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    Can we make multi-organisation collaboration easy enough that any community, however large or small, can bring together all their stakeholders at grass roots to make things happen, without relying on politics and superheroes?

    Humanner is committed to creating a world where social solutions use technologies meaningfully, are impact driven, sustainable and benefit and belong to those who create them. Focusing on developing and implementing a new methodology for reviewing innovation ecosystems and delivering policy recommendations.


    Humanner Society Ecosystems are dynamic and co-evolving communities of diverse actors who create and capture new value through increasingly sophisticated models of both collaboration and cooperation.

    A celebration of the human spirit & the limitless expression of human creative talents. Sharing the skills, talents & knowledge of people from any countries, diverse cultures or backgrounds - to inspire each other to higher levels of unity consciousness - manifesting a beautiful world & future for all of us.

    How can we work together to create social solutions that use tech openly, meaningfully, in impact-driven ways, and make sure that these are not created for money/exit/acquisition, but belong to those they are meant to serve?

    Come and share your ideas, concerns and best practices, meet like-minded people who can help you and most importantly, let's collaborate!

  2. I'll try to give you a wide picture about Humanner vision.
    Bojan you know quite well the VENUS PROJECT vision about what kind of society morality need for venus kind of life.

    Now imegine a timetravel there and look around
    Than come back and look around in our present Life of our society.
    You can make a long list what we have to change to be ready for Venus

    Humanner is an interface between the present end the future society of Venus
    We need to know what, why, how, when
    This can't do alone the VENUS PROJECT and can't do alone Humanner

    Humanner want to unite the two biggest Volunteer sector

    • Open source software


    • NPO / NGO + individuals

      Because our future written in code

    Humanner not will solving problems directly - like child care.
    But will give everything what helps those who willing to do.

    HUmanner - its help to collaborate for any social projects? - YES - Humanner will be similar like Upwork. Where post problems and find partners to solving.

    But focus specifically on Social issues? NOT JUST but mostly on social impact. Also I can't tell you as there are many kind of community and they will find each other

  3. Empowerment

    Empowerment is the process through which we enable people living in poverty to become rights activists. We do this by supporting them to become more aware and more critical of power relations and by strengthening their own power.

    Humanitarian Needs Assessment

    A detailed needs assessment should be carried out within one month of a disaster. It provides the information needed to design an effective emergency response and to inform longer term recovery and rehabilitation.

    Internal Accountability

    NGOs and other organisations that work on behalf of people living in poverty must embrace and promote accountability. If communities are able to hold such organisations to account they will be empowered to do so with others and to claim their own rights.

    M&E - Measuring Power Shifts

    Unequal power is a structural cause of inequality, injustice and poverty. This toolbox is intended to familiarise practitioners with the concept of power, supporting efforts to measure shifts in power and to understand how and when they occur.

    M&E - Value for Money Analysis

    To assess the cost of achieving something of value, considering the relationship between the results achieved (value) and the resources deployed (money), using evidence and perspectives from community groups and NGO staff, board members and partners.

    Promoting Rights in Schools

    The Promoting Rights in Schools process supports children, parents, teachers and others to work together to identify issues in their local schools and education system and take action to ensure access to quality, free, public education for all.

    Public Service Accountability

    It is important that states are held accountable for the provision of public services. Good gender responsive public services are essential for a dignified life and for the realisation of poor people’s human rights.

    PVA - Vulnerability Analysis

    To support community members to work together to analyse their vulnerabilities and make an action plan.

    Reflection-Action Cycle

    In Reflection-Action we aim to build a cycle of reflection and action. We then encourage reflection on that action, new analysis and new actions. The cycle includes four main stages as outlined in this video:

    Reflection-Action Lenses

    A number of different lenses, or areas of analysis, can be used in combination to deepen understanding of a particular context or issue. One tool may be used to explore more than one area.

    Rooted Campaigning

    Campaigns harness people’s power through organisation, mobilisation and communication around a simple demand, to achieve a political or social change.

    Safe Cities - The Urban Book

    A simple 5-step process that employs participatory approaches to support communities to map areas that are ‘safe’ and ‘unsafe’ for women and to develop community-led action plans to improve safety.

    Tax Power

    Supporting analysis and action on tax injustice

    Village Book

    In the Village Book process people analyse and document their general situation to gain an understanding of the causes of their village’s problems. The process culminates in the creation of a community-designed action plan.

    Women's Access to Markets

    Supporting women's collectives and other producer groups to understand and access markets, create demand for their products and establish a gender sensitive value chain.

    Women's Unpaid Care Work

    Unpaid care work refers to the many services that women provide in their homes and in communities, from preparing food to taking care of children, the ill and the elderly.

    Youth Programming

    To support and strengthen youth engagement in appraisal, strategy development, implementation, monitoring and evaluation of local rights programmes.



    • inspiring innovation and/or creativity
    • providing leadership – especially system-change leadership
    • having to work with others to get something done – particularly where you want to feel good about working together
    • having to work across boundaries (internal or external)
    • undertaking tasks that involve professionals with different perspectives on issues (e.g. groups of policymakers and other practitioners; public sector agencies; groups including business, government and NGOs; health services; scientists and non-scientists; project teams, etc.)
    • having to engage others in what you are doing (i.e. building stake holding) either within or external to your organisation or project
    • those where you and others are uncertain about the nature of the problem and thus what would constitute a solution (i.e. dealing with wicked problems)
    • developing new policies that will affect a wide range of people
    • managing change of some form or another but being able to go beyond first-order change to enacting second-order change (change that changes whole systems)
    • project or programme development and/or delivery
    • participating in or managing multidisciplinary, interdisciplinary or transdisciplinary research
    • interdepartmental working parties, groups, committees
    • managing a staff team
    • policy development or implementation
    • working more effectively with your colleagues and communities in developing your practice
    • governance reform and innovation.