WiT Programme Panel Discussion: Humanitarian approach in the changing world

Join us for an engaging panel discussion where we will explore the evolving landscape of humanitarian efforts with the challenges and opportunities it presents. Our panelists will address key questions shaping the future of the field in an insightful and thought-provoking discussion, offering a glimpse into the future of humanitarian work and the collaborative strategies necessary for positive change.
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WiT Programme panel members

WiT Programme

Aalto WiT Programme is a 5-month transdisciplinary professional diploma programme under the Aalto University World in Transition Research LAB (WiTLAB). The programme focuses on the resilience of human settlements in low & middle-income countries.

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RLabs Tanzania

As a part of the global RLabs movement, RLabs Tanzania tackles poverty and enables people to become their best selves by unlocking a mindset of possibility. RLabs work with challenging the development sector to empower people to transform their own lives, rather than trying to do it for them.

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Finn Church Aid

Finn Church Aid is Finland’s largest international aid organization. They believe in everyone’s right to peace, quality education and sustainable livelihoods, and work with the most vulnerable people, regardless of their religious beliefs, ethnic background or political convictions.

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