Hakí uses online social networking to build movements and strengthen legal empowerment and advocacy efforts for the poor and marginalized around the world. Our constantly growing network has over 50 organizations across all continents. We foster shared learning and ‘South-South’ collaboration by collecting knowledge and resources of innovative practices and theoretical approaches. By directly collaborating with network partners, Hakí’s work has a multiplier effect across all countries and furthers our belief that true, lasting change comes from the bottom up.
Hakí builds capacity at the local level through joint implementation of projects, training, developing model approaches and tools, and the sharing of information and good practices across our civil society members:
Annual Forum: Hakí members convene at an annual forum to discuss key topics, share best practices, provide training on project and financial management, craft unified advocacy plans, and enhance leadership.
Online Network: Momentum from the annual forum is continued online through the Hakí social networking and resource portal, which is a protected space for all members to discuss important issues and joint strategies and access programmatic and technical resources.
Capacity-building. Workshops and trainings are provided to members at the annual forum and through the online portal to improve technical and management capacity. We also build the capacity of Hakí members through joint-implementation of projects.
Fundraising Support: We support enhanced fundraising infrastructure for Hakí Network members that use crowd-source project donations and issue-specific campaigns.