Accolades/endorsements: the Office for Democratic Institutions and Human Rights (ODIHR) of the Organisation for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE), Norwegian Centre for Human Rights, Lawyers Without Borders, International Bridges to Justice (award winner), the Hague Institute for the Internationalisation of the Law (semi-finalist); Echoing Green (semi-finalist); Center for International Legal Cooperation; Ashoka (semi-finalist); Amnesty International; Transparency International; etc.
OpenTrial's Lexposé™ project (see website top menu) complies with the recommendations of Transparency International and endorsed by Dr. Edgardo Buscaglia, Director, International Law and Economic Development Center and Senior Law and Economics Scholar at Columbia University, Professor Roy A. Schotland of the Georgetown Law Center, Washington D.C., Professor Dennis Töllborg, professor in legal science at Gothenburg Research Institute (GRI), University of Gothenburg, etc.
Furthermore, the distinguished South African former senior judge and current Co- Chair of the International Bar Association's Rule of Law Action Group, Richard Goldstone, says of the OpenTrial™ Lexposé™ project that, with the support and cooperation of both the judiciary and government in question, "the project obviously has great potential for advancing the rule of law."
Knut D. Asplund, Programme Director of the Indonesia Programme for the Norwegian Centre for Human Rights (NCHR) sees Open Trial's Open Justice-Indonesia project as “a great idea - very timely,” and he thinks funding sources, “would like the concept of 'new technologies' linked to democratisation and rule of law.”
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