Our experience, as citizens, has been that a divide exists between the public and government built on mutual misunderstanding.
We endeavor to reduce this gap by equipping citizens to be active, informed participants in the legislative process.
Access to Law
The publication of law documents and data in a format that is modern, accessible, and designed to be shared and integrated.
Applying educational methodology and technology to create citizens that better understand the function and effects of the legislation in their country.
Creating opportunities for citizens to voice their knowledge and opinions on the purpose and implementation of legislation.
We are pleased to announce that GovRight has been accepted as a member of FALM - the Free Access to Law Movement. FALM is a voluntary alliance of more than 50 organizations from around the world. FALM members provide and support free access to legal information,...read more
On April 27, 2016, Constitution Lab will hold its first webinar. The event will take place from 3 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. GMT. Constitution Lab is an open, online working group for researching, understanding, and innovating on citizen participation in constitution making....read more
We are very pleased to announce a new publication by GovRight CEO, Tarik Nesh-Nash. Tarik has written a chapter in the newly released book “Social Entrepreneurship and Innovation: International Case Studies and Practice.”read more
On April 7th and 8th, 2016, Tarik Nesh-Nash of GovRight will participate via online in the Deliberative Constitutionalism Conference at McGill University in Montreal, Canada. The conference will feature a number of themed topics including Democratic Legitimacy,...read more
We are very honored and pleased to announce that this month marks the one-year anniversary of when GovRight was officially founded. The past year has been filled with many successes, challenges and learning experiences. Along the way we have built a great global team....read more
On December 16, 2015 ICT4Dev, in partnership with GovRight, launched a new website Participation.ma to address changes to the Moroccan Penal Code. The website is using the latest participatory platform created by GovRight called Revision Tracker. Participation.ma is...read more