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…

Humans of the Hub: Tim Kreuk

Welcome to this week’s Humans of the Hub post! This weeks’ innovator is Tim Kreuk. Tim is the Head of the HALO Trust’s European Office, he joined the HALO Trust in 2017 and the organisation joined the Humanity Hub last August. Tim’s…

Humans of the Hub: Leianne Wijnhoud

Welcome to this week’s Humans of the Hub post! This weeks’ post is on Leianne Wijnhoud!Leianne is one of our café staff and events team members and has been with the Humanity Hub since September last year! Leianne is currently a second-year…

Humans of the Hub: Árpád Rózsás

Welcome to this week’s Humans of the Hub post! This weeks’ innovator is Árpád Rózsás! Árpád is a founding member of PNGK, a member organisation of The Hague Humanity Hub, as well as working for TNO, a Dutch organisation…

Humans of the Hub: Katie Davis

Welcome to this week’s Humans of the Hub post! This weeks’ innovator is Katie Davis! Katie works in Communications for HiiL and spoke to us about her experience at the Innovating Justice Forum last week! HiiL drives…

Humans of The Hub – Murray Ackman

Every week we'll be giving you insight into the passionate and dedicated people at the Humanity Hub working on innovative solutions in the fields of justice, peace and humanitarian action. Murray Ackman, a Research Fellow for the Institute…