Center For Restorative Action
HLAF's Center for Restorative Action was established to address the lack of a training center and trainers to provide knowledge and skills on restorative justice and juvenile justice in the communities.
Our Stories from the Communities
dignity through freedom
DLSU-Dasmarinas- Forty-six enrolees coming from different regions completed the three-day training course on juvenile justice entitled: Juvenile Justice and Welfare Act of 2006 (RA 9344
Cagayan de Oro – Balaod Mindanaw, in partnership with the Humanitarian Legal Assistance Foundation, held a forum entitled “Criminalizing the Child: A Forum on Lowering
HLAF, universities, and child-rights organizations collaborate for a video launching activity in public advocacy campaign on strengthening the Juvenile Justice and Welfare Act
In partnership with the NGO coalition behind the #ChildrenNOTCriminals campaign to strengthen the Juvenile Justice and Welfare Act, the Humanitarian Legal Assistance Foundation, Inc. tapped
Tagaytay City – “The only way to protect the next generation is to do what we can do now.” DILG City Director, Ms. Mary Ann
MALABON CITY – In order to give a lecture seminar to the youth of Malabon City, Barangay Children and Youth Association (BCYA) Federation conducted youth
Las Piñas City LCPC taps HLAF for the workshop on the formulation of the IRR of their Children’s Code
The participants of the workshop on the formulation of the Implementing Rules and Regulations (IRR) of the Children’s Code of the Las Piñas City held
1 January 2020 - 31 December 2020
were released through the combined efforts of the partners jails, PDL volunteers and HLAF volunteers, interns and staff
were mentored in properly handling the cases of children especially the children-at-risk and children-in-conflict-with the law.
were prepared and assisted to be reintegrated back to their communities and their families.