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. “Many public decisions are made based on practice, habits, or even just a hunch,” says Dr. Martin Gramatikov, Director, Measuring Justice at HiiL.
That’s starting to change though, and The Hague Institute for Innovation of Law (HiiL), a social enterprise devoted to user-friendly justice, is one of the leaders. On February 2, 2022, we’ll host a webinar with Dr. Gramatikov to learn how HiiL used SurveyCTO in a multi-wave survey via social media in Uganda in 2021. We’ll cover how HiiL measures justice globally and how this kind of data is driving change in Uganda.
In this webinar, you’ll learn:
How HiiL migrated from paper-based to online surveys
What tools helped HiiL carry out multi-wave surveys
How dashboards and reports help the team communicate their findings to stakeholders and instigate change
How they’re using that data to drive policy reform in the justice field
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. You can learn more about their work here: https://www.hiil.org/
We hope you’ll join us!