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.
On September 24, 2015 Tarik Nesh-Nash represented GovRight and Legislation Lab in the third online global conference on #CrowdLaw. The event was sponsored by GovLab of New York University.read more
This is a follow-up to GovRight’s participation in the Solutions Summit at the United Nations, on September 27. We are very pleased to announce that Tarik’s presentation of Legislation Lab was well-received by all the attendees.read more
On September 27, 2015, Tarik Nesh-Nash will represent GovRight and the innovative Legislation Lab at the inaugural Solutions Summit being held at the United Nations in New York City.read more
Paper prepared by Sanjana Hattotuwa at the invitation of Dr. Asanga Welikala: “Technology in constitutional reform: Central or peripheral to substance and process?”read more
Get involved in the movement to end discrimination against tenants! Help draft the bill to prevent landlords from using information from housing court records.read more
Join La Constitución de Todos to debate the Chilean Constitution!read more