TRIPOLI – 3 December 2022 – For disabled people in Libya, going about everyday tasks can be extremely difficult. But according to disability rights campaigner Dr.
TRIPOLI - Students are struggling to complete their studies due to a lack of equipment, teacher strikes, outdated curricula, and electricity cuts, according to representatives from the General Union of Libyan Students who met with the human rights tea
TRIPOLI - 26 November - To support the United Nations’ #16days campaign, the United Nations Support Mission in Libya (UNMSIL) brought together female activists from across Libya to call for an end to online violence and harassment against women.
TRIPOLI 23 November 2022 – This week another child tragically lost his life when he found and played with a grenade that was left behind by the warring parties in the conflict.
During his first few weeks in Libya, Special Representative of the Secretary-General Abdoulaye Bathily made it a priority to sit down with civil society representatives, in particular with women from various backgrounds, to solicit their ideas on the
15 November 2022, Sebha – A United Nations delegation, led by the Special Representative of the Secretary General for Libya, traveled to Sebha Monday to meet with southern government officials, tribal notables, academics, community-based organizations, women and youth.