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COVID19 Regional Updates 23 September 2022

General COVID Raises Risk of Long-Term Brain Injury, Large U.S. Study Finds Source: https://www.reuters.com/business/healthcare-pharmaceuticals/covid-raises-risk-long-term-brain-injury-large-us-study-finds-2022-09-22/ Covid hospitalisations rise by nearly 20%...
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COVID19 Regional Updates 23 September 2022

Heritage Day – 24 Sept 22

Southern African Liaison Office (SALO) recognises and celebrates #HeritageDay, which is part of our cultural wealth as the nation. 24 September...
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Heritage Day – 24 Sept 22

News Briefs 23 September 2022

Southern Africa Focus Zimbabwe Authorities must release opposition MPs unjustly held for 100 days The continued arbitrary detention of opposition...
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News Briefs 23 September 2022

International Day of Democracy

The International Day of Democracy is an annual event that has been happening for 10 years. In 2007, the United...
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International Day of Democracy

Democracy, Human Rights, and People-To People Solidarity: A Youth Reflection on Hate Crimes and Hate Speech in South Africa – 16 Sept 22

Invitation to SALO’s virtual community dialogue: Democracy, Human Rights, and People-To People Solidarity: A Youth Reflection on Hate Crimes and...
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Democracy, Human Rights, and People-To People Solidarity: A Youth Reflection on Hate Crimes and Hate Speech in South Africa – 16 Sept 22

SALO Virtual Public Dialogue on the Hate Crimes and Hate Speech Bill – 14 Sept 2022

The Southern African Liaison Office (SALO), invites you to a virtual public policy dialogue on the Prevention and Combating of Hate...
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SALO Virtual Public Dialogue on the Hate Crimes and Hate Speech Bill  – 14 Sept 2022

Regional Youth Workshop on Zimbabwean Elections and Migration. – 7 Sept 22

On Wednesday the 7th of September 2022, the Southern African Liaison Office (SALO),held a virtual public dialogue: Regional Youth Workshop...
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Regional Youth Workshop on Zimbabwean Elections and Migration. – 7 Sept 22

News Briefs 26 August 2022

Southern Africa Focus Zimbabwe Zim opposition leaders begs SA to bear with Zimbabweans for only 400 more days Zimbabwean opposition...
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News Briefs 26 August 2022

COVID19 Regional Update 2 September 2022

General  Global COVID-19 cases surpass 600 mln: WHO Source: http://www.chinadaily.com.cn/a/202209/02/WS63115883a310fd2b29e758f6.html COVID-19 hospitalizations, deaths may increase with colder weather: WHO Source:...
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COVID19 Regional Update 2 September 2022

Public Dialogue: Reflections on Women’s Political Participation in Southern Africa, and Lessons Learned ahead of the 2023 Elections in Zimbabwe in pursuit of consensus toward SADC action – 1 Sept 2022

On Thursday the 1st of September, the Southern African Liaison Office (SALO), hosted a virtual public dialogue: Reflections on Women's...
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Public Dialogue: Reflections on Women’s Political Participation in Southern Africa, and Lessons Learned ahead of the 2023 Elections in Zimbabwe in pursuit of consensus toward SADC action – 1 Sept 2022

 

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.