People come to The Hague from all over the world
Bring yourself, Jill will do the sameJill Wilkinson is 59 years old. She is Managing Director of The Hague Humanity Hub.
The Hague is very diverse, and people come from all over the world for many different reasons: for employment, as migrants and some as refugees. There is also a large creative sector, supported by the conservatory and the Royal Academy of Art with amazing artists. This includes the world-class modern dance of Nederland Dans Theatre, which is Jill’s personal favourite.
Jill and the Humanity Hub bring people together
As the International City of peace and justice, the Hague took the initiative to set up the Humanity Hub as a meeting place and co-working space for the community of organisations and professionals working in the peace and justice sectors. “I am inspired every day to help people and organisations break down silos and barriers and put our minds together to solve important issues. I believe we can live in and help to create a better world than what we have at the moment.”
“Humanity Hub is the perfect fit for the Hague as it has been specifically developed to support the ecosystem for peace and justice. It’s hard to imagine it being anywhere else.” The city has many professionals working on a more peaceful and just world in various capacities, and all of these people can connect and collaborate with support of The Humanity Hub.
Humanity Hub is the perfect fit for the Hague as it has been specifically developed to support the ecosystem for peace and justice.
It’s all about the people
The Hague Humanity Hub came about because of the incredible people, organisations and expertise her. It will have an even greater impact as we work together and collaborate on solutions to the issues we are facing. “We are joined by a common purpose for a more peaceful and just world and we invite others to join us and contribute to this effort.”
The Humanity Hub gives a unique new spark to the ecosystem with a relaxed and open atmosphere in our programmes, events and space. It's a safe and welcoming place to discuss and connect around serious issues. “We make it easy for people to connect and work on real solutions that help ‘bridge the gap’ between the Peace and Justice sector and the general public.”
Building a better community
“Our community is appreciative of our efforts, which of course is wonderful to experience. We want to both expand our community and our programmes in partnership with others, to offer more areas of value.” The Humanity Hub is proud to support The Hague on the world stage as a collection of the incredible people and organisations that live and work there.