About Justice Hub
Open data will enable everyone to see and solve justice problems using data.
JusticeHub empowers communities for data-driven justice by making legal and justice data open, accessible and actionable.
By becoming a shared and open resource for discovering and publishing justice data and related information, JusticeHub aims to increase the access to and interoperability of data. JusticeHub aims to advance the open data movement in India by investing in and increasing the capacity of a wide range of actors to use and work with open data to serve justice.
Justice Hub was born out of the Agami Data for Justice Challenge in June 2019. The Challenge sought to curate a collaborative entrepreneurial effort that increases and evolves the use of data. Inputs from a wide range of changemakers, led us to see the opportunity to collaborate on each other’s datasets.
The Challenge invited applicants to create a data hub and create new datasets, and after a rigorous selection process CivicDataLab was selected as the winner to create the Justice Hub.
Bishaka Datta - Point of View
Donald Lobo - Chintu Gudiya Foundation | Tech4Dev
Madan Lokur - Former Judge, Supreme Court of India and Judge, Supreme Court of Fiji
Rahul Matthan - Partner, Trilegal
Samar Halarnkar - Founder, Article 14