Here follows a number of presentations which help to explain some key concepts in GJG's work. Below the filmed presentations, you will find some downloadable powerpoint presentations as well. 

  • Clifford Msiska, National Director of the Paralegal Advisory Service Institute in Malawi, discusses early access to legal services in the criminal justice system, and how this can be achieved. From the International Conference on Access to Legal Aid in Criminal Justice Systems, Johannesburg, South Africa, June 24-26, 2014


  • Eric Cadora, Director of the Justice Mapping Centre in New York, explains the concept of 'Ecology of Justice' and how open data can help improve democratic governance. From Citris, University of California, Berkeley, September 12, 2013


  • Dirk van Zyl Smit, Professor of Comparative and International Penal Law at the University of Nottingham speaks on life imprisonment around the world - its consequences, policy implications, and emerging jurisprudence. From the 2012 -- 2013 Hoffinger Criminal Justice Forum at New York University.


  • The Justice Audit - presenting an innovative approach to opening up the data in the Justice Sector, by Promita Sengupta Head of Programme, Rule of Law, GIZ Bangladesh. Download it by clicking here.