16
October
2024

Humanitarian Congress Berlin 2024

Critical Choices: Triaging Humanitarian Priorities Please save the date and join us for the 26th Humanitarian Congress Berlin, taking place on 16-17 October 2024 (in-person and online) at Urania Berlin, An der Urania 17, 10787 Berlin.We are excited to announce that the Humanitarian Congress Berlin will be back with two days of in-person and hybrid sessions, workshops, and our exhibition and exchange area – the Humanitarian Forum. Whether you are a current, former or future humanitarian expert, politician, thought leader, media professional or researcher interested in driving positive change through critical debate, this event is for you. This year’s programme will revolve around navigating humanitarian needs against the backdrop of diverse crises. The rise of authoritarian regimes, a global shift towards right-wing politics, the climate crisis, the systematic erosion of humanitarian principles and attacks on humanitarians accompanied by drastic budget cuts amongst others are putting unprecedented pressure on humanitarian actors, further politicising them and endangering their safety. The congress will explore how, besides growing priorities in a multipolar world, a coherent vision for humanitarian intervention as well as forward-thinking approaches such as the use of AI in humanitarian action, anticipatory action, and the long-term consequences of crises can be applied to seek solutions for equitable, resilient, and sustainable futures. For further updates and details, visit our website and follow us on X @humconberlin (#HCBerlin). An official invitation including the online registration will follow in due course. We would be delighted to welcome you to the Humanitarian Congress Berlin 2024. This event is hosted by Médecins Sans Frontières / Doctors without Borders, Médecins du Monde / Doctors of the World, and the German Red Cross, in partnership with Oxfam Germany.
Urania Berlin
16/10/2024
Doctors without Borders, Doctors of the World, German Red Cross in partnership with Oxfam Germany
22
November
2024

Return 2 Congo: one week in Kinshasa

The curated trip will connect individuals of Congolese descent, and those who are interested in Congo, with changemakers, leaders, entrepreneurs and opportunities in the country. Registrations are open, fill out the sign-up form if you're interested and we will get back to you with details on how to reserve your spot.Spaces are limited and the first deposit from all participants must be received by March 31, 2024.  This trip will be an exploration of the business and impact opportunities available in Kinshasa, as well as the financial and political capital of the Democratic Republic of Congo.  The inaugural Return 2 Congo will connect the Diaspora, and interested parties, with Congolese leaders, entrepreneurs and change-makers across multiple sectors such as agriculture, supply chain, real estate, finance, hospitality and more.  The trip will also include opportunities to discover and enjoy the culture, arts, entertainment, and history of the city. Itinerary:  Day 1 – Friday, Nov 22: Arrival in Kinshasa Day 2 – Saturday, Nov 23: Fashion | Arts | Culture  Day 3 – Sunday, Nov 24: Rest & Tourism Day 4 – Monday, Nov 25: Banking | Finance | Fintech Day 5 – Tuesday Nov 26: Agribusiness | Food & Beverage Day 6 – Wednesday, Nov 27: Real Estate | Hospitality Day 7 – Thursday, Nov 28: Diaspora Networking Day 8 – Friday Nov 29: Flights back to the U.S., Canada, and Europe Photo credit: Unsplash/Kaysha
Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of the Congo
31/03/2024
Congolese Diaspora Impact Strategies (CDIS)

DEMAC is a global initiative aiming at enhancing mutual knowledge and coordination, communication and coherence between diaspora humanitarian actors and the institutional humanitarian system.

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