Tag Archive for: Humanitarian Action Challenge

What role should the private sector play in peace and justice: Recap of our peace&justice café

On Thursday 14 April, professionals from The Hague’s public, private, and non-profit sectors came together in a hybrid event to highlight the role the private sector can, should, and does play in driving a more peaceful and just world.   Photo…

Korea Future: North Korean Prison Database – April 2022 Launch 

A new resource for human rights activists and accountability researchers has been launched at the Humanity Hub. The North Korean Prison Database provides a first-time look at the details of nearly 600 perpetrators linked to more than 5000 human…

The main insights of the Humanitarian Action Challenge

In the course of last year, the Hague Humanity Hub, together with ImpactCity and HumanityX (Centre for Innovation, Leiden University), launched yet another ambitious program to harness The Hague’s unique impact ecosystem for the greater good.

Humanitarian Action Challenge

The Hague Humanity Hub, in cooperation with ImpactCity and HumanityX (Centre for Innovation, Leiden University), challenged the general public to take part in the Humanitarian Action Challenge. The Challenge aimed to stimulate cooperation between business (including start-ups) and NGOs in order to develop innovative technological solutions for peace, justice and humanitarian action.