Justice Organization is an Afghan-led, non-profit, and non-partisan organization inspired by Afghanistan's youth-the next generation of Afghans responsible for Afghanistan's continued social and economic development. AJO seeks to empower youth to take ownership of their country and make a difference in the lives of others through legal awareness, application of the law, and freedom of choice.
AJO is organized exclusively for the purpose of promoting legal reform through education and training and to advance free markets and individual liberty under the laws of the Government of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan.
AJO’s purposes and aim is to improve and strengthen the formal justice institutions; improve and strengthen the informal justice sector and establish a mechanism to link the formal and informal justice sectors; Conduct seminars, conferences, and in-service training programs at the local, national, and international level to facilitate cooperation among Afghan- based justice institutions; draft policy papers, publishing books and other conducting research and analysis on legal issues concerning Afghanistan.
AJO’s Strategic Studies Program acts as its platform forin-depth research, analyses, and publications on political, economic and securityissues affecting Afghanistan and the South and Central Asian region.
AJO’s also has a monthly magazine,‘Afghan Zariza’ (Afghan Millennium), which is a widely popular print and media publication providing locals and international readers with access to timely reportage and analysis on Politics and Security, Business and Economy, Law, Sports and Lifestyle. http://www.afghanzariza.com