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Resource Center

The Hilton Prize Coalition seeks to share the collective expertise of its members, each of whom is a best-in-class organization that has been recognized for its profound achievements and leadership in the global humanitarian community. In this section, you will find links to resources on a variety of topics relevant to humanitarian work, with special emphasis on the specializations of Laureate organizations. Best practices and other curated content will be offered under the thematic categories below.

Professional Development

Leading Thoughts Video Storytelling Series

This series of short videos features leaders from Laureate organizations reflecting on lessons they’ve learned, both in their current roles and from their experiences in the field.

    • "Cultures of Care" Shaun O'Leary and Heather Richardson, St. Christopher's Hospice

Facing the Refugee Crisis

On Collaboration

The Humanitarian Continuum

Operational Strategy

Disaster Relief and Resiliency

Health, Wellness and Quality of Life

  • STANDARDS: "Humanitarian Inclusion Standards for Older People and People with Disabilities"consist of nine key inclusion standards and seven sector-specific standards, designed to work in conjunction with the Sphere Humanitarian Standards and the Core Humanitarian Standard for Quality of Life. The Standards were developed by the Age and Disability Capacity Program and funded by the Office of Foreign Disaster Assistance (USAID), and launched at an event cohosted by Coalition members HelpAge International and Humanities & Inclusion.
  • GUIDELINES: "Longer, Healthier Lives" is a series of guidelines and best practices produced under a partnership between Fountain House and the World Health Organization (WHO) to extend and improve the quality of life for people living with mental illness. Resources include articles, reports and upcoming events.

We will be updating this page regularly. Hilton Prize Coalition members and friends are invited to provide content; please email prizecoalition@charity.org

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