By SALO / April 12, 2019
Democratic Republic of Congo DR Congo leader hails a new 'balance' in turbulent nation The new president of the Democratic...
By SALO / April 9, 2019
Source: http://tshwanehub.com/2019/03/25/introducing-salo-the-southern-african-liaison-office/ Introducing SALO: The Southern African Liaison Office What is SALO? As a research, policy and dialogue NGO, the...
By SALO / March 26, 2019
KEYNOTE SPEAKER: Deputy Minister John Jeffery, Department of Justice and Constitutional Development DATE: Tuesday 26 March 2019 TIME: (Registration 1:30...
By SALO / March 21, 2019
Human Rights Day is a day for celebration, as well as solemn reflection. South Africa’s Bill of Rights is world-renowned...
By SALO / March 20, 2019
SALO at the DIRCO 2nd conference of African diplomatic academies, universities and research institutions. #africandiplomacy
By SALO / March 15, 2019
Democratic Republic of Congo UN slams DRC failure to prevent December massacre The UN on Tuesday criticised authorities in southwestern...
By SALO / March 12, 2019
Bringing Norwegian diplomats from the SADC region together with ACCORD, ISS AFRICA and SALO, discussing how Norway best can work...
By SALO / March 11, 2019
Venue: Leslie Social Science 2B, Upper campus, UCT Program Director: Esihle Madyibi, SRC Social Responsiveness Co-ordinator PROGRAMME: 17H30 - 18H00:...
By SALO / March 8, 2019
As part of International Womens Day, SALO and DIRCO co-hosted an incredible event in solidarity with the women of Western...
By SALO / February 21, 2019
Great community engagement at Ruabohahale school. Talking about #racism, #xenophobia , #gbv and #LGBTQIA issues in south Africa engaging with...
The Southern African Liaison Office (SALO) is a South African-based not-for-profit civil society organisation which, through advocacy, dialogue, policy consensus and in-depth research and analysis, influences the current thinking and debates on foreign policy especially regarding African crises and conflicts.
You can read more about SALO’s work here.
SALO’s Building International, Regional and National Consensus policy dialogue sessions bring together national, regional and international stakeholders, including civil society, policymakers and diplomats, to encourage greater North/ South policy dialogue and to discuss ways they can engage moving forward on issues of importance in Southern Africa in particular. You can read more about SALO’s policy dialogue sessions here.
SALO draws on its staff, board and associates, who represent some of the region’s leading thinkers and activists, to produce publications detailing SALO’s rigorous, real-time research. You can access SALO’s research and publications here.