Conversations on human rights and justice have for far too long become academic and theoretical, employing sophisticated language and techniques instead of being useful and usable for a citizen and a justice user. These conversations become inaccessible for a majority of people because the form and medium that they utilise does not respond to the common legal needs of people.
There is a growing need to democratise access to information about ordinary justice problems and facilitate greater participation among different sections of society in advancing innovations and ideas for access to justice.
At Justice Adda we seek to understand, prototype and build solutions that contribute to making the justice system work for everyone.
Do you want to build tools and strategies for legal empowerment ?
Do you require a new strategy to increase the impact of your advocacy campaign ?
Do you want to explain legal procedures in an understandable manner ?
Do you require research to design a more equitable justice system?
SIDDHARTH PETER DE SOUZA
Siddharth studied law at Humboldt University, Berlin, and the universities of Cambridge and Delhi. He is a postdoctoral researcher at Tilburg University. His interests lie at the intersection of access to justice, data justice and legal design.
Siddhi is a visual communication designer interested in education. She recently graduated from the Royal College of Art, London.
Aparna Mehrotra is a graduate
in political science and law
from University of Delhi.
She is currently working as a
Judicial Law Clerk at the
Supreme Court of India.
Conor is a policy and public affairs professional, currently a Fellow at the Wilson Center in Washington DC. He was previously a Schwarzman Scholar at Tsinghua University in Beijing and worked for several years in EU affairs in Brussels. He is a graduate of the University of Cambridge and Trinity College Dublin.
Public Policy and International Affairs Lead
NAOMI T. JOSE
Naomi T. Jose is a second year PhD scholar at the Centre of English Studies, JNU. Her area of research explores the evolution of English literary studies in India.
Operations and Editorial Lead
Varsha is a legal practioner with significant corporate work experience. She graduated from NALSAR University of Law, Hyderabad and has since worked in leading law firms in India and in an international law firm in the UK. She is qualified to practice English and Indian laws. She holds a master’s degree in corporate law from the University of Cambridge.
Business and Legal Regulation Lead
Senior Consultant, Design
Teresa is a visual communications designer from National Institute of Fashion Technology, Kangra, India. Her interests and projects include illustrating for social causes especially related to children’s rights.
Nithya is a foreign policy analyst with an interest in how climate change affects all domains of policymaking. She was previously a policy consultant with the Indian External Affairs Ministry and has worked in advisory in both the UAE and France. She is a graduate of Sciences Po Paris and St Stephen’s Delhi.
Senior Consultant, Climate and International Affairs
Eklavya studied law at Georgetown University and the University of Delhi. He has experience working as a litigator and researcher on issues at the intersection of Constitutional and Human Rights. He wants to explore rights based solutions to climate justice and health.
Climate and Health
Saumya is a public policy research and advocacy professional, who has worked on Parliament and legislation for several years. She holds a Masters in Public Policy from the University of Oxford.
Sharada Kerkar is a development sector practitioner, and illustrator. She graduated in Public Policy and Human Development from UNU-MERIT and Maastricht University.
Policy and Design
Justice Adda part of Jusadd Innovation Lab LLP is a social enterprise that helps human rights campaigners, development organisations, 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.
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