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Arts as Resistance
For the third edition of the symposium Arts as Resistance Humanity in Action, the Netherlands organizes together with H401 the event Popular Culture and Social Injustice.
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News & Events
Mitchell Esajas on racism and violence against Kick Out Black Pete
"...I learned that freedom of expression and demonstration are fundamental rights for everyone. On the streets of The Hague, Gouda and Rotterdam I learned that in practice this does not apply if you want to express your opinion about Black Pete".
Call for internships Amsterdam Fellowship 2020 & Communications
Would you like to contribute towards an inclusive society? Are you a great organizer and a good writer with (social) media skills? Then apply now for an internship at Humanity in Action the Netherlands!
Anna Timmerman Joins Committee of Recommendation
Humanity in Action the Netherlands proudly announces the newest member to our Committee of Recommendation, Anna Timmerman.
As part of the Humanity in Action Fellowship, our Fellows are tasked with developing impactful projects in their own communities.
Definitely Family: Cross-border Families.
Merel started her Action Project in the summer of 2017. She and her father left the Netherlands for Tajikistan by car. The goal was to meet families along the way to find out who they saw as an indispensable part of their family.
Stories of Womanhood
Stories of Womanhood is an initiative of Sharona Badloe and Sophia Blijden that aims to show the power of a personal story. In academic and political discussions on feminism, sexism, and discrimination, polarization seems to be omnipresent.
Short Film: "Thin Ice"
"Thin Ice," a short film addressing the increasing fear of terrorism and the consequential prejudicial discrimination.
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Every year, new Humanity in Action Fellows come together in six cities across Europe and the United States to study how and why people confront intolerance and protect democratic values.
01 Year duration
135 Fellows per year