Humanitarian Innovation Exchange
The Humanitarian Innovation Exchange brought together over 100 supporters and practitioners of humanitarian innovation. During the day, participants shared learning, experience and evaluated and developed new tools and approaches for humanitarian innovation.
Hosted by Leiden University’s Centre for Innovation, in partnership with Elrha and the Dutch Coalition for Humanitarian Innovation (DCHI), the event marked the launch of the Humanitarian Innovation Guide: a growing online resource to help individuals and organisations define humanitarian problems and successfully develop innovative solutions.
Drawing on the Humanitarian Innovation Guide, the event provided a forum to define shared priorities and principles. The goal of the event was to move towards common processes and practices for more responsible and sustainable humanitarian innovation.
A link to the program can be found here: Programme Humanitarian Innovation Exchange 2019
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