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The necessity of innovation in development cooperation and humanitarian aid
In recent years, millions of people in dozens of countries have been in need of humanitarian aid. The increasing need for humanitarian aid and the growing financial deficit makes it necessary to carry out humanitarian aid efficiently and effectively. Innovative solutions developed in other sectors could also be interesting for the humanitarian sector.
The Dutch Coalition for Humanitarian Innovation brings you this course in cooperation with the City of the Hague, SBO and other DCHI partners to enable you to get a basic understanding of innovation and the application of new technology and data solutions. This course is meant an introduction to these themes and topics. With this basic knowledge DCHI partners will be better able to start innovation projects benefitting from the knowledge and expertise available within the Coalition.
During this course you will learn:
For whom is this course:
This course is aimed at humanitarian and development professionals who are motivated to learn about innovation and want apply innovative methods and solutions in their work both at headquarter level and in the field. This course will lay the foundation for a community of practise for professionals in the sector.
The course is free of charge, however it is expected that you commit yourself to all 5 modules. In addition to this, participants will be asked to write a short motivation and inform CEO who will be invited to the last module.
Stephanie van Drunen Littel, Senior lecturer of the course Humanitarian Innovation
Frans Nauta, Independent expert in the field of innovation
Hans Luijckx, Operational Manager of IJsfontein
Kate Radford, Programme Director 'Can’t Wait to Learn' at War Child
Josje Spierings, Project Manager at the Centre for Innovation of the Leiden University Faculty of Governance and Global Affairs
Davide Coppola, Project Manager at the European Space Agency
Leonoor Akkermans, Lecturer International Development at Van Hall Larenstein
Tim van Deursen, Initiator of Hack the planet
Roza Freriks, Innovation Manager at the Dutch Coalition for Humanitarian Innovation (DCHI),
Amos Gomes de Mesquita, Senior Consultant innovation at Van Aetsveld
Maarten van der Veen, Initiator at 510.global
Stephanie van Drunen Littel, senior lecturer of the course Humanitarian Innovation and innovationmanager at the Dutch Coalition for Humanitarian Innovation, a coalition of humanitarian organizations, companies, governments, and knowledge institutions that have collectively come to new forms of cooperation in the assistance to people who have been affected by violence of war and catastrophes
Frans Nauta, independent expert in the field of innovation, initiator of Stichting Nederland Kennisland, former secretary of the Innovation Platform of the Dutch prime minister and lecturer Innovation at the University of Applied Sciences Arnhem Nijmegen, published and ‘Agents of Change; Strategy and Tactics for Social Innovation’
Hans Luijckx, operational manager of IJsfontein, designs and develops playful (digital) learning, specialist in the field of serious games and gamification
Kate Radford, Programme Director 'Can’t Wait to Learn' at War Child, leads the 'Can’t Wait to Learn' programme, which is a multi-partner initiativebringing learning to children affected by conflict using game-based learning technology
Josje Spierings, project manager at the Centre for Innovation of the Leiden University Faculty of Governance and Global Affairs
Davide Coppola, project manager at the European Space Agency, specialized in Big Data and artificial intelligence
Leonoor Akkermans, Lecturer International Development at Van Hall Larenstein, university of applied sciences that train high-quality, ambitious and innovative professionals who contribute to a more sustainable world
Tim van Deursen, Initiator of Hack the planet, is committed to the innovative approach of large-scale humanitarian challenges
Roza Freriks, Innovation Manager at the Dutch Coalition for Humanitarian Innovation (DCHI), committed to supporting organisations in realising more impact in humanitarian aid
Mark Albers, Senior consultant innovation at Van Aetsveld and senior lecturer at the training Big Data in peace, justice and safety
Maarten van der Veen, Initiator at 510.global - an initiative by the Netherlands Red Cross, shaping the future of humanitarian aid by converting data into understanding
20, 27 November, 4, 11, 18 December 2018
The Hague Humanity Hub
Fluwelen Burgwal 58
2511 CJ Den Haag
070 - 217 10 80
13.30 - Reception with coffee and tea
14.00 - Start of course program
17.00 - End of course program
Applications will be considered on a rolling basis, there are limited places available
This course has a value of €2500 and is offered to you free of charge by the Dutch Coalition for Humanitarian Innovation,
her partners and The City of the Hague. Signing up for the course does mean you commit to the five modules,
including your CEO in the last module.
For substantive questions please call:
Stephanie van Drunen Littel
Tel: +31 6 41 52 60 59
During the course, in addition to the sessions, you are invited to use the online learning environment. Here you will find (extra) learning materials that correspond with the tutoring sessions, such as videos, articles, homework, and book references. The learning environment can also be used as networking tool and for interaction: all participants and lecturers can be reached through the learning environment. You will receive a login code and an invitation to create an online profile before the beginning of the course.
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