Tag Archive for: P2P Facilitation

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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“Facilitating Uncomfortable Conversations”

Peer-to-peer groups on “Facilitation” at the Humanity Hub rotate a new host every few weeks to introduce a topic of mutual interest and learning. In our most recent edition, hosted by Kelly Buis and Matt Barnaby from ImpactBasis, a…
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“Talking about Inclusive Facilitation”

Every six weeks or so, the peer-to-peer group on “Facilitation” at the Humanity Hub picks a new host to introduce a topic of mutual interest and learning. In our most recent edition, hosted by Job van der Poel from The Hague Academy, a…

Tag Archive for: P2P Facilitation

P2P Facilitation

The Humanity Hub is pleased to bring together its members in regular peer-to-peer (P2P) groups, centered around the theme of facilitation. These are informal opportunities to find one other, foster collaboration, and share knowledge and…