Nextview Event: From personal stories to concept-prototype

“I’ve never done it before. So I think I can do it.” – Pippi Longstocking   By Nina Nout We held our Nextview Event on June 19 surrounded by inspirational quotes in the beautiful workshop space of the Nextview Design Centre on the High Tech Campus in Eindhoven. We had the opportunity to collaborate with […]

Design for Activism

By Nina Nout On June 13, we had the pleasure of hosting our Design For Activism lab at the Border Sessions Festival. The goal of the lab was to design a workflow that creates opportunities for tech experts and companies to support human rights activists online. In other words, we wanted to find out how […]

Meet The Hague Hacks: Connecting Tech and Human Rights

Written by Nina Nout At The Hague Hacks, we’re all about connecting the worlds of peace and technology. From our annual The Hague Hack Festival, to our events, to building an innovative platform for creating new tech solutions to human rights issues; we are ‘hacking’ the landscape of human rights issues in collaboration with our […]

The Hague Hacks is a project within The Hague Peace Projects that strives to bridge the gap between human rights and technology. We do so by connecting a range of trans-disciplinary actors to create and/or develop technology that empowers human rights defenders and improves the safety and freedom of victims of human rights violations.

Our approach to achieving these goals is our Design for Activism Program. This program is subdivided into four parts: Activism, Ideation, Design, and Development. The Hague Hacks is part of a solution-driven human rights movement. We transform ideas into long-term sustainable actions. To learn more about The Hague Hacks, visit our website and watch short video of our annual Hague Hacks Festival 2018.

Steen & Claire

Steen & Claire

Project Managers The Hague Hacks

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