The future is now: branding helps DCHI to facilitate co-creation

How can we use digitization to create a positive impact in the humanitarian context? That was the main question at the interactive event organized by the Dutch Coalition for Humanitarian Innovation (DCHI) during ImpactFest in The Hague on 5 November 2019.

Silo developed an activating branding toolkit which helps the organization to position itself in an innovative way. By directly involving the members of the coalition – governments, knowledge institutions, academia, enterprises, and humanitarian organizations – in the identity, the mission and working method of DCHI is communicated powerfully and effectively.

After a keynote by Yuri van Geest on the convergence of innovations in ICT, biotech, nanotechnology, artificial intelligence and new energy, the participants engaged in a co-creation workshop to investigate how different technological innovations can be used in practice for urgent humanitarian issues. The outcome of the workshop is a concrete basis for new forms of cooperation and DCHI’s development programs.

Photo: Gerrit de Heus/ImpactCity Den Haag

DCHI developed the event program and the content of the co-creation session in cooperation with the social service design agency Afdeling Buitengewone Zaken.

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