Representation in court is often the last resort in circumstances where simpler and cheaper interventions have failed. Where necessary, the organization also employs litigation, strategically to benefit a large number of people.
Furthermore, the organization engages in Identification and creating networks of community youth paralegals who are then trained in basics of criminal law, court procedures, mediation skills and voluntarism. They are then loosely attached to local councils and local police posts to advise youth with legal challenges to access justice.
Some of our paralegals have testified how they access police cells to sensitize pretrial detainees on their rights such as how to apply for a police bond, training them to file their own applications for release and represent themselves in court.