Creating & delivering online programmes to refugees
- HumanTech Innovation Lab
Causes We Support
- Refugees & Migration
- Democracy & Human Rights
- Online Volunteering
- Any Help is Welcome
How does our project achieve its goal?
The HumanTech Innovation Lab (HTiL) is a digital humanitarian initiative, proactively and collaboratively at the intersect between humanitarianism and technology. HTiL focuses on displaced persons and issues surrounding the displaced. Our aim is to deliver a more sustainably secure and prosperous world. We seek to do this through effective use of tech driven big data information management, and support of pragmatic direct communication between displaced people, government policy makers, potenti…
What will volunteers be doing?
Contact us ([email protected]) if you can spare an hour or so a week, to develop and deliver an online sharing of your knowledge according a lesson plan you help devise. Whatever your expertise, please get in touch. Pedagogy, agricultural, horticulture, ecology, botany, animal husbandry, health/hygiene/medicine, nutrition, making, craft, cooking, appreciation and exploration of art, music, astronomy, engineering, mechanics, technology, computer languages, practical relevant home Improvement…
About HumanTech Innovation Lab
In a world struggling with both prosperity and security we persist in defining ourselves by borders and distrust of “the other”. The results of this current strategy are on the news every hour, it is not working. A paradigm shift is called for and immediate ongoing systemic innovation is demanded; with collaboration across borders, sectors, disciplines and cultures.
Therefore the only way forward is working in collaboration to insure that no person remains forced to identify as displaced and …