Tag Archive for: Humans of the Hub

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…
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Kirsten Mildren, Head of Public Advocacy and Campaigns at UNOCHA

MEET KIRSTEN! 2020 was a year unlike any other, and its transformational tentacles reach well into this new year. Ongoing humanitarian crises and climate change merged with the COVID-19 pandemic and continue to wreak global havoc. At…
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Raphael: Relief Applications & Tech Innovation Coach

Meet Raphael! Raphael initially worked as a plane mechanic. Throughout his evenings he would help homeless people as a volunteer. He worked for the next 15 years responding to natural disasters and population movements. During an emergency…
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Marina Antunovic, Director at Mercy Corps Netherlands

She believes that all of us have gone through the same phases of “disbelief, panic, throwing ourselves at everything, and then slowly getting more and more organized, and henceforth finding areas where one can actually focus and do more to support the communities where we work”.

Why I came to The Hague, and why I believe that we need more cities like this in the world.

Chale Guadamuz, Executive Director at The Hague Peace Projects, wrote about his journey to The Hague. The full version of the story is available on Medium.

Livia del Conte, Policy and Project Officer at EUKN

“I really identified objectives I want to pursue with people of the Hub and reflect on ideas, there are so many ways you can be inspired by people working next to you!”

Charlotte de Jong, Policy Officer at the City of the Hague

“The crisis makes it clear that collaboration is even more important than it was before, especially learning from and growing with each other”.

Aleksandra Arcipowska, Climate Program at World Resources Institute

Welcome back to the Humans of the Hub series! This week we talked to Aleksandra Arcipowska, aka… Ola, Manager Online Data Tool & Visualizations for the Climate Program at World Resources Institute! MEET OLA! Ola works for the World…

Humans of the Hub: Meet Alexander Gunkel

Meet Alexander Gunkel! Alex founded Space4Good, an advisory organisation and innovation lab that uses the power of space technology to make real differences to projects on the ground. With a background in business and engineering, Alex…

Humans of the Hub: Loes Glas-Weijers

Welcome to this week’s Humans of the Hub post! This weeks’ innovator is Loes Glas-Weijers! Loes offers her expertise on smarter project management as an independent professional. Through her consultancy, Loes On Fire, Loes runs workshops…

Humans of the Hub: Rudayna Abdo

Welcome to this week’s Humans of the Hub post! This weeks’ innovator is Rudayna Abdo! Rudayna is the founder of Thaki, one of the newest member organisations to join the Humanity Hub community. Three years ago, Rudayna…