Influence & Ethics

HI's Analyses, Alerts, Debates and Recommendations on Policy and Ethics.

COMING UP- “Bombed. Lives to be rebuilt” Exhibition in Brussels, April 23-27

COMING UP- “Bombed. Lives to be rebuilt” Exhibition in Brussels, April 23-27

Humanity & Inclusion organizes the exhibition “Bombed. Lives to be rebuilt” (http://bombed-hi.org/) on the European Parliament esplanade in Brussels during the week of April 23, 2018.

FEEDBACK – The way forward for an inclusive urban development

FEEDBACK – The way forward for an inclusive urban development

Posted by: on Mar 2, 2018 | No Comments

The World Urban Forum 2018-WUF9 hosted a number of events where different actors could share their experience in implementing the New Urban Agenda-NUA, a document endorsed by the UN General Assembly in December 2016, over a year ago.

ALERT – New humanitarian standards for the inclusion of older people and people with disabilities

ALERT – New humanitarian standards for the inclusion of older people and people with disabilities

Posted by: on Feb 26, 2018 | No Comments

A new set of inclusion standards that provide humanitarian organisations with guidance to ensure older people and people with disabilities are not marginalised in emergency responses have been launched.

FEEDBACK – WUF 9: Scaling up implementation of the New Urban Agenda

FEEDBACK – WUF 9: Scaling up implementation of the New Urban Agenda

Posted by: on Feb 26, 2018 | No Comments

The ninth meeting of the World Urban Forum (WUF9) was held in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia (7–13 February 2018). This session focused on the theme “Cities for all”, with the ambition of localizing and scaling up the implementation of the New Urban Agenda adopted in 2016.

ALERT – Humanity & Inclusion condemns the unending bombardment of besieged Eastern Ghouta

ALERT – Humanity & Inclusion condemns the unending bombardment of besieged Eastern Ghouta

Posted by: on Feb 23, 2018 | No Comments

The extreme escalation of bombardment in the besieged area of Eastern Ghouta in the past 72 hours has caused more than 200 civilian deaths and extensive damage to infrastructure – particularly hospitals, clinics and shelters where civilians are taking refuge.