African startups with Innovations that focus on preventing and resolving justice problems are invited to apply for the HiiL’s Innovating Justice Challenge 2020
These are innovations that have the potential to become financially sustainable, and have the plans and ambition to scale across different markets.
The Hague Institute for Innovation of Law Justice Accelerator offers startups a four-month programme that provides €10,000 non-equity funding, business development support (which includes training, coaching and mentorship), access to a global network, international exposure, and connections for further investment opportunities.
Interested startups need to:
- have products or services that prevent or resolve justice problems (e.g. help people to get access to legal services, work on removing barriers for people to access financial services, or get a registered identity, preventing (digital) fraud, tracking crime, etc.).
- have already shown serious traction and measurable impact.
- have a strong business model with the potential to become financially sustainable.
- have the ambition and plan to scale across different markets.
- have led by a strong team of the experienced and inspiring founder(s).
To submit an application, entrepreneurs should visit Hiil.org before 5th August 2020.
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