Webinar: Six questions to ask when using tech to improve access to justice (20 June 2018)


(Ashley van Waes) #1

Join this webinar to learn about how technology is being used to support legal empowerment, and key questions to ask when deciding how to use it in your own work.

  • What should you think about when starting a project?
  • How can you check whether people really want what you’re creating?
  • What can help make tech projects more sustainable?

This webinar will cover all this, with plenty of time for questions and discussion.

Date : June 20th, 2018

Time: [GMT -04:00] (9 am Washington DC; 1 pm Freetown; 3 pm Amsterdam; 4 pm Nairobi; 630 pm Delhi; 8 pm Bangkok)

Forum: Online webinar - details sent upon registration

Registration: sign up for free here

Can’t wait until the webinar? Try out Alidade, an interactive tool built by The Engine Room based on research with partners in Kenya and South Africa, which asks you questions designed to help you make better technology choices: https://alidade.tech/. If using it brings up questions, we’re here to discuss them!


Tom Walker @tomwalker
The Engine Room

What do you want to learn from this webinar? Answer in a comment below!

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(Tobias Eigen) #2

3 posts were split to a new topic: GoToWebinar issue - registration form excludes many countries including Tanzania

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(Tobias Eigen) #8

Wow, this is a popular webinar topic! So far more than 100 registrations. I’m really looking forward to the webinar with The Engine Room, to learn about their nifty Alidade tech decision-making support tool and to discuss the challenges and opportunities when implementing technology in support of legal empowerment work. It’s going to be great!

If you tried Alidade already feel free to add your reactions and questions about it here, to get the conversation going.

(Gaspar Tizio) #9

How can new technologies be used in order to strengthen and promote knowledge about rights in vulnerable populations?

(Grace Hwa) #10

I’d like to see the different ways that grass roots orgs and NGOs are using tech to proliferate legal information

(Zwannah Massallay) #11

Grassroots, local and international Laws. And also process to extradite an individual based on international Laws best practices

(Andrew Exavery) #12

power of justice through technology

(Muniratu Abdullai) #13

How to make meaningful and beneficial use of technology that that help human beings to work more faster and safe time

(Julien Moriceau) #14

empirical experiences / case studies of using technologies in A2J initiatives (showing added value, limits, shortage)

(Aggrey Aluso) #15

Innovative ways of using technological to promote access to justice in resource constrained settings

(Nia Salas) #16

Successful and measurable results in empowerment

(Godo Ernest Kolubah) #17

how to use technology as a tool to improve access to justice and evaluate access to justice projects

(Sarah McCoubrey) #18

Strategies to test (& fail) without jeopardizing people who are already vulnerable; Feedback mechanisms on critical legal issues

(Jeanne Ortiz) #19

Outreach on technology programs. How do we get people to use them?

(Domenico Battaglia) #20

To update my self with info tech for law based work

(Sandisiwe Elaine Usumani) #21

Various ways of how to help solve the issue of no access to technology to them that need it the most.

(Silas Nyagala) #22

How technology it can help us to reach more people

(NABE Kanfiegue) #23

Identify how ICT, not limited to mobile phone technology – have been used to improve access to justice in developing countries?

(Jonathan Kaufman) #24

How to choose appropriate technology for community based work

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