Parley’s core business consists of assessing individuals, companies, communities and state authorities to asses, mitigate and manage challenges related to land and natural resources. Parley provides intermediary and advisory services to communities, companies and government regulators collaborating to develop land and natural resources in Liberia. Parley specializes in facilitating collaborative dispute resolution, problem-solving and decision-making processes.

Parley works closely with Liberia Land Authority and non-governmental organizations to support communities navigating complex internal governance issues and boundary harmonization and negotiation processes. Parley has contributed to the development and testing of the boundary harmonization and negotiation process used by the Land Authority, as well as the government of Liberia’s Community Self Identification Guide. Parley has partnered with the Land Authority, the Tenure Facility and USAID to develop and test procedures for communities to secure legal recognition of their customary community lands, as proposed in the Land Rights Bill currently before the National Legislature of Liberia. Parley is dedicated to securing land rights and enhancing tenure security for communities, including women, youth and minorities, throughout Liberia.