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SurveyCTO Webinar Series: How HiiL uses data innovation to spark change in the justice system

Compared to sectors like education, healthcare, or infrastructure, the field of law and justice has historically had much less of a data-driven decision-making culture. But that’s starting to change, and The Hague Institute for Innovation of Law (HiiL), a social enterprise devoted to user-friendly justice, is one of the leaders. In this webinar, Dr. Gramatikov, the Director of Measuring Justice at HiiL, shares how HiiL measures justice globally and how this kind of data is driving change in countries like Uganda. HiiL is dedicated to user-friendly justice, which means justice is easy to access, easy to understand, and effective. They also seek to measure how legal problems are being resolved on an everyday basis. 

Resources related to this webinar:

  1. Webinar presentation deck
  2. Justice Innovation in Uganda
  3. Justice Needs and Satisfaction in the US, 2021
  4. Justice Needs and Satisfaction in Ethiopia, 2020
  5. Justice Needs and Satisfaction in Nigeria, 2018
  6. Delivering People-Centered Justice, Rigorously (HiiL policy brief)

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Lindo Simelane

Digital Analytics Associate

Lindo is a part of the marketing team at Dobility, the company that powers SurveyCTO. He is responsible for all aspects of data management and analytics for SurveyCTO’s website, social media, and other marketing efforts.

Lindo has a passion for research to inform policy in international development and economics. He has extensive experience in the ICT4D space that includes research work, and a background in international business and finance.