The Institute on Statelessness and Inclusion (ISI) is the first and the only human rights NGO dedicated to promoting the right to a nationality and the rights of stateless people globally.
ISI strives for a working culture that values, encourages, and benefits from the contributions of all, and promotes collective decision making, action, and responsibility. They place an emphasis on working in true partnership, strengthened by mutual learning. ISI places a strong emphasis on independent, rigorous, and strategic analysis of problems and potential solutions. They value continued learning and exploring creative approaches to solutions, including through using technology. ISI strives towards transparency in what they do and how they do it. They have a strong sense of responsibility towards the mission they serve, underlying an open access philosophy to the knowledge and tools that they generate.
The CANCELLED Dialogues, were the third event in series of Empathy & Risk curated conversations.