Founded in 1997 by Dominican missionaries, the Angolan Institute Mosaiko was the first non-profit institution to explicitly take the promotion of human rights in Angola as its mission.
Guided by a strong social commitment, it aims for respect for human dignity and the development of Angolan society, with the contribution of one and all.
An Angolan society that promotes citizenship and respects human rights.
The production and dissemination of rigorous and contextualised studies grounded in social research and developed in training courses to enable different social actors to build a culture of human rights in Angola.
To promote a more conscious and active citizenship that contributes to a culture of accountability through the exercise of rights and duties by different social actors.