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- EUROPEAN MEASURES AGAINST ANY PARTY OBSTRUCTING POLITICAL PROCESS IN LIBYA
- Daily Press Briefing by the Office of the Spokesperson for the Secretary-General
- Multilateral Partnerships More Important than Ever to Tackle Global, Regional Crises, Secretary-General Tells Heads of Organizations at High-Level Dialogue
- A Long Way From Home – Migrants’ Housing Conditions In Libya (November 2020)
- Libyan Political Dialogue Forum and the Berlin Conference: Joint statement by France, Germany, Italy and the United Kingdom (November 2020)
A teacher and her student in Tripoli share their experiences and struggles due to conflict and COVID-19.
By Ahmed Rih, Public Information Associate in Tripoli
Soumaya, a high-school teacher in Tripoli, Libya, is despondent, as her students have been deeply …Read more
GNA Minister of Education Mohamed Emari Zayed has issued a decision to set a committee to put in place a scheme for remote learning for the primary and secondary education due to the Covid 19 pandemic. The Decision calls for …Read more
Tripoli-GNA Ministry of Education called on education Directorates to open assemblies of general reserve to begin weekly attendance signing as of Sunday in preparation for resumption of the education process. It said on its website that the move is in …Read more
As in most of the Arab world, the Libyan government shut schools to combat the coronavirus COVID-19, and teachers, parents, and students are scrambling not to lose the rest of the school year.
Very few schools in the Arab world …Read more
Tripoli– The Ministry of Education of Libya and UNICEF have announced the use of technology in the scale up of distance learning by school children amid the disruptive and challenging circumstances brought about by the COVID-19 pandemic.
As part …Read more
Tripoli-An extended meeting was held at the Finance Ministry headquarters here, which brought together Member of the Presidency Council and Acting Minister of Education Ammari Zayed and the Minister of Finance Faraj Bumtari. The meeting was also attended by the …Read more
Libya continues to face severe political crises social division and economic challenges due to the continued instability and insecurity over the last eight years. The armed violence has displaced thousands of families damaged vital infrastructure and critically impacted access to …Read more
After what has reportedly been weeks of diplomatic negotiation, the UN Security Council passed a resolution on Wednesday aimed at stemming rising violence across Libya, demanding the warring parties commit to a lasting ceasefire according to terms agreed by military …Read more
Relatively few students in the U.S. have opportunities to study abroad says Mohamed Abdel-Kader executive director of the Stevens Initiative a public-private partnership based at the Aspen Institute in Washington D.C.
Some estimates right now have pegged about one in …Read more