In December 2015, the Joint Committee for the Misrata and Tawergha communities reached a comprehensive agreement or roadmap for “overcoming the legacy of the past in a fair way and contributing to the building of a Libya based on the rule of law, justice and human rights.” This project aims to assist the Committee in implementing the agreed roadmap including supporting transitional justice processes and facilitating the return of the Tawerghans, and people from al-Kararim, Tomina and Karzaz, in safety and dignity.
In close coordination with the international community, and building on previous experience of supporting Libyan state institutions, this partnership with the Government of the National Accord (GNA) aims to support the government in achieving immediate national priorities and supporting implementation of the political agreements.
Advancing Libyan Women’s Participation During the Transition’ or AMEL aims to strengthen the role of Libyan women in the political transition. AMEL aims to support the Women’s Empowerment and Support Unit at the Presidency Council so it can play an active role in ensuring that women’s rights are integrated in transitional policies and legislations. Support to key women’s organizations in Libya aims to enable them to participate in the transitional process and to provide an effective lobby for women’s rights. Finally, the project supports the mainstreaming of a gender perspective in all international support being provided to the country during the transition.
This project will assist Libyan national and local authorities, civil society and other partners in their effort to promote an inclusive vision for national reconciliation. Stakeholders will be empowered to implement a comprehensive national reconciliation strategy that will adequately contribute to the democratic process in Libya and recognize the specific roles of women and youth. Support will be provided to local reconciliation initiatives in order to include them into a nationwide dynamics of peace.
This project aims to promote citizen’s participation in the constitution-making process through well-coordinated initiatives that support Libyan civil society organizations, non-governmental organizations, women and youth, policymakers and the CDA.
In partnership with Ministries of Planning, Culture & Civil Society, Higher Education and Al Awqaf, the Support to Civic Engagement in Libya’s Transition (SCELT) project aims to facilitate and support greater engagement of Libyan citizens, including youth, women and marginalized groups to engage actively in the transition to democracy.
In partnership with the Ministry of Planning, the project aims to support line ministries to improve efficiency, develop capacities to coordinate, manage international development assistance, and enhance government capacity to formulate policies, plan strategically and manage work processes.
This one-year project aims to develop capacities of municipalities at local levels in Libya to respond to many conflict-induced challenges that impact negatively, citizen access to essential services, livelihoods, and social cohesion. The project aims to stimulate economic recovery and build resilience of local communities in Obari, Zintan, Zawiya, Riyana and Rajban.
This three-year programme aims to mitigate the impact of the current crisis on local communities and assist their recovery through building capacities of local authorities, civil society, private sector and other key local actors and improving the policy and institutional environment in Libya.
Led by the Government of the National Accord (GNA), supported by UNDP and the international community, the Stabilization Facility for Libya aims to help the GNA to demonstrate its value to the country’s citizens in providing visible and tangible results for the population at the local level. Support aims at rehabilitating critical infrastructure; boosting the capacity of local authorities to address the needs of the population; and enhancing local mediation and conflict resolution capacities.