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Kim van Wijk

Kim van Wijk

Kim van Wijk is a communications and innovation broker for INCLUDE knowledge platform and The Broker. Kim is a real connector, has a talent for simplifying and integrating complex problems, and excels in being a connecting team member. She has contributed to a wide range of projects on food security programming, global civil society movements and inclusive policy making. Her creative spirit and open minded attitude takes projects to a level where traditional constructs and borders are overcome. With these skills, she is The Broker's online developer, leading INCLUDE's and The Broker's online presence, branding, communications and virtual meetings. Kim has a degree in interdisciplinary studies and biomedical sciences, but soon found that her strength lies in contributing to work that revolves around people.

The Broker’s contribution to the Agenda Knowledge for Development

The right creation, exchange and application of knowledge is key to sustainable inclusive development.

  • 4 October, 2018

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The Broker presents scoping paper on the humanitarian-development nexus

Food insecurity is a global challenge addressed in many humanitarian aid and development programmes. It is the focus of many interventions by international aid organizations, especially in conflict areas where governments and individuals face a changing environment

New chair and three new board members for The Broker

  • 3 May, 2018

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Our contribution to a renewed Dutch development policy

With a fresh government in place in the Netherlands, the new minister of Foreign Trade and Development Cooperation, Sigrid Kaag, called on the public for input into her new policy through an online consultation. As an active contributor to the current knowledge agenda of Dutch development policy, we took up the opportunity to share our vision for the Dutch Foreign Trade and Development agenda. The Broker’s main message is that the Netherlands should continue valuing knowledge for development, while keeping the focus on subjects that the Netherlands is particularly knowledgeable on.

  • 15 March, 2018

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