Open Law Africa 2019 – Ghana: Free Access to Law for the Africa We Want

Theme: Free Access to Law for the Africa We Want When: 11 -12 November 2019 Where: Accra, Ghana Organizer: AfricanLII and the Indigo Trust, in collaboration with local partner GhaLII Executive summary The demand for free legal information in Africa is growing rapidly. So, too, are the opportunities to use modern technology to reach a […]

Report on the Open Law – Africa 2018 Workshop, Johannesburg

The 2018 Open Law workshop was held at the Crowne Plaza – The Rosebank, Johannesburg from 21 to 23 February 2018.  This report was prepared by Mariya Badeva-Bright, AfricanLII Programme Director  INTRODUCTION The purpose of the three-day Open Law Africa 2018 workshop was to gather experts and participants from East, West and Southern Africa, and the […]

Open Law Africa Workshop 2016, Southern Africa, Johannesburg

OUTCOME STATEMENT OPEN LAW–AFRICA WORKSHOP, SOUTHERN AFRICA  JOHANNESBURG, SOUTH AFRICA NOVEMBER 7 – 8,  2016 A regional workshop on access to legal information in Southern Africa, organized by the African Legal Information Institute (AfricanLII) and the Southern Africa Legal Information Institute (SAFLII), held in Johannesburg, South Africa, from November 7 – 8 2016. In attendance […]

Open Law East Africa – Report and Outcome Statement, 2016

Introduction On October 12-13, 2015, Legal Information Institutes (LIIs) in East Africa gathered to deliberate on Partnering to Sustain Free Digital Access to Law in East Africa. East African LIIs in attendance include the Uganda Legal Information Institute (ULII), the Seychelles Legal Information Institute (SeyLII), Abyssinia Law, and Kenya Law. Also in attendance were delegates […]

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