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The winning teams of the Innovation Program and the DHRLab CoP Leads came together to explore synergies between their creative ideas and the CoPs agendas to enhance human rights in the digital age during a CoP Lunch.
Unlike other CoP Lunches in 2020, this year the Lunches with Project Leads are to become a lot more engaging with a key aim of improving synergy within and outside of the CoPs. Hence, the Project Leads were accompanied by the ten teams who entered the Design Sprint of the Innovation Program on 26th of February to explore the digital solutions as proposed in the Innovation Program.
On the agenda was a key milestone sharing for 2021 by Charity as well as knowledge exchange instruments by Daniel before the CoP Leads presented their plans for the year.
In the following breakout sessions the innovation program participants liaised with CoP leads and discussed potential collaboration.
Subsequently Douglas Mawadri from AHAR and Ayesiga Herbert shared their knowledge with the participants. What drives them to work with the Digital Human Rights Lab?
Watch our video to find out what the two of them reported about their work experiences with the DHRLab.