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 CEO, Tarik Nesh-Nash, participated in the Law via Internet (LvI) Conference held in Sydney, Australia from November 9-11. The Conference was held at the Law School Building, UNSW Australia (the University of New South Wales),...read more
We are pleased to announce that Tarik Nesh-Nash, CEO of GovRight, will be attending the ICTs and Constitution Building Tech Fair to be held at the National Constitutional Center in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania on November 16, 2015. The conference is being hosted by...read more
We are very pleased to announce that Govright CEO, Tarik Nesh-Nash, has been invited to participate in the ninth annual Harvard Arab Weekend (HAW). The event will take place from November 5th through the 8th on the beautiful Harvard campus. This prestigious gathering...read more
On October 28th, Legislation Lab’s Latin America& CaribbeanPrinciple 10 (LAC P10) was featured during the Second Meeting of the Negotiating Committee of the Regional Agreement onPrinciple 10 of the Rio Declaration onEnvironment and Development in Panama City....read more
On Thursday October 29, 2015, GovRight CEO, Tarik Nesh-Nash, presented Citizen Participation in Legislative Crowdsourcing Processes at RMIT University in Melbourne, Australia.read more
GovRight participates in Citizen Participation, Technology and New Constitution forum in Santiago, Chile
On September 30, 2015, Diego Portales University in Santiago, Chile hosted its second mesa (political forum) on Citizen Participation, Technology and New Constitution.read more