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Humanity in Action announces the launch of its new international website



Humanity in Action is excited to announce the relaunch of The new site, developed in partnership with the experience design agency Bluecadet, dynamically communicates Humanity in Action’s mission and work to its audiences in Bosnia & Herzegovina, Denmark, Germany, the Netherlands, Poland, the United States and around the world.

Established in 1997, Humanity in Action is a transatlantic non-profit organization that supports democracy, pluralism and human rights through unique educational programs for college and university students and recent graduates who display passion, experience and potential in working toward social justice. The heart of the Humanity in Action community is its international Senior Fellow community, which consists of over 2,000 social justice leaders, activists and advocates around the world who have completed a Humanity in Action Fellowship in Europe or the United States. 

This accessible and dynamic site, which shows Humanity in Action’s  impact and tells its story, has been a project close to two years in the making. It has been developed together with a wide range of members from the Humanity in Action community. “While we are proud and excited about a whole new digital identity, the most pivotal goal for this new site is to articulate the unique nature of our international community: it both integrates the national work of six independent Humanity in Action organizations across Europe and in the United States as it communicates our Fellows’ and Senior Fellows’ projects and achievements as well as our community’s vast and deeply relevant knowledge,” said Judith S. Goldstein, Founder and Executive Director of Humanity in Action. “Humanity in Action is local in its activities, it is transatlantic in its collaboration and it is global in its community’s reach.”

Humanity in Action is particularly grateful to the Neil Karbank Family Foundation and the Donner Foundation for their generous support, which has allowed the organization to come to this moment.