We aim at the collective construction of a democratic and participative citizenship with public policies in favor of sustainable development. We do this through political, institutional and social influence on the public agenda. The environment must become a policy of state.



Intellectual honesty, independency of interests unrelated to our mission, transparency and collaboration. Opinions based on academic grounds within the framework of interdisciplinary, innovative and participative work. Sustainable development and preventive and precautionary actions. Institutionality, Rule of Law and transparency.

Institutional goals

Promote sustainable development through policies, laws and the institutional organization of society.

Foster the construction of agreements for the creation of public and private policies.

Protect the right to a healthy environment; facilitate access to information and the participation in decision-making processes.

Spread legal tools for citizens to participate in the defense of their rights; train and strengthen social leaders.

Collaborate with those who take decisions, both within the private and public sectors; work in favor of citizens in general, while giving special support to educators, indigenous people, local communities and groups in vulnerable situations.

Create tools to improve the performance of authorities in the compliance of environmental standards.

Annual reports

The Report shows in detail FARN’s most distinguished activities carried out throughout every fiscal year (from July to June of the following year).

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