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Aspiring for a leadership role

For the first time in Libya´s history, 89 women candidates running for office in the Libyan National Assembly were chosen to participate in nationwide workshops organized by UNDP and supported by the Interim Government. The workshops are organized as part of UNDP’s support to civic education programmore

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Enhancing the capabilities of the National Meteorology Center

The National Meteorology Centre (NMC) is quite aware of the vital role of technology in advancing meteorological science, which will enable it to address climate change that threatens human life and his activities, and will assist it in protecting climate and biological diversity for the wellbeing omore

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New Laboratories and GIS Facilities Support the Environment General Authority

Libya has undergone a serious political change during 2011, and is currently going under intensive political and institutional reforms. The Environment General Authority is part of this development and changes, and has a new set of responsibilities and priorities to look after during the upcoming femore

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“I WANT… in my Constitution”

“Nabi F Dusturi” is an initiative supported by UNDP within its project Assistance to Building a Constitution in Libya. The initiative was launched in January 2013 as part of the “Open Dialogue for Libya’s New Constitution Towards an Inclusive and Democratic Social Contract” project, funded by UNDP amore

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Libya's historic elections: Youth activists pave way for future role

When Ayman Ramdan, a student at the University of Tripoli in Libya, left his home early on 28 June, he had a long day ahead of him. With just over a week before the country’s first free multi-party elections in six decades, he was joining 15 other student activists for the Open Day to Encourage Elecmore

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My voice for her: supporting women candidates

283 women candidates from across Libya participated in the launch of the “My Voice for Her” national awareness campaign for women candidates that took place in Tripoli on 25 June 2012. The campaign attracted the attention of the Libyan Government, civil society, international community and the populmore

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Supporting Inclusivity in Libya’s National Congress Election: Out of Country Voting

On 3 July 2012, five days before most voters would go to the polls for Libya’s first democratic elections in decades, Mr. Nuri Khazuri presented his identification and was handed a ballot. A historic moment, Nuri was the first of nearly 1.77 million Libyans to vote in the National Congress election more

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The journey of a thousand miles

When Ayman Ramdan, a student in the University of Tripoli left his home early on 28 June 2012 he had a long day ahead of him – The “Open Day to encourage Electoral Participation of University Youth.” He was joining 15 other students who trained the day before on how to educate their university peersmore

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