Today we are excited to share with you the new website for The Justice Programme www.thejusticeprogramme.org.

A few months ago we made the decision to build a dedicated website for the project because the range of activities and services has grown.

We want our partners to easily find out what we are doing, and how they can help.

    This new website is critical for the success of The Justice Programme as we work to ensure that Public Impact Algorithms do no harm” said Meg Foulkes, Director of The Justice Programme. “There will be many opportunities to participate in the project in the coming months – so I encourage everyone to check out the website to find out more”.

The site has lots of new information about The Justice Programme, including information about what we do and our governance, history and team. You can find out who we work with and see all the mentions of The Justice Programme in the press.

We also provide some more updated information on Public Impact Algorithms, and details about our Strategic Litigation work with the Digital Freedom Fund, where we are using the law to challenge unfair algorithms.

The design for the website is inspired by the branding of the Open Knowledge Foundation, who have provided invaluable support for the project since the very beginning. The Justice Programme remains a project of the Open Knowledge Foundation.

Please check out our new website at www.thejusticeprogramme.org. If you have any comments or questions – please get in touch at justice@okfn.org

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