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.
Through mentorships and placements across the world, Hilton Prize Coalition Fellows work alongside one or more Coalition member organizations, developing subject matter expertise and leadership skills.
Storytelling can catalyze collaborations and share lessons learned. The Hilton Prize Coalition Storytelling Program aims to amplify the myriad voices in the communities where staff and stakeholders live and work together.
The Hilton Prize Coalition Fellows Program was represented by a diverse cohort in its second year, with eight nationalities represented and placements in 16 cities around the world. Fellows developed expertise in topics that spanned the international development and humanitarian sectors.
In this post, 2017 Hilton Prize Coalition Fellow Chloe Baury reflects on how she was able to put her education and experience into practice working for the protection of children’s rights through her placement with ECPAT International in Bangkok, Thailand.
The Hilton Prize Coalition's "Trauma Informed Care Models" project, conducted by Casa Alianza/Covenant House and the IRCT through the Coalition's Collaborative Models Program, is the topic of this article, which originally appeared on the Philanthropy Journal.