Reflecting on past, current and future opportunities and challenges for enabling people-centred justice.
We are proud to support people-centered approaches to justice innovation in Uganda and invite you to join our special event on 5 November 2020.
Uganda is one of the most active countries regarding justice innovation and has a great number of successes worth sharing. These successes will be supported by new data and research on formal and informal justice delivery in Uganda, which will also be presented during this event.
The event will feature research findings from a nation-wide study of problems, resolution and people-centred impacts, as well as findings on the three most pressing problems Land, Crime and Divorce and Separation.
We also proudly launch a new integration of our survey data with administrative and social media sources which offers one of the most uniquely comprehensive understanding of justice from multiple perspectives. Stories from thousands of people map out the complex navigation of how people seek to get justice.
On 5 November 2020, the event on Justice Innovation in Uganda will take place. If you would like to join the event and conversation about what is happening in Uganda to increase access to fair solutions, please register in advance through this link. Joining the online event is free.
Series of webinars:
This event is a kick-off of a series of webinars intended to increase capacity across the country to measure justice, visualise justice data and use it for project proposals and programming. The webinar series aims to support grassroot organisations around the country. More information about these webinars will be shared later at www.hiil.org.