In an actual remanufacturing process, a human operator is able to continuously learn the disassembly knowledge of an end-of-life product when he/she disassembles it, which makes him/her disassemble it more proficiently. In order to describe this feature, this work proposes a stochastic dual-objective disassembly sequencing planning problem considering human learning effects. In this problem, actual disassembly and setup time of operations are a function of their normal time and starting time. A new mathematical model is established to maximize total disassembly profit and minimize disassembly time. In order to solve this problem efficiently, a multi-population multi-objective evolutionary algorithm is developed. In this algorithm, some special strategies, e.g., solution representation, crossover operator and mutation operator, are newly designed based on this problem's characteristics. Its effectiveness is well illustrated through several numerical cases and by comparing it with two prior approaches, i.e., nondominated sorting genetic algorithm II and multi-objective evolutionary algorithm based on decomposition. Experimental results demonstrate that the proposed algorithm performs well in solving this problem.