A society free from discrimination where access to justice and the rule of law are ensured.
Ensuring non-discriminatory access to justice for all with an emphasis on the disadvantaged and marginalized, whilst also increasing responsiveness of state and non-state mechanisms.
- To administer a trust fund for establishing and maintaining legal aid and service units supported by grants from the Trust
- To establish legal aid as well as assistance and human rights protection units in bar associations and in different localities of the country, including rural areas
- To provide free legal aid and to undertake public interest litigation and advocacy activities to ensure that opportunities for securing justice are not denied to any person for any reason
- To conduct special training programmes through which relevant skills and expertise can be imparted to lawyers, activists and others
- To coordinate the activities of units with other organisations, including NGOs working in related fields
- To publish original research articles and reports about matters useful to lawyers
- To promote improved legal education, including awareness of responsibility for providing legal aid to disadvantaged persons, and to promote, establish and maintain national institutions for legal education
- To organise seminars, symposia and extension lectures on various law subjects for advocates, teachers, law students, and to promote participation in international conferences, workshops, and training and educational programmes