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17 MENA Startups to compete at 'Tech the Gap'

The Justice-tech forum features a Demo Day with pitches from Tunisia, Lebanon, Egypt, Palestine, Nigeria, and Kenya.

By Inc.Arabia Staff
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The Hague Institute for Innovation of Law (HiiL) will host a justice-tech forum under the theme “Tech the Justice Gap,”[1] at Palais des Congrès in Tunis on November 29th, according to a press release.[2]

A Demo Day at the forum will feature pitches from seventeen startups from Nigeria, Kenya, Egypt, Palestine, Lebanon, and Tunisia.

These startups, which are a part of HiiL's 2023 Justice Accelerator program, are up for the €20,000, €15,000, and €5,000 Innovating Justice Award. A distinguished jury from the MENA region, West Africa, and East Africa will select the winners.

More than 200 people are anticipated to attend the event at the Palais des Congrès in Tunis, and it will be broadcast live online to a global audience, interested in the potential of justice-tech innovation.

HiiL, founded in 2005, has offices in Nairobi, Lagos, and Tunis.

HiiL's Justice Accelerator program gives training and seed money to a group of startups every year that are committed to solving pressing justice issues via innovative tech solutions. 

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