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Innovating New Solutions to Justice in Buenos Aires

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What can we do if citizens do not trust the justice system? How can different sectors work together to create a more transparent and accountable judicial branch?

In Buenos Aires, Argentina, the Council of Magistrates launched the Open Justice and Innovation Lab. In partnership with civil society organizations, the Lab was created to foster exchange and collaboration towards designing solutions in the judicial system.

Guest: Mariano Heller, Secretary of Planning of the Council of the Magistracy of the City of Buenos Aires

Co-Host: Maria Baron, Executive Director of Directorio Legislativo

Host: Stephanie Bluma, Chief Communications and Campaigns Officer, OGP

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