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Debate

The Future of the Humanitarian System

  • Mr. Mark Lowcock
  • Jelte van Wieren
  • Danah Boyd
  • Stuart Campo
Date
Thursday 21 December 2017
Time
Location
Wijnhaven
Turfmarkt 99
2511 DP The Hague

Are you curious about the Future of The Humanitarian System? 

Join us on Thursday 21 December from 4-5PM at Wijnhaven to find out more!

We are honoured to host Mr. Mark Lowcock (the Under-Secretary-General for Humanitarian Affairs and Emergency Relief Coordinator of the United Nations & head of United Nations OCHA), Jelte van Wieren (Director of the Humanitarian Aid Department of the Ministerie van Buitenlandse Zaken), danah boyd (Principal researcher at Microsoft Research and founder of the Data & Society Research Institute). They will engage in discussion with Stuart Campo (Harvard Humanitarian Initiative and International Data Responsibility Group) and you!

Humanitarian disasters are happening more frequently and are affecting more people than ever. This requires humanitarian organisations to explore new tools and approaches to support people in crisis. What is required by the humanitarian sector to contribute toward lifting the most vulnerable out of crises between now and 2030?

During the panel session, Mr. Mark Lowcock (the Under-Secretary-General for Humanitarian Affairs and Emergency Relief Coordinator of the United Nations,) and Jelte van Wieren (Director of the Humanitarian Aid Department of the Netherlands Ministry of Foreign Affairs) will discuss the future of the humanitarian system.

Register here

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