The LRC’s land lawyers work in far-flung rural areas on behalf of poor and marginalised communities.
The goal of the LRC’s housing& planning work is to contribute to socio-economic development and justice for all.
The LRC believes that children are the foundation on which South Africa must build itself.
Asylum seekers in South Africa face many obstacles and are a vulnerable group in our society.
The Constitutional Litigation Unit of the LRC is a specialised unit where its lawyers serve as a resource to all the other regional offices and seek opportunities to realise the rights in our Constitution.
The LRC seeks to address the problem that access to justice remains elusive for the majority of South Africans.
We use the law, by means of litigation or through law & policy reform, to increase access to social services for our clients.
The LRC seeks to address the unfair distribution of adverse environmental impacts on vulnerable communities.
The LRC seeks creative and effective solutions to promote and enforce women’s rights.
The LRC recognises that organised civil society plays a critical role in a democracy.
The Southern African Legal Assistance Network (SALAN), of which the LRC is a member,was initiated in 1994.
Entity Assessment Project (LEAP) is a collaborative project started in 1999 in KwaZulu-Natal. CASE is an independent South African Research NGO.