Things continue to move on the use of GIS and mapping to promote access to justice.
It may be particularly important right now, because GIS helps us understand the context of the challenges faced by different populations in times of quick cultural and economic change, and so may help us avoid being seduced by quick and easy conclusions about underlying dynamics.
Remember that we all already collect huge amounts of data, it just lies unused, dormant, and unanalyzed. These tools let us use them and move them forward.
The video of the recent SLN mapping day is here.
If you are interested in retaining SRLN to help with a mapping project, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.