logo blue REFuture of Humanitarian Financing will attempt to stimulate adaptive change in financing humanitarian action by harnessing creative thinking, new models and approaches emerging within and beyond the sector.

The London Dialogue Events will bring together experts and innovators from diverse backgrounds including financial services, public sector management, marketing, science, information and communication technology in a series of dialogues designed to investigate new and  emerging approaches to humanitarian financing.

The first London Dialogue event will be hosted at Kings College London, also home of the Humanitarian Futures Programme:

Date: 29th October 2014

Time: 8am – 11am

Location: Kings College London, Strand Campus, Strand, London, WC2R 2LS

The second dialogue event will be hosted by CAFOD in November:

Date: 3rd November 2014

Time: 8:30am – 11:30am

Location: CAFOD, Romero House, 55 Westminster Bridge Road, London, SE1 7JB

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Summary of the emerging themes from both London dialogue events
Summary of the emerging themes from both London dialogue events

The Dialogues are designed to bring people and ideas together to inspire creative thinking, spark new connections and impel a more radical reform agenda and approach to financing humanitarian action. During the London dialogue events, participants from NGOs, UN agencies, Social Enterprises, Insurance Companies and Academia came together to discuss models of financing emerging within, on the margins and beyond the humanitarian sector.

The outcomes of these two dialogue events are available here. We invite all participants to help shape the evolution of the Future Humanitarian Financing Initiative by following the feedback button below.

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