Humanitarian Innovation Conference
Read our full conference report
The Humanitarian Innovation Conference took place at Keble College in Oxford on 19th and 20th July 2014. The conference had over 200 participants, with organisations from over 21 countries represented. A key objective of the conference was to provide a platform for discussion and debate by bringing together actors from all sections of the complex humanitarian ecosystem – governments, UN agencies, NGOs, businesses, community-based organizations, universities, and individuals.
Digital Media Presentations
To see digital and PPT presentations from selected panel speakers, go here.
To read a selection of full-length conference papers, go here.
To view photos from the conference, visit our flickr album.
To listen to podcasts from the conference, go here.
You can find other media and video content from the conference available below. More video content of keynotes and plenary session panels will be added within the next several weeks.
Watch the opening video of the conference:
LIVE: #HIP2014 Opening Sessions
Watch the recorded live-streamed video of the opening keynote by Alexander Aleinikoff, UNHCR Deputy High Commissioner, and our speakers from the first plenary panel session of the conference on ‘Humanitarian Innovation and the United Nations‘.
▪ Alexander Aleinikoff, Deputy High Commissioner, UNHCR
▪ Stuart Campo, UNICEF
▪ Sasha Chanoff, RefugePoint
▪ Mariano-Florentino Cuéllar, Stanford University
▪ Julia Stewart-David, European Commission
▪ Olivier Delarue, UNHCR Innovation
▪ Pamela Hartigan, Skoll Centre, University of Oxford
▪ Joanna Macrae, Department for International Development (DFID)
▪ Nuno Nunes, International Organization for Migration (IOM)
▪ Kim Scriven, Humanitarian Innovation Fund (HIF)
▪ Don Weinreich, Ennead Architects