1. Place hate crimes on the agenda for national policy and legislative reform through research and development of submission papers;
2. Use the courts through strategic litigation to ensure justice for the victims of hate crimes linked to public education and mobilization of both LGBTI and non LGBTI organizations;
3. Link LGBTI specific hate crimes into wider campaigns focusing on widespread violence against women and children;
4. Build alliances and networks with other legal and human rights organizations for support in access to justice by LGBTI people as well as support in law reform and strategic litigation insofar as hate crimes are concerned;
5. Educate, train and mobilize of LGBTI activists into a growing and conscious social force to challenge hate crimes and to build strong local organizations.
6. Build a movement of LGBTI people that are informed not only on LGBTI issues but also on issues within the broader social justice movement. Building alliances with both LGBTI and non LGBTI organizations is an essential component of building this movement which will unite against hate crime and homophobia.