An enlarged social movement aimed at pushing for law reform to create a legal system and practices that can deliver justice for marginalised communities and that is supportive of ecological preservation while respecting the values of humanity and social-cultural diversity.
- Pushing for the consolidation, capacity development and quantity increase of Community Law Facilitators (PHR) through the empowerment of our strategic partners.
- Conducting policy advocacy, campaigns and various models of legal training to counter the dominant discourse on law reform in the land and natural resources sectors.
- Making HuMa a centre of data, information and knowledge development based on empirical realities.
- Strengthening HuMa’s institution to become an influential, competent and independent organisation to support social movement and law reform.