Are you a working on an innovative solution that will improve access to justice for millions of people in Southern Africa?
The Hague Institute for Innovation of Law (HiiL) is looking for entrepreneurs and innovators to join its Innovating Justice Challenge 2019.
Qualifying innovators stand a unique opportunity to receive specialised business development training, exposure at a global level, mentorship and up to R[masked] in debt and equity-free grant money from one of the world’s leading proponents of justice innovations.
Join us on 3 June for the South African launch of the world’s top justice accelerator programme. We'll be discussing the pressing need for innovation in the justice sector and the opportunities for entrepreneurs, and answering questions about how we can help you to take your innovation to the next level, and help meet the justice needs of millions of citizens.
We're delighted to be joined at the launch by some very special guest speakers.
Grace Gichanga is the founder of startup Masenze, one of our finalists from last year.
Darryl Bernstein and Ashlin Perumall, from Baker McKenzie. Darryl is a partner at Baker McKenzie, responsible for the Dispute Resolution and TMT practice groups. Ashlin is a senior associate who specialises in innovation and the law.
Khulekile Msimanga and Wenzile Madonsela Msimanga. The founders of Unafundo work with entrepreneurs and social entrepreneurs from a wide variety of backgrounds, and understand the importance of sustainability in economic empowerment and access to justice.