Application deadline: May 31, 2018:
About the 2018 Call for Applications
HiiL is looking for innovations that help people prevent or resolve their most pressing justice problems. We define pressing justice problems on the basis of research and data that demonstrate the legal needs of people. This means we search for innovations that create rights awareness, provide access to legal services or dispute resolution and improve efficiency and transparency in existing justice policies.
In 2018, on the basis of HiiL’s data, we focus on resolving pressing justice problems in the following 5 areas:
- Family Justice
- Land- and Neighbour Disputes
- Crime and Law Enforcement
- Employment Justice
- Micro, Small and Medium sized Enterprises
We only accept a limited number of applications who addressing other pressing justice problems.
This is a global call, though we encourage applications from Uganda, Kenya, Nigeria, Mali, South Africa, Zimbabwe, Ukraine, Tunisia, Lebanon, Jordan, Morocco, the United Arab Emirates and the Netherlands.
Each year hundreds of justice innovations apply, and between 15-20 will be selected for grant funding, justice expertise and networking, and mentorship.