Asia

  • Bangladesh: How Measuring Justice Can Help

    Bangladesh: How Measuring Justice Can Help 31 August 2017

    By Dr. Martin Gramatikov, Head of Measuring Justice

    Bangladesh is a small, developing country in South Asia located between India and the Bay of Bengal. It is one of the most densely populated countries in the world. More than 150 million people co-exist in a picturesque piece of land where the Ganges, Brahmaputra and Megha Rivers flow into the Bay of Bengal

  • HiiL Innovating Justice at UAE Innovation Week

    25 November 2015

    We are proud to be a part of the UAE Innovation Week - one of the largest innovative initiatives in the world. From Sunday, 22 November to Saturday, 28 November 2015, over 100 activities in each emirate will take place across the UAE. Each Federal Ministry was invited to organize events and activities to showcase and present future planned innovative projects. Among the attendees is the UAE Minister of Justice and around 150 jurists, judges and lawyers.

  • Nepal: The difference between law and reality

    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.

  • 5th Annual Innovating Justice Forum - Latest updates!

    5th Annual Innovating Justice Forum - Latest updates! 22 October 2014

    Around the world, legal systems, legal professionals and social entrepreneurs are challenged to deliver more justice, to more people, with fewer resources. Innovations arising in the ready-made garment industry are helping global supply chains with the increased pressure to provide stable and fair conditions to workers. We need more innovators who are up to the task and we need to learn how to work with them to strengthen our effectiveness, impact and return on investment.

  • Meet our Finalists: Living Wage Innovation Challenge and Innovating Justice Awards 2014

    Meet our Finalists: Living Wage Innovation Challenge and Innovating Justice Awards 2014 21 October 2014

    Following a tough selection process, the online voting round and wildcard selections: our finalists for the Living Wage Innovation Challenge and the Innovating Justice Awards have been chosen! Allow us to introduce you to the finalists from each of our three categories, the Living Wage Innovation Challenge, Innovative Ideas and Successful Innovations; and give you a snapshot of their innovations.

    Would you like to meet and work with these innovators at the Innovating Justice Forum in the Peace Palace? Contact us!

  • Largest Justice Needs and Satisfaction Survey Ever Conducted in Africa

    Largest Justice Needs and Satisfaction Survey Ever Conducted in Africa 10 October 2014

    Today the Ambassador of The Netherlands, Mr. Maarten Brouwer, and the European Union in Mali, Mr. Bielecki, Chargé d'affaires, presented the Minister of Justice and Human Rights of Mali, Mr. Mohamed Aly Bathily with an overview report of the Justice Needs and Satisfaction survey that HiiL Innovating Justice conducted in Mali earlier this year. Journalists in Mali are invited to come by the Netherlands Embassy in Hippodrome and pick up a free copy of the report.