Agami is a movement to create radically better systems of law and justice by unleashing the power of millions of changemakers.
This movement is powered by Agami Network, a community of business and social sector leaders, high-potential innovators, and influencers, and by the Agami organization, a team comprising proven entrepreneurs and social sector leaders.
Through the Agami Prize, Agami Challenges, and other initiatives, Agami is triggering a culture of change-making, supporting changemakers from across sectors and framing opportunities for action that can shape a future in which citizens thrive.
About the Agami Summit
Inspired by the response in 2018, Agami is back with this years’ edition of the Agami Summit, this time in Bangalore on29th & 30th November 2019.
The Agami Summit is the premier gathering of changemakers in law and justice. Changemakers from business, society and government come together in one place to share stories, ideas, and energy. At the Summit, we will touch, feel and shape the future of systems of law and justice.
This year, the Summit will be bigger and bolder than before. 300+ entrepreneurs and changemakers will engage around the biggest innovation opportunities in law and justice at the beautiful Bangalore International Centre on November 29 & 30.
There will be innovator showcases, dedicated tracks on themes such as dispute resolution, data-driven solutions and other fast-moving areas in law and justice, and plenty of opportunities to feel, imagine and create together. A lot of the experience this year will be co-designed with the most pioneering innovators in our network.
There will also be not-to-be-missed talks by people whose values, mindsets and work are critical to learn from.
Finally, this community of innovative like-minded peers will be nourished by great food, live music and creative play spanning the two days. The Summit promises to provide peak inspiration for all of us to celebrate 2019 and make 2020 a year of transformative change.
How to apply?
Apply here to get a 100% student discount on your all-access pass to the Summit!
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