We published our first Annual Report, and curated no less than three Applicable Insights, on the topics of Artificial Intelligence, Innovation for Impact and the relational Works of Systems. We hosted three free publicly accessible events in March and April on Experimental Innovation, on Innovation at International NGOs and on Agile work methods. Regarding capacity building and ecosystem learning, we ran the Spring edition of the Innovation Movement Training with participants from UNHCR, UNOG, ILO, ITU, and the WEF. In addition, we began a webinar speakers series on Innovation in International Organizations exclusively for WTO. It's been a busy start of the year, and we're looking forward to many more events and learnings!
On March 3rd we will kick off a new Innovation Movement Training, already the 5th Cohort since its inception in Spring 2020. It is not too late yet to join the upcoming Training! We still have a few places available. It is a great opportunity to amplify your work and share knowledge across organizations and across functions. If you know someone who would like to join, please contact us!! But what is so special about the Innovation Movement Training? This Special Edition Newsletter will give you some background.
This last newsletter of the year brings you updates on two events that we (co-)hosted, looks forward to the launch of a new white paper on Mapping the Humanitarian Transformation on February 1st, and gives you an insight into what innovations inspired Sebastian Buckup, GIM Board member of Head of the Centre for the Fourth Industrial Revolution at the WEF.

March 16, 2022

Event to discuss with a panel of experts on the research paper “Mapping the Humanitarian Transformation: Spotlight on Innovation in International NGOs” (2021 – UNIGE, Center for Innovation & Partnerships and Geneva Innovation Movement), which presents a snapshot of innovation in International NGO’s today. It highlights key opportunities and challenges to fostering further innovation as we move into the post-pandemic world.