Steps without borders NGO

Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia
Joined December 2023

We are working in Ulaanbaatar city in Mongolia.

Presence in: Mongolia
Focus: Community / Customary Land Rights, Community Paralegals, Environmental Justice, Generalist Legal Services, Indigenous Peoples' Rights, Legal Aid & Public Interest Law, Policy Advocacy, Right to Information, Traditional / Customary Justice, Women's Rights


Protection of the rights to development and knowledge of the traditional culture of nomads
Motto: For environmental justice
• Founded in 2006, it is a non-profit community organization serving the community. Protecting the environment and human rights from the impacts of climate change, using and managing natural resources, ensuring the rights of citizens to participate in the process of creating good governance, strengthening capacity and working sustainably in the public interest.
Areas of activity
• Training, promotion, monitoring, judicial and non-judicial influence activities within the framework of the mission
• A non-governmental organization prepares a strategic plan every five years and an operational plan every year.
Orientation principle:
• Ensuring transparency and openness in activities, protecting and respecting the knowledge of nomadic pastoralists, ensuring citizen participation, accepting pluralism and diversity of people, ensuring gender equality, developing open and equal cooperation and broad partnerships, to be politically and economically independent, respecting the law and principles of justice. Be open to creating and sharing knowledge through continuous learning.
I. “The Nomad Participation – Protection of Traditional Knowledge” program aims to protect the environment and realize the rights of future generations in ways based on the national identity of nomads and the knowledge of pastoralists.
II. “Urban Family Education – Livestock Paralegal” program to improve the legal knowledge of citizens, ensure their right to development with their participation and influence policy
III. “The Environmental Rights-Justice” program to promote and defend public interests in environmental and human rights issues.