11.10h - 12.30h | 3th Floor | Integrity Game | Dilemmax - the card game that helps organisations to stimulate and strengthen a virtuous and inclusive climate and helps prevent breaches of integrity and discrimination. Partos and Morals at Work developed a version of the game focussing the international aid and development sector. Partos consulted organisation members on occuring dilemmas in the practice and these are used in our version of this card game. Koos Rooseboom from Morals at Work will be present to play this card game with you. They will also show other games they developed. Partos and Morals at Work belief that by playing integrity games, people become more aware in how integrity affects work and it targets exchange of point of views between colleagues, to stimulate discussion and strengthen the culture of integrity.
So, let’s meet and play.
Network App | Online | The festival is a great place to meet like-minded people, but it can be daunting and awkward to step up to others out of the blue. With the network app you can find other visitors easily, chat with them and meet with them anywhere at the festival. It also has a digital version of the programme and the ability to ask questions to all the visitors (or certain groups) at the festival. Network App is an app specially build for conferences. Once you have signed up to the festival you will be given a code that let's you access the app. A online version with limited functionality also exists, so you don't need to have a smartphone to use it.
11.10h - 13.15h | Meeting Room 2nd Floor | Innovation Room | At the festival, we have saved a special spot for good ideas and innovations. The Innovation Market features several stands where a wide variety of organisations and social enterprises will proudly present their latest innovations to you. Wander through the market and be amazed as Simavi, Liliane Fonds, Cordaid, RNW Media and many more, show you their newest initiatives. Come and see how their expertise and out-of-the-box thinking opens up endless possibilities for a positive societal impact and seize this opportunity to be inspired! Come and join the VIP-tour facilitated by Bram Alkema between 11.30 and 12.30h where innovators pitch their innovations.
Hoefsloot Spatial Solutions in collaboration with SNV, answers questions in the field as diverse as agriculture, nature, development, disaster preparedness. Questions like How many food aid beneficiaries can the government of Ethiopia expect due to bad rains in the Meher season? What is the distribution of certain plant species in the Netherlands? What are the financial risks to my organisation, due to natural disasters? In the innovation room a route planner for migrating livestock farmers in the Sahel is presented that helps them find water and grazing grounds for their herds.
We use research and social media data mining and listening to produce continuously fresh and tailored online content with our digital communities of young people.
Can you hear the bells ringing? This is because 33 million children with disabilities are out of school. Come and test yourself Liliane Fonds’ Welcome to school case- an unique method of youth-led advocacy for inclusion.
With ‘The Perfect Fit: A Smart Entry Point to Reshape Menstrual Health Management in Indonesia’, Simavi, Kopernik and AYO Indonesia are working together on designing and distributing reusable menstrual pads for women in Indonesia, as well as educating local communities about their rights. By using the product as development process, it can serve as an entry point to open up a dialogue about Menstrual Health.
"Unequal Scenes" | Grote Zaal | Visual Exposition | With the series “Unequal Scenes”, Johnny Miller – a documentary photographer based in South Africa – aims at laying bare the hidden inequalities within our social and urban fabrics. Using drones and looking straight down from a height, a new vantage point is reached which surmounts the visual, structural barriers that normally prevent us from seeing the incredible contrasts that exist side by side in our cities – and incredible scenes of inequality
13.30h - 15.00h | Grote Zaal | Talks | Meet some of the top thinkers and doers in the field. There will be four speakers who will give 15 minute talks. Get inspired by the following speakers:
Cities and metabolism | Are you interested in the drastic transformation of cities? Join this inspiring talk in which Tamara Streefland speaks about the topic cities and metabolism. You will explore how Metabolic’s inclusive, bottom-up approach, applied from De Ceuvel in Amsterdam to Charlotte in the United States, can deliver a circular economy that is not only waste-free and regenerative by design, but that addresses inequality and creates jobs.
Hamzat Lawal (Hamzy!) is an activist who has successfully led grassroots campaigns in over 40 African countries with many years of experience in the non-profit sector and specializes in practical issues associated with Climate Change, Open Data, advocacy campaigns and development policies as it affects rural and deprived grassroots communities. He is currently the Chief Executive of Connected Development (CODE). Hamzy! is also the Founder of Follow The Money, a Pan-African grassroots data-driven movement and leads a team of technology & innovation driven campaigners to amplify voices of marginalized communities in promoting accountability as it affects utilization of public funds focusing on specific communities across Africa. Recently he won the ‘mobiliser’ award at the SDG action awards. In his inspiring talk he will elaborate on bringing a human face to illicit financial flow (corruption), effects of climate change in Sub-Sahara Africa, and addresses how we are mobilising for actions while telling compelling stories showing little progress using data and technology tools.
Online open source investigators at Bellingcat have spent the last 5 years investigating a range of cases, from the downing of MH17 in Ukraine with a Russian Buk missile launcher, to the conflict in Yemen. Bellingcat's founder Eliot Higgins takes a look at how the work of Bellingcat and online opensource investigation is now being used for justice and accountability, and what it means for the future of both Bellingcat's work, and future justice and accountability efforts.
Femke Groothuis | Can we turn tax into a force for good? Femke Groothuis is co-founder and president of The Ex’tax Project, a think tank focused on fiscal innovations to boost the SDGs and the circular economy. Ex’tax researches the potential to shift the tax burden from labour (work) towards the use of natural resources (such as water, fossil fuels, and carbon emissions). Between 1999 and 2009 Femke was Investment Manager at Ex’tent Green Venture Capital, a pioneering impact investment fund.