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Mental Health and Psycho-Social Support Center in Libya helps women conflict survivors

Women at the center in Tommina study together, some of them even build partnership for joint businesses and social initiatives.  

National Reconciliation in Libya: Baseline survey

The study aims at understanding Libyans’ perceptions of reconciliation and providing preliminary information about the existing opportunities and challenges for reconciliation. This report sheds light…  

Toward National Reconciliation in Libya

This project will assist Libyan national and local authorities, civil society and other partners in their efforts to promote an inclusive vision for national reconciliation.  

On Youth Day, Libyan young people discuss ways to achieve SDGs

As part of the Youth Leadership Programme 4 (YLP4), sponsored by the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) Arab States, UNDP Libya supported two civil society organizations based in Tripoli and…  

UNSMIL and UNDP launch a media campaign to support reconciliation in Libya

As part of its efforts to strengthen the participation of all Libyans in the process of reconciliation, the United Nations Support Mission in Libya (UNSMIL) and the United Nations Development Program…  

Families of missing persons: between hope and despair

Families of missing in Libya continue to suffer after many years hoping to know about the fate of their beloved ones.  

Local reconciliation actors agree on creating a national network of mediators in Libya

The United Nations Support Mission in Libya (UNSMIL) and the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), this week, gathered over 60 local mediators to share experiences in facilitating peace and…  

Kabaw and Batten El-Jabal Delegations agree on a set of mechanisms to address disputes in Nafusa Mountains

the United Nations facilitated a two-day meeting in Tunis on 27 and 28 November, between representatives from the cities of Kabaw and Tiji (Batten el-Jabal) to help reconcile their differences.  

Libyan southern women meet in Tripoli to talk about peace

Women representatives from main communities of the South of Libya met in Tripoli from 7 to 8 of November to explore tangible ways to achieve sustainable peace in the region.  

Civil Society Organizations learn in Tripoli about Reconciliation

Aiming at enhancing civil society organizations’ (CSO) capacities to engage in reconciliation efforts in Libya, the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) and the United Nations Support Mission…  

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