into the philosophical underpinnings of climate action. This discussion, suitable for experts and non-experts alike, will explore critical questions about […]

HSD: Lunch & Talk

HSD Campus Wilhelmina van Pruisenweg 104, The Hague, Netherlands

Once a month HSD organises a Lunch & Talk at the HSD Campus. These are great opportunities to meet the experts that secure our digitising society, all while enjoying a delicious lunch.  During this L&T, Romée and Luuk from the Municipality of The Hague will take us along on the journey they took to make […]

The Hague Community Meet-up on Climate, Peace and Justice

The Hague Humanity Hub Fluwelen Burgwal 58, The Hague, Netherlands

We are inviting you to join The Hague Community on Climate, Peace and Justice: a community of professionals who want to achieve more together. If that applies to you, we hope you'll attend the first community meet-up on May 27th. About this event: The Hague is known as the international city of peace and justice. […]

ICCT Annual Conference 2024

Beeld en Geluid Den Haag Zeestraat 82, Den Haag, Netherlands

On Tuesday 28 and Wednesday 29 May, the International Centre for Counter-Terrorism (ICCT) organises the Annual Conference, under the overarching theme: “Houston we have a problem”: Counter-Terrorism in the Age of Uncertainty. The Conference will take place at Beeld and Geluid in The Hague.  Within the last years, the world has witnessed increasingly diversifying patterns of extremism […]

Likeminded: Networking, Redefined (Screening & Workshop)

The Hague Humanity Hub Fluwelen Burgwal 58, The Hague, Netherlands

This event is hybrid and can be attended both in person and online. What to expect? The "Likeminded: Networking, Redefined" workshop, in collaboration with Resilient Foundation and BeNode, aims to inspire and guide change-makers and civil society actors in using their networks for good. Departing from the understanding that "networking" is finding the purpose of […]

Democracy Drinks EU Election Sprint: The Role of Youth

The Hague Humanity Hub Fluwelen Burgwal 58, The Hague, Netherlands

Join us on May 28 for our #DemocracyDrinks. The coming editions will be special as we start our sprint to the EU elections. In the lead-up to, around, and after June 6 at #DemocracyDrinks the Hague, we will focus on all things Elections. For our first edition of the #DemocracyDrinks elections sprint on May 28, […]

Justice & Peace: Bridging Art and Environmental Narratives

Bookstor Café Noordeinde 39, The Hague, Netherlands

Join on May 29th for "Colouring Our World: Bridging Art and Environmental Narratives", a collaboration between Justice & Peace and Bookstor Café. Filipino artivist and current resident of Artists’ Safe Haven, A.G., will lead an art workshop and launch his latest drawing book: “A Little Wanderer In A Lost World”. The book features dreamlike illustrations drawn during […]

Blue Drinks – Water, Energy, Food Nexus

Mingle Mush Anna Van Buerenplein 712, The Hague, Netherlands

Join us on May 30 for the next edition of Blue Drinks. Blue Drinks is an informal networking series for water and environmental professionals. For this edition we are highlighting the Water-Energy-Food Nexus. The WEF Nexus provides a holistic and integrated approach in order to secure access to water, energy and food in the long […]

125 Year of Peace & Justice: A Live Dialogue on International Law

The Hague Humanity Hub Fluwelen Burgwal 58, The Hague, Netherlands

Welcome to a groundbreaking collaboration between The Hague Humanity Hub and the Asymmetrical Haircuts podcast! As part of the illustrious 125 years celebration of The Hague as the city of peace and justice, we are thrilled to present a dynamic 'live podcast' event that promises to delve deep into the realms of international law and […]

KPSRL: Making learning work – Digital tools for the Security and Rule of Law sector

Online

KPSRL is thrilled to invite you to the upcoming webinar, "Making learning work: Digital tools for the Security and Rule of Law sector" – a joint venture between the Knowledge Platform Security & Rule of Law (KPSRL) and Propel.The session is designed to explore the transformative impact of digital tools on programmatic learning within the […]

Solvoz: Free webinar on becoming a registered supplier on Solvoz

Online

Are you a company, supplier, or manufacturer interested in serving NGOs, health agencies, or other impact organisations in Low and Middle-Income Countries (LMICs)? Then you might be interested to read on about our new dedicated supplier features AND attend this webinar; to create a public company profile on Solvoz and showcase your range of goods […]

Democracy Drinks: New Ways of Democracy in Internet Governance

The Hague Humanity Hub Fluwelen Burgwal 58, The Hague, Netherlands

Step into the future of internet governance with the upcoming edition of the #DemocracyDrinks! Join us on June 4th as we explore the evolving role of democracy in global internet governance. Who sets the rules in this all-encompassing virtual space? What will the impact of the upcoming EU elections be? Are multistakeholder frameworks the key to […]

Asser Institute: The right to health for women in armed conflict – addressing international law’s role in the humanitarian crisis in Gaza

T.M.C. Asser Instituut R.J. Schimmelpennincklaan 20-22, Den Haag, Netherlands

“Women in Gaza resort to using scraps of tent in place of period products” reads an introduction by ActionAid, an international organization providing on-the-ground humanitarian aid amidst the crisis in Gaza. According to a UN Report updated in February 2024, around 700,000 menstruating women and girls in Gaza have limited access to hygiene supplies. This scarcity, compounded […]

GTGC Conference Roundtable: Local Action for Global Change

The Hague Humanity Hub Fluwelen Burgwal 58, The Hague, Netherlands

The Hague, the International City of Peace and Justice, is not only a major hub of embassies, international organizations, and NGOs, but also a hive of grassroots activism on global issues. Bottom-up social movements engage global questions around culture, environment, food security, human rights, refugees, and more. This special event brings together conveners of local […]

Pro Bono Connect: Navigating the Legal Field of Defamation: Risk, Liability, and SLAPPs

Amsterdam, Netherlands

The legal system seeks balance between freedom of expression and protections against illegal reputational damage. This coincides with increasing attention to “SLAPPs” (strategic lawsuits against public participation). What do Dutch and European law & policy say about this? How can NGO's and journalists limit their risks when publishing critical articles, reports, accusations and claims? Do […]

Talent for Good Fair: Fireside Chat with Caroline Richelle

The Hague University of Applied Sciences Johanna Westerdijkplein 75, Den Haag, Netherlands

Are you a student or young professional looking to pursue a career within the EU institutions? Do you wish you had some insights into what an EU career can look like and how the application process works? Join us for a Fireside Chat with Caroline Richelle, head of the political section of the European Commission […]

Pro Bono Connect: The Netherlands’ Pro Bono Roundtable, joint session with civil society

Clifford Chance Droogbak 1A, Amsterdam, Netherlands

Effective cooperation calls for trust, understanding each others’ perspectives and identifying our unique strengths. This session for civil society and pro bono lawyers will include discussions of pro bono in strategic litigation, professional standards for lawyers, and insights into the complexity of pro bono within large firms. Pro Bono professionals will share their experiences and […]

Strategic Partnerships – Fundraising Info Session with HVFC

The Hague Humanity Hub Fluwelen Burgwal 58, The Hague, Netherlands

The Dutch Strategic Partnerships (SPs) is a five-year funding window of the Dutch Ministry for Trade and Development Cooperation (BHOS) that is part of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. The SPs is a dedicated window to strengthen civil society and focuses on the role and capacity of civil society organizations (CSO) in the Global South […]

Gemeente Den Haag: Den Haag Inspireert! 2024

Fokker Terminal Binckhorstlaan 249, Den Haag, Netherlands

Op donderdag 13 juni 2024 organiseren de gemeente Den Haag en de Economic Board The Hague samen met partners wederom het inspiratie- en netwerkevenement Den Haag Inspireert! voor ondernemers en werkgevers uit Den Haag en de regio.Dit hét jaarlijkse evenement waarbij we als stad en bedrijfsleven gezamenlijk naar de toekomst kijken. We zetten in op […]

OSINT: From Theory to Intelligence to Evidence

Leiden University, Wijnhaven Campus Turfmarkt 99, The Hague, The Netherlands

OSINT FOR UKRAINE will mark its second anniversary in 2024 and is eager to commemorate the occasion by hosting an engaging event/symposium. The aim is to foster a collaborative environment where experts and enthusiasts can converge to delve into the nuances of OSINT, open source information, and the fundamental elements of intelligence and evidence within […]