1. To promote a paradigm shift in attitudes toward persons with disabilities: from the dominant medical model in which persons with disabilities are passive objects of compassion and charity, to the social model in which persons with disabilities actively assert their fundamental human rights.
2. To empower Arab persons with disabilities by providing them with the skills and self-confidence that they need in order to access higher education, employment, and equal participation in their diverse communities.
3. To use the tools of legal advocacy to guarantee implementation of the disability rights protected by Israeli law and by the UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities, and specifically to enhance accessibility and freedom from discrimination within the Arab communities in Israel.