• 'Transitional Justice Needs in Libya': LWPP & the ICJ hold a Webinar coinciding with the 1st Anniversary of Hanan Al-Barassi's Assassination
  • Human rights organizations call on Libyan authorities to rescind the new cybercrime law
  • Rights Groups Present A New Draft Law Regulating Civil Work & Call On Libyan Civil Society To Advocate For Its Approval By The Legislature
  • Libya: Government of National Unity Relies On Gaddafi’s Arsenal of Repressive Laws To Restrict Civil Society & Block Its Role In The Electoral Process
  • 17th of July, Daunting Attack on Libyan Women Politicians: Dark Mark in the History of Women’s Political Participation
  • Joint Letter: Renewal of United Nations Fact Finding Mission on Libya of Vital Importance

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Over thirty-five women from different cities and backgrounds launched the Libyan Women’s Platform for Peace (LWPP) in October 2011 to ensure that women are a vital part of post- Gaddafi Libya. Doing so with a particular emphasis on inclusive transitions, women’s rights, youth leadership, advancement and security as related to women’s political and economic participation and constitutional reform. Our experience is far reaching,…

 

 

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On June 25, 2014, Libyans lost a voice of reason, a proponent of peace and democracy, and a strong advocate for human rights. Salwa Bughaighis was brutally assassinated by unidentified militia men in her home in Benghazi only hours after casting her vote for a new parliament. To this day, the investigation in her killing and disappearance of her husband, Essam El-Gheryani, has not been completed, and no one has been prosecuted or punished for the brutal act.
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