Justice Entrepreneurship School

Problem: Justice innovators need a “kickstart” to think about big growth. And they never meet each other.

Solution: The Justice Entrepreneurship School is a crash course in justice entrepreneurship. And it creates a global network of justice innovators.

Partner(s)

Swedish Embassy in Uganda
Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs
City of The Hague

Year

2016 - ongoing

Country

Global (focus Africa + Ukraine, Jordan, Lebanon)

Person in charge

Ellen Tacoma

Justice Innovators need support and advice to grow. HiiL provides this in our Justice Acceleration Programme. But we try to go above and beyond for the most promising startups. We try to give them a “crash course” in what it means to be a justice entrepreneur.

The Justice Entrepreneurship School (JES) kickstarts justice innovation. With courses in business modeling, impact assessment, marketing and more, the JES helps prepare justice innovators for big growth.

It’s so much more than just classes. For many justice innovators, this is their chance to join a global community of big thinkers like them. Connections and networks made at the JES have lasted years and have led to big collaborations.

25

justice innovations have been invited to the first two Justice Entrepreneurship Schools in The Hague

100%

of justice innovators who have attended the JES report that their expectations were met or exceeded