• Press Release: Politicians and Activists Gather in the Dutch Parliament to Remember Libyan Human Rights Defender Salwa Bugaighis
  • LWPP Screens a New Documentary on Psychosocial Rehabilitation Demands in Post-Conflict Libya
  • LWPP Highlights the Role of Women in Mediation and Reconciliation in Libya
  • Libyan Women's Platform for Peace joins Friedrich- Schiller University of Jena & 17 other Universities in the MENA Region to form an Academic Alliance for Reconciliation Studies
  • After seven years of impasse, new report shows a way forward for Libya
  • LWPP New Documentary “War on Memory” will be screened at the the Swedish Institute Alexandria’s Cultural Heritage Conference

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The Libyan Women’s Platform for Peace (LWPP) was launched in October 2011 by over thirty-five women from different cities and backgrounds to ensure that women remain a vital part of post-Gaddafi Libya, with a particular emphasis on inclusive transitions, women’s rights, youth leadership, advancement and security as related to women’s political and economic participation, constitutional reform, and education.

 

 

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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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