With 10 days left to the June 30th
application deadline, innovators tackling the biggest legal issues in their communities are encouraged to apply for the Innovating Justice
2 million KES (20,000 EUR) in equity-free funding.
The issues include fair employment, law enforcement/crime, land disputes, and others. Each year Innovating Justice selects 10 ideas or startups from around the world to support with funding, business development services, access to an international mentor network, and potential access to future funding.
The criteria for application is available online here.
The Call for Applications
is currently open for both individuals and groups to apply under the following themes:
- Crime and Law Enforcement — innovations improving relations between citizens and police or improving crime reporting
- Family Justice — innovations helping families solve disputes or injustices around, for example, divorce, birth, child rights
- Neighbor Disputes — innovations creating efficient, effective, and fair ways to solve disputes between neighbors
- Employment Justice — innovations addressing employment disputes, business formalization, work conditions or job security
- Migration and Human Trafficking — innovations tackling injustices felt by migrants including rights enforcement, safe travel, and basic security needs
- Land Disputes — innovations solving land disputes over title/ownership or improving protection of property rights