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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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ARTWORKS Projects: Photography Exhibition and Discussion

On Friday April 22, the Humanity Hub City Centre café hosted a photography exhibition and discussion on Ukraine, by new Humanity Hub member ART WORKS Projects, providing an opportunity to discuss the connections between advocacy and visual…
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Emergency Appeal Netherlands: April 2021 Launch 

A brand-new organisation, Emergency Appeal Netherlands has been launched at the Humanity Hub, working on the delivery of humanitarian help to Ukraine and supporting Ukrainian refugees in the Netherlands. The idea behind the work…

Tag Archive for: ukraine

(Online) Scenarios for the future: the impact of the war in Ukraine on global food security

Humanitarian and development organizations feel an urgent need to better understand the potential impacts of the war in Ukraine on food security, particularly in fragile and low-income countries. Preparing for possible scenarios Wageningen…

Stop Putin: Q&A w/ Bill Browder on effective sanctioning in the Netherlands

On March 31, 2022, in an unprecedented address to the Dutch parliament Ukrainian president Zelensky thanked the Dutch for leading the effort in support of Ukraine. And yet in the parliamentary debate that followed, it became apparent that…

Preparation and Applying for a Job in the Netherlands for Newly Arrived Ukrainians

We want to help Ukrainian people displaced to the greater Rotterdam – The Hague area enter the Dutch job market. Some of the people that have recently arrived are highly skilled professionals and speak English. We could be of assistance…

Dispatches from Ukraine: Does visual storytelling enable advocacy?

Hostel in Ukraine, by Wil Sands for ART WORKS Projects On the 22nd of April, ART WORKS Projects and The Hague Humanity Hub invite you for a preview of a photography exhibition on Ukraine; a discussion on the role of visual advocacy tools…

Fortnightly Session: Ukraine Discussion

In this series of facilitated fortnightly meetings, the Humanity Hub aims to bring together those in the city of the Hague's ecosystem working on or thinking about the Russian invasion of Ukraine, to: Discuss what’s occurring with the…

Why China is Watching the War in Ukraine

At the end of 2022, the Communist Party of China (CCP) will hold its 20th Party Congress in Beijing. This provides ample reason for President Xi Jinping to extend his "zero-COVID policy" and keep China closed to foreigners for another year.…

(Online) Live Briefing: Foreign Fighters in Ukraine: Myths and Realities

On March 31, 2022, the International Centre for Counter-Terrorism will host an online Live Briefing about the myths and realities of foreign fighters in Ukraine.  This Live Briefing will feature a roundtable discussion by leading experts…

peace&justice café: What’s the Role of the Private Sector? (In-Person/Online)

Join us on April 14 as we highlight the role the private sector can, should, and does play in driving a more peaceful and just world. When it comes to the most critical issues of our time like climate change, inequity, poverty, social…