Conversations on human rights and justice have for far too long become academic and theoretical, employing a sophisticated flourish instead of being useful and usable for a citizen and a justice user. These conversations that often address the common legal needs of citizens become inaccessible to those untrained because the form and medium that they utilize is inherently restrictive to those not engaged in the field.
There is a growing need to democratize access to information about ordinary justice problems and facilitate greater participation among different sections of society by advancing innovations and ideas for access to justice.
Justice Adda part of Jusadd Innovation Lab LLP is a social enterprise that helps human rights campaigners, development organizations, justice and other legal institutions to empower people to understand and use the law by providing content, design, and technology solutions. Justice Adda was incubated at the Cambridge Social Ventures programme in the Cambridge Centre for Social Innovation at Cambridge Judge Business School.