Winner Announced: Allens Neota UTS Law Tech Challenge for Social Justice

Winner Announced: Allens Neota UTS Law Tech Challenge for Social Justice
Winner Announced: Allens Neota UTS Law Tech Challenge for Social Justice

Melbourne, Australia—1 August 2017— Neota Logic extends our Congratulations to all teams involved in the Allens Neota UTS Law Tech Challenge for Social Justice which was held Tuesday 1st August in Sydney, Australia.

It was a fantastic evening with all teams presenting wonderfully constructed law apps making the judges’ decision very difficult.

Congratulations to the winning team, Turtles and their client Refugee Advice and Casework Service (RACS) and to Electric Sheep and their client Anti Slavery Australia for winning the People’s Choice Award.

You can view further details of the teams and their apps below:

 

WINNER:

Team name: Turtles

Client: Refugee Advice and Casework Service (RACS)

App: Safe Haven Enterprise Visa Application – this app helps families to make safe haven visa applications by providing information and guidance through the required paperwork. It provides strong visual context cues to help users from CALD backgrounds and includes audio descriptions in different languages (in progress).

 

Winner: People’s Choice Award

Team name: Electric Sheep

Client: Anti Slavery Australia

App: Learning to End Exploitation (LEE) – this app provides information and resources about slavery and human trafficking in Australia. ‘Lee’ is an advisor and resource aiming to assist and inform a range of different kinds of people who might need resources about human trafficking.

 

Team name: MLTEC

Client: Anti Slavery Australia

App: My Blue Sky Navigator – this app aims to educate users about forced marriage in Australia and provides useful resources to those in need. The app emphasizes safety and anonymity and gives users the opportunity to anonymously send their responses to Anti-Slavery Australia to get further advice from a professional.

 

Team name: Social Justice League

Client: Inner City Legal Centre

App: Transgender Young Person App – this app helps transgender minors and their families to navigate the legal processes surrounding relevant medical treatments. It also provides a number of medical resources and begins ICLC’s intake process if the user is eligible for legal assistance.

 

Team name: JPD

Client: The Aurora Project

The Connection Hub – this project comprises two applications; one for employers to give information about job opportunities in the Indigenous sector. The second app is for job seekers to find open jobs and receive a suitability rating for each position. The employer app gathers information about available jobs and sends this data to NDS. The second app retrieves that data, filters for open jobs the user is eligible for and then provides a rating for each position.

 

 

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