The campaign “You are missing the full picture” aims to highlight the international community’s very gender blind approach to Libyan women’s right in meaningfully participation in the political and peace building process. Since 2014 the international community, especially the UN mission to Libya (UNSMIL), became the main leading actor on facilitating, mediation and designing the peace building process in Libya. Despite the leadership role of UNSMIL on organizing the high level political meetings, Libyan women were barely present in any of these meetings. This campaign was designed to show examples of the most important meetings organized or attended by a number of states and UNSMIL, to illustrate the limited efforts being made to include women in such important political meetings. So, the message which the campaign aims to deliver is that “all Libyan national issues are pure Libyan womens’ issues, and vice versa, Libyan women’s issues are Libyan national issues.” As such, calling on the UNSMIL and states to truly implement international law relevant to women’s rights, through supporting meaningful inclusion of Libyan women in the whole peace process, makes absolute sense.