17 December 2014
The 2014 Innovating Justice Forum
set outto map opportunities, connect new partners strengthen innovations and learn from innovators.
15 December 2014
By law, all people of Nepal are equal. In 1963, the caste system was declared obsolete and was abolished. The reality, however, is somewhat different. Inequalities, social practices and sheer poverty reinforce the rigid caste system which assigns the people to categories by the virtue of birth, and largely predefines their development and possibilities.
11 December 2014
Roger Smith published a new report in which he provides an initial review of the Rechtwijzer 2.0 application that we developed for the Dutch Legal Aid Board, and currently configuring for the Legal Services Society in British Columbia. It is encouraging to have such a distinguished access to justice researcher qualify it as “the cutting edge in delivery of legal services on the internet”.
01 December 2014
There is a great saying attributed to Lao Tzu: “A leader is best when people barely know he exists, when his work is done, his aim fulfilled, and they say we did it ourselves.”
This sentence embodies leadership in the justice sector really well.
27 November 2014
HiiL Innovating Justice and the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs are pleased to announce the public launch of the Justice Leadership Foundation on Friday 28 November at Johan de
Witthuisin The Hague, Netherlands.
27 November 2014
Around the world, legal systems and legal professionals, as well as social entrepreneurs are challenged with delivering more justice, to more people but with fewer resources. Innovations in the ready-made garment industry are helping global supply chains with the growing pressure of providing stable and fair conditions to its workers. We need more innovators who are up to the task. Governments, corporations and NGOs also need to learn how to work with them to strengthen their effectiveness, impact and return on investment.