AidEx Brussels 2019
EISF is running two one-day workshops at this year’s AidEx Brussels, in collaboration with Insecurity Insight. To find out more about the workshops, click here.
Now in its 9th year, AidEx is established as the leading platform for the international aid and development community to come together and improve the efficiency of aid.
AidEx is a two day event, which encompasses a conference, exhibition, meeting areas, awards, and workshops. Its fundamental aim is to engage the sector at every level and provide a forum for aid & development professionals to meet, source, supply and learn. AidEx was created to help the international aid and development community engage the private sector in a neutral setting, drive innovation and support the ever-growing need for emergency aid and development programmes.
AidEx is a unique, world-renowned event that works hard to genuinely improve the situation on the ground. Our aim is to bring the international aid community to Brussels. From major NGOs and global policymakers through to innovative suppliers of specialist products, AidEx facilitates relationships that would be otherwise unachievable.
The two-day programme of events has been specially designed with networking in mind. The drinks reception, exhibition tours and other organised activities encourage our audience to build long-lasting relationships that will enrich their future in the sector.
Each year the AidEx Steering Committee discuss a topic that the event should focus on to make sure it remains current and delivers what our visitors and suppliers need. Our past conference themes have included Localisation, Sustainable Development, Innovation and Collaboration. The 2018 theme was ‘Revolution in the digital age: safeguarding a future for all. How can technology contribute to a positive social impact?’
The 2019 conference theme will tackle: The importance of inclusiveness to global progress – is the aid and development sector doing enough?
Place de Belgique 1,
Wednesday 13 November 2019: 09:30 – 17:30
Thursday 14 November 2019: 09:30 – 17:00