About: Letizia Mariotti for the International Legal Foundation
Nearly 30 years of civil war, insurgency, and Taliban rule decimated Afghanistan’s justice system and created an urgent need for justice reform. The ILF was established in Afghanistan in 2003 as the country emerged from decades of conflict and oppression. The ILF was the first, and remains the largest, provider of legal aid services to Afghans accused of crimes, regardless of their ethnicity, gender, age, or political affiliation.
When the ILF was first established in Afghanistan, most people had no way to see a lawyer until days after arrest, if ever. This put them at high risk for torture, coercion, and forced confessions. After years of advocacy, in several provinces, we now meet one-third of our clients during those crucial early stages.
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