Leading Libyan NGO, the Libyan Women’s Platform for Peace (LWPP) strongly condemns the escalating violations of human rights in Libya, the ongoing crackdown on civil society, and the shrinking of civil space.
Civil society organizations in Fezzan called on the Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs to stop the Italian Ara Pacis NGO and to verify and follow up on its activities in all regions and cities of Libya, calling on the Presidential Council to correct the status of the Civil Society Commission, …
Twenty-two civil society organisations issued a joint statement yesterday calling on Libyan authorities to stop draconian laws and the civil society crackdown.
Civil society organizations and NGOs in Tripoli have rejected the legal opinion issued by the Law Department of the Supreme Judicial Council, in which it considered them lacking legitimacy.
The state, alone, cannot conduct effective security sector reform. Civil society actors have an important role to play as the voice of the people, overseeing the impact on youth and women, human rights, the environment – and more.
The National Commission for Human Rights in Libya (NCHRL) said it was dismayed at what it called the exclusionary approach practiced against active civil society groups and institutions, including the NCHRL, by the United Nations Support Mission in Libya (UNSMIL).
Several media organizations, journalists and human rights activists called on participants of the Libyan Political Dialogue Forum (LPDF) in Tunisia, to reach a final, inclusive solution to the Libyan crisis to build a civil, democratic state in which the citizens enjoy social justice and equal rights, free from any violations …
Libya’s Civilian Forces Movement (CFM) has accused the UNSMIL of encroaching on the country’s sovereignty and its state institutions as it continued Geneva talks in disregard to the boycott of House of Representatives (HoR) and High Council of State’s (HCS) participants. In a statement on Wednesday, the CFM added that …
Municipalities from eastern Libya and members of the Benghazi Association held on Tuesday in Tripoli a press conference to call on the United Nations to take action regarding the crimes committed in Benghazi before the kickoff of Dignity Operation in 2014 and afterwards.
Three people working for Save the Children were detained yesterday at Tripoli’s Mitiga airport.