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2010 Asia JusticeMakers Competition

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Criminal Justice Innovation Competitions

JusticeMakers hosts competitions that seek out and fund grassroots initiatives to promote criminal justice and rule of law. These competitions provide defenders, human rights officers, and police officials, among others, the opportunity to detail strategies for the local implementation of legal rights, compete for seed funding from IBJ and other grant-makers, and connect with other JusticeMakers with similar thematic or geographic focus.
2010 Asia JusticeMakers Competition

International Bridges to Justice, in tandem with the Lien Center for Social Innovation, is proud to present the 2010 Asia JusticeMakers Competition. This event, building on a similar global initiative in 2008, will award $5,000 in seed funding to the eight applicants whose projects display the most innovation, efficacy and sustainability. The 2010 JusticeMakers Fellows will also receive additional training at the Singapore Criminal Justice Training Center, as well as being paired with documentary photojournalists to record their efforts.

Eligibility Requirements

The 2010 Asia JusticeMakers Competition welcomes anybody with an idea to improve the criminal justice system in their local community. The year's competition will specifically focus its search within Asian countries.

Register for the 2010 JusticeMakers Fellowship

http://www.justicemakers.net/index.php?option=com_comprofiler&task=registers&lang=en to create your JusticeMakers profile and begin the 2010 Fellowship process. By registering with the competition, your gain access to the 2010 application, helpful tips and guides, and a global network of support through the JusticeMakers community.

2010 JusticeMakers Timeline

The deadline for the Preliminary Application is March 24th, 2010. Click here to view complete the 2010 Competition timeline.

2010 JusticeMakers Judging Criteria

The 2010 Competition will award eight Fellowships to the applicants whose proposals display the most innovation, efficacy and sustainability. Click here to view the complete list of Judging Criteria.

2010 JusticeMakers Judges

The 2010 panel of judges will be comprised of leaders in the fields of law, business, development and academics

Rolling JusticeMakers Fellowship Opportunities

We understand the demand for legal reform is global. While the current competition is focused exclusively to applicants from Asia, we are developing a program to support innovative ideas regardless of their geography. IBJ will be evaluating these projects on a rolling basis. If you have a proposal but are not eligible for the 2010 Competition, please email us at help@justicemakers.net

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