HiiL 2021 African Justice Innovation SymposiumReimagining Justice Delivery in Africa through Innovation
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What would the world look like if the last four thousand years of legal history didn’t exist? If there were no courts or police forces working to ensure fair and equitable treatment by the law? What would a
justice system designed using today’s tools, for today’s citizens, look like in Africa? How would you provide access to justice for all?
The Hague Institute for Innovation of Law is hosting the first annual HiiL African Justice Innovation Symposium from 15th-19th November 2021 and invites you to join us. Through a hybrid of physical and virtual events, the Symposium will bring together key stakeholders from the worlds of law, activism, technology and business, to discuss the existing innovations in justice delivery and the opportunities and challenges that present themselves in the world today.
The HiiL African Justice Innovation Symposium seeks to build on success in other sectors, such as fintech, healthcare and energy, and challenge the status quo that sees millions across the continent unable to access basic rights and protections enshrined in law, but not truly available on the ground.
Convened by HiiL Innovation Hubs in Nairobi, Tunis, Lagos and Johannesburg, the Summit is exclusively African in nature and will ask important questions about merging global best practice with local needs.
Over the course of four afternoons, starting 15th November, you will be able to take part in workshops, presentations and open discussions, to learn and share practical ways to turn innovative ideas into reality. From mobile technologies to sustainable business models and funding, the symposium is a unique event hosted by entrepreneurs, for entrepreneurs, with the support of the sector at
Join us for this very special event.
To access the Symposium Agenda Sessions and sign up click on the link below