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How I Became a Peace Activist 3456 2304 Aisha Altubuly

How I Became a Peace Activist

When I first joined “Together We Build it” organization I was only 14 years old, that was in the year of the Libyan revolution. At that time, I was enthusiastic…

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Libyan Women: Peace & Security 768 512 Rida Altubuly

Libyan Women: Peace & Security

Women’s rights are an essential part of the overall human rights agenda, and women’s empowerment is intertwined with respect for human rights, where women are able to live with dignity…

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The Power of Libyan Women in Displaced Camps 400 300 admin

The Power of Libyan Women in Displaced Camps

By Maysem El mabrouk If Libyans want sustainable peace from the deepest roots, then there are few facts they need to understand and believe in, one of them is; when…

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Is This The Most Challenging Place on Earth to be a Woman? 960 640 Iman Elmojahed

Is This The Most Challenging Place on Earth to be a Woman?

By Iman Elmojahed Is this the most challenging place on earth to be a woman? No… Despite what many international communities may think or believe, women in Libya are not…

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The International Community Alone Won’t Defeat Violent Extremism 750 330 Hajer Sharief

The International Community Alone Won’t Defeat Violent Extremism

  Extremely Together’s Young Leader from Libya, working to engage women and young people in peace building. Countering violent extremism recently became a priority in the peace and security global…

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Affecting Power Structures Gender and Youth Perspectives 768 321 Hajer Sharief

Affecting Power Structures Gender and Youth Perspectives

In areas of conflict, support from the international community is often greatly needed. However, the design of this support directly affects power structures in the affected community. A crucial question…

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