Growing the next generation of humanitarian leaders. Through mentorships and placements across the world, Fellows work alongside one or more Coalition member organizations, developing subject matter expertise and leadership skills.
With a presence in more than 170 countries, HIlton Prize Coalition members are innovating protocols and models of collaboration to strengthen community resiliency, both in times of disaster and steady state.
Storytelling can be a tool for catalyzing collaboration between organizations as well as a way to share lessons learned. The HPC Storytelling Program aims to amplify the myriad voices in the communities where staff and stakeholders live and work together.
In 2003, the United Nations declared February 6th the International Day of Zero Tolerance for Female Genital Mutilation (FGM). Hilton Prize Laureates Amref Health Africa and Tostan are two best-in-class organizations contributing to the abandonment of FGM and the empowerment of women at the local level.
Through its Collaborative Models Program, the Hilton Prize Coalition is committed to harnessing the power of its structure and the expertise of its members to strengthen organizations and build community resiliency. Catalytic funds allow the Collaborative Models Program to convene organizations around shared topics of interest, prioritizing collaboration as a means to achieve participants’ respective goals.
Barbara Giovanelli recently completed a Hilton Prize Coalition Fellowship with the IRCT – the International Rehabilitation Council for Torture Victims. In this blog post, Barbara reflects upon her research projects aimed at capturing stories of sexual torture victims, working alongside IRCT member organizations.