Support, Resources and Services – International
Namati has created a list of COVID-19 resources that address topics relevant to grassroots justice groups and collects useful resources on protecting vulnerable communities affected by containment measures, adapting to remote work, and more.
The Opportunity Agenda have published a useful resource on 'How To Talk About Covid-19'.This resource guide is especially important in the atmosphere of fear, panic, division and racism that disinformation and media frenzy have produced.
Cooley have launched guidance for businesses on the legal, regulatory and commercial implications of the COVID-19 pandemic. Their case law library gives a comprehensive overview of up to date practices, guidance and pertinent information.
Charity digital have published this incredibly helpful webinar detailing how to produce an effective content strategy framework for your small charity. The webinar covers a range of useful topics including how to build personas online, engage with your audience and identify creative ways to deliver and re-purpose your content.
Work management tool Asana is offering free licenses to charities working to help slow the spread of coronavirus (Covid-19). The offer aims to provide software support to charities to work remotely. Free registration required.
File sharing service Dropbox, is offering out free subscriptions to charities that are working to stop the coronavirus (Covid-19) and supporting victims. It is free to register and Dropbox has pledged to respond in 48 hours.
Law, Technology and Access to Justice has published an article detailing the use and effect of chatbots. The article seeks to answer the question 'How hot are chatbots in serving access to justice' through useful definitions and examples of chatbots from across the sector.
On the 25th of September it will be the 10 year anniversary of the Commission on Legal Empowerment of the Poor (CLEP 10). This provides a great opportunity for members to spotlight access to justice issues.
A recent presentation through the Self-Represented Litigation Network (SRLN) examines how chatbots can be used to guide and direct litigants in person to useful online resources, guides and information.
The Provincial Court of British Columbia, in partnership with Clicklaw, have created (regularly updated) mobile-friendly guides to online legal information resources for self-represented litigants, and others who require assistance when starting out on the path to problem resolution for Provincial Court matters.
Judges in Nova Scotia learn about the challenges faced by the African community in the justice system
“We all carry with us lived experiences that shape who we are and what we believe, and those experiences help guide the decisions we make...it is important that we take time to better understand the world view of those who turn to us for relief, particularly when those individuals come from a background different than our own.”
Click here for a list of international sources for news on access to justice.