We are building a new justice ecosystem for cyberspace, a layer of justice on the internet. It will be shaped as a trusted marketplace built on a platform for digital media markets and be used immediately for disenfranchised youth populations.
Together, we can change how justice works for people.
WHAT WE DO
Tech For Justice® is an initiative to accelerate the development of technology applications and processes that improve access to justice in human rights, legal aid, and the environment.
PeaceTones® enables musicians to develop and disseminate their art by bringing crucial legal, technology, and business skills to historically unheard musicians, empowering them as leaders and shapers of positive social change.
Bee1World is an online museum exhibiting works of art, photography and music from young people who are showcasing their cultures and portfolios from Zambia, Jordan, Syria, Senegal and Texas.
The Invisibles Project focused on building standards and governance framework for creation, verification, and use of digital identities for disenfranchised populations
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