28-29 April 2021
The Centre for Humanitarian Leadership’s 2021 Humanitarian Leadership Conference will interrogate what a genuinely transformed humanitarian system can look like based on economic, environmental and political justice for affected communities. Where the affected communities, local organisations, the business community and their national governments are the ‘humanitarians’.
Two days of panel discussions, workshops and presentations from a powerhouse of humanitarian actors from all corners of the globe will challenge and disrupt traditional perceptions of aid and the real humanitarians.
Sessions from the Trust Alliance members include:
The Trust Alliance – how we’re catalysing new collaborations to build an ethical and useful digital identity ecosystem (7:00 pm AEDT, 29 April 2021)
Our panel of members will share insights as we scale our innovation ecosystem, collaborate across sectors, strive to ensure vulnerable people and communities have voice and agency, and above all, do no harm.
Hosted by Louise Gray, Trust Alliance Chair, COO CARE Australia, expert panelists include Anthea Spinks, Programs Director, Oxfam Australia. Nick Byrne, Director, TypeHuman. Ellie Rennie, Professor and Future Fellow RMIT University.
Humanity first agenda for the digital age (8:30 pm AEDT, 29 April 2021)
Hosted by Ivana Jurko from Humanitech, the expert panelists (Prof Heather Horst, Chief Investigator from the Centre of Excellence for Automated Decision-making and Society, independent researcher Libby Young and Katy Southall, General Manager of the Trust Alliance) will explore the insights from the report, how the new Centre of Excellence is bringing global perspectives on the social implications of automated decision-making, and how the Trust Alliance is putting ‘humanity first’ approaches to data and technology into practice.
Learn more and register here: https://hlc2021.delegateconnect.co/