Within a framework of Community Development principles and ethos, RAI aims to highlight human rights against the Rohingya, advocate on behalf of the Rohingya, increase visibility of Rohingya ethnicity and work towards alleviating the suffering of the Rohingya.
- Avail of and exploit cultural, social and political opportunities to advance the human rights of the Rohingya.
- To keep at the forefront the value of the ‘lived experience’ of the Rohingya ethnic minority status both in Myanmar, in the refugee camps and in Ireland.
- To ensure that the Rohingya voice and experience, of all genders, stays prominent and remains at the forefront of any campaigning of Rohingya Action Ireland.
- Work towards availing of opportunities to raise awareness of the Rohingya situation through the continued forming of links with formal, informal and non-formal education platforms.
- To establish stronger links with civil society organisations, appreciate and acknowledge the significance of working and standing together in solidarity.
- To adhere to the principles of Community Development of collaboration, empowerment, democracy, social justice, equality, community self-determination, participation, inclusiveness, solidarity and fairness.