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 produces videos that seek to provide up-to-date information and raise awareness on Southern African issues ranging from SA-Zimbabwe relations to xenophobia. You can access SALO’s videos 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.