The Hague Humanity Hub

A community of innovators in peace, justice, and humanitarian action

The Hague Humanity Hub, based in central The Hague, officially opened its doors in January 2018. It is a unique platform, where forward-thinking organizations and people are united by their drive to develop innovative solutions to today’s global challenges in peace, justice, and humanitarian action. Next to offering a professional workplace, the Humanity Hub facilitates innovation by offering the necessary ingredients for chance encounters, new alliances, inspirational collaborations, and the exchange of technology and knowledge.

Among its first members are UN OCHA Center for Humanitarian Data, HiiL, Dutch Coalition for Humanitarian Innovation, HumanityX, Institute for Economics and Peace, Mercy Corps, and World Resources Institute. Within 8 months of opening, the Humanity Hub already has more than 40 member organizations.

Programme

Visitors will learn about the Humanity Hub, its concept, and an overview of its member organizations. There will be two tours, starting at 10:30 and 12:00, which will last approximately 30 minutes. There is a maximum number of 15 people per tour. Visitors are requested to register for a tour online beforehand.

 

Address

Humanity Hub
Fluwelen Burgwal 58
2511 CJ The Hague
www.humanityhub.net

Security

Most organisations have strict security. Because of this, we have added a list of the DO’s and DON’Ts for you. As a visitor, you’ll be required to follow these. You will receive your security passes a week beforehand via e-mail. We ask you to please bring it with you. The security of the organisations can ask you to show your passes. Although the chance is there that registration will be enough and you will not be asked to show your pass. At all times you are required to bring a legal personal ID, like a passport of a ID-Card. Bus-, library, etc. cards are not valid identification. Security checks take time, so please keep this in mind when visiting. We ask for your patience for any eventual waiting times.

Do’s

  • Bring a valid ID like a passport or ID card
  • Bring a your admission ticket (print or online version)
  • Keep in mind that security checks can take some time.
  • Listen and comply with security.

Don’ts

  • Do not bring large bags.
  • Do not bring prams unless absolutely necessary.
  • Do not bring electronic devices.
  • Photos and video recordings aren’t always permitted.