The Liaison Office (TLO)

The Liaison Office (TLO) is an Afghan non-governmental organization that emerged at the end of 2003 as a swisspeace pilot project (supported by the Heinrich Böll Foundation) on good governance after the organization was approached by community elders requesting assistance for participation in the peace and reconstruction process in their southeastern communities. TLO’s four main areas of activity are: Research, Peace building, Justice, and Livelihoods.  In the nearly ten years since its establishment, TLO expanded from the Southeast into the South (2005) and East (2008) mainly through research and analysis and the facilitation of a series of peace and stability jirgas. In 2009, TLO began working in the Northern and Central provinces; and in 2011 started research and analysis in Western Afghanistan. One hundred and twenty TLO staff in four field offices are currently active across Afghanistan.
 

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The Liaison Office (TLO)

The Liaison Office (TLO) is an independent Afghan non-governmental organization established in 2003 and seeking to improve local governance, stability and security through systematic and institutionalized engagement with customary structures, local communities, and civil society groups. TLO’s main areas of activity are Research/Analysis using the do-no harm approach; Dialogue Facilitation/Peacebuilding; Access to Justice; and livelihood improvement. In addition to the TLO headquarter in Kabul, the organization has a regional office in Paktia-Southeast, provincial office in Khost, and multiple project offices across Afghanistan, with over 117 staff. Current and recent TLO funders include the United States Institute of Peace, USAID, the Open Society Institute, DAI (including projects contracted from USAID) and GIZ, along with the governments of Australia (AusAid), Germany, the Netherlands, Norway, Switzerland (SDC), Canada, UNHCR, and Cordaid. 

Address:
Location: Kabul City
Phone:
email:[email protected]
Website:

The Liaison Office (TLO)

The Liaison Office (TLO) is an Afghan non-governmental organization that emerged at the end of 2003 as a swisspeace pilot project (supported by the heinrich böll stiftung) on good governance after the organization was approached by community elders requesting assistance for participation in the peace and reconstruction process in their southeastern communities. TLO’s four main areas of activity are: Research, Peacebuilding, Justice, and Livelihoods.  In the eight years since its establishment, TLO expanded from the Southeast into the South (2005) and East (2008) mainly through research and analysis and the facilitation of a series of peace and stability jirgas. In 2009, TLO began working in the Northern and Central provinces; and in 2011 started research and analysis in Western Afghanistan. One hundred and thirty TLO staff are currently active in 25 provinces across Afghanistan.

Address:
Location: Kabul City
Phone:
email:[email protected]
Website:

The Liaison Office (TLO)

The Liaison Office (TLO) is an independent Afghan non-governmental organization established in 2003 and seeking to improve local governance, stability and security through systematic and institutionalized engagement with customary structures, local communities, and civil society groups. TLO’s main areas of activity are Research/Analysis using the do-no harm approach; Dialogue Facilitation/Peacebuilding; Access to Justice; and livelihood improvement. In addition to the TLO headquarters in Kabul, the organization has a regional office in Paktia-Southeast, provincial office in Khost, and multiple project offices across Afghanistan, with over 117 staff.

Project Description:

The Liaison Office (TLO) together with Checchi and Company Consulting Inc. will be implementing a section of the Assistance for the Development of Afghan Legal Access and Transparency (ADALAT) project funded by USAID. TLO’s scope of work will focus on leading the effort to strengthen traditional dispute resolution (TDR) decision making, which is similar to projects TLO and Checchi have successfully implemented in the past.

About the ADALAT project: The project’s goal is to improve citizen access to justice services based on Afghan law. ADALAT aims to increase the effectiveness and reach of the formal justice sector, strengthen linkages between the formal and traditional justice sectors, and increase citizen demand for quality legal services.

Address:
Location: Kabul City
Phone:
email:[email protected]
Website:

The Liaison Office (TLO)

The Liaison Office (TLO) is an independent Afghan non-governmental organization established in 2003 and seeking to improve local governance, stability and security through systematic and institutionalized engagement with customary structures, local communities, and civil society groups. TLO’s main areas of activity are Research/Analysis using the do-no harm approach; Dialogue Facilitation/Peacebuilding; Access to Justice; and livelihood improvement. In addition to the TLO headquarters in Kabul, the organization has a regional office in Paktia-Southeast, provincial office in Khost, and multiple project offices across Afghanistan, with over 117 staff.  

Project Description:

The Liaison Office together with Checchi and Company Consulting Inc. will be implementing a section of the Assistance for the Development of Afghan Legal Access and Transparency (ADALAT) project funded by USAID. TLO’s scope of work will focus on leading the effort to strengthen traditional dispute resolution (TDR) decision making, which is similar to projects TLO and Checchi have successfully implemented in the past. About the ADALAT Project: The project’s goal is to improve citizen access to justice services based on Afghan law. ADALAT aims to increase the effectiveness and reach of the formal justice sector, strengthen linkages between the formal and traditional justice sectors, and increase citizen demand for quality legal services.

Address:
Location: Kabul City
Phone:
email:[email protected]
Website:

The Liaison Office (TLO)

The Liaison Office (TLO) is an independent Afghan non-governmental organization established in 2003 and seeking to improve local governance, stability and security through systematic and institutionalized engagement with customary structures, local communities, and civil society groups. TLO’s main areas of activity are Research/Analysis using the do-no harm approach; Dialogue Facilitation/Peacebuilding; Access to Justice; and livelihood improvement. In addition to the TLO headquarters in Kabul, the organization has a regional office in Paktia-Southeast, provincial office in Khost, and multiple project offices across Afghanistan, with over 117 staff.  

Project Description:

The Liaison Office together with Checchi and Company Consulting Inc. will be implementing a section of the Assistance for the Development of Afghan Legal Access and Transparency (ADALAT) project funded by USAID. TLO’s scope of work will focus on leading the effort to strengthen traditional dispute resolution (TDR) decision making, which is similar to projects TLO and Checchi have successfully implemented in the past. About the ADALAT Project: The project’s goal is to improve citizen access to justice services based on Afghan law. ADALAT aims to increase the effectiveness and reach of the formal justice sector, strengthen linkages between the formal and traditional justice sectors, and increase citizen demand for quality legal services.

Address:
Location: Kabul City
Phone:
email:[email protected]
Website:

The Liaison Office (TLO)

The Liaison Office (TLO) is an independent Afghan non-governmental organization established in 2003 and seeking to improve local governance, stability and security through systematic and institutionalized engagement with customary structures, local communities, and civil society groups. TLO’s main areas of activity are Research/Analysis using the do-no harm approach; Dialogue Facilitation/Peacebuilding; Access to Justice; and livelihood improvement. In addition to the TLO headquarters in Kabul, the organization has a regional office in Paktia-Southeast, provincial office in Khost, and multiple project offices across Afghanistan, with over 117 staff.  

Project Description:

The Liaison Office together with Checchi and Company Consulting Inc. will be implementing a section of the Assistance for the Development of Afghan Legal Access and Transparency (ADALAT) project funded by USAID. TLO’s scope of work will focus on leading the effort to strengthen traditional dispute resolution (TDR) decision making, which is similar to projects TLO and Checchi have successfully implemented in the past. About the ADALAT Project: The project’s goal is to improve citizen access to justice services based on Afghan law. ADALAT aims to increase the effectiveness and reach of the formal justice sector, strengthen linkages between the formal and traditional justice sectors, and increase citizen demand for quality legal services.

Address:
Location: Kabul City
Phone:
email:[email protected]
Website:

The Liaison Office (TLO)

The Liaison Office (TLO) is an independent Afghan non-governmental organization established in 2003 and seeking to improve local governance, stability and security through systematic and institutionalized engagement with customary structures, local communities, and civil society groups. TLO’s main areas of activity are Research/Analysis using the do-no harm approach; Dialogue Facilitation/Peacebuilding; Access to Justice; and livelihood improvement. In addition to the TLO headquarters in Kabul, the organization has a regional office in Paktia-Southeast, provincial office in Khost, and multiple project offices across Afghanistan, with over 117 staff.  

Project Description:

TLO will be implementing a project, supported by Cordaid, using lobby and advocacy efforts to bridge the gap between formal and informal justice mechanisms and the citizens that rely on them. The project’s goal is to encourage citizens to use justice services while also increasing the quality of those services. This will be done by simultaneously building the capacity of both formal and informal justice actors while also increasing the capacity and ability of CSOs to watch over the justice system to ensure best practices are being followed. 

Address:
Location: Kabul City
Phone:
email:[email protected]
Website:

The Liaison Office (TLO)

The Liaison Office (TLO) is an Afghan non-governmental organization that emerged at the end of 2003 as a swisspeace pilot project (supported by the Heinrich Böll Foundation) on good governance after the organization was approached by community elders requesting assistance for participation in the peace and reconstruction process in their southeastern communities. TLO’s four main areas of activity are: Research, Peace building, Justice, and Livelihoods.  In the nearly ten years since its establishment, TLO expanded from the Southeast into the South (2005) and East (2008) mainly through research and analysis and the facilitation of a series of peace and stability jirgas. In 2009, TLO began working in the Northern and Central provinces; and in 2011 started research and analysis in Western Afghanistan. One hundred and twenty TLO staff in four field offices are currently active across Afghanistan.

Address:
Location: Kabul City
Phone:
email:[email protected]
Website:
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