Welcome to FES Libya

The Friedrich-Ebert-Foundation (FES) began its activity in Libya in 2012 following the political opening of the country. Committed to support the Libyan people in their quest for freedom, peaceful change and democratic reform, FES started to work closely with Libyan partners. With the support for workshops, seminars, conferences, research and studies, FES hopes to contribute to the democratic transformation in Libya. more

Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung Libya

4, rue Bachar Ibn Bord
2078 La Marsa
Tunisia

+216 71 775 343
info(at)libya.fes.de

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Women's rights
Programms

Women's rights

As a result of the political conflict, the subsequent wars, and the armed conflicts that Libya has been facing continuously since 2011, cases of human rights’ violations of all kinds have become apparent and tangible. More

Youth Empowerment
Programms

Youth Empowerment

After the February 2011 revolution, the question of youth has taken a central position in Libya. Even though nearly 73 % of the Libyan population is under the age of 40, the Libyan youth have been deprived of their important role in building Libya's future. More

Social Justice
Programms

Social Justice

The Friedrich Ebert Foundation always places a central focus on the principles of Social Justice within its projects. Since the opening of the Libya Office in 2018, FES has implemented a large number of seminars and studies in partnership with different Libyan organizations. More

Migration
Programms

Migration

The issue of migration is one of the most pressing issues facing Libya today. The issue is constantly exacerbating, as the number of migrants is increasing over the past years for different reasons. More

Publications

Markous, Amera; Bonfiglio, Ayla; Murphy-Teixidor, Ana-Maria

The impact of COVID-19 on EU Mediterranean migration policies

The case of Libya
LaMarsa, 2021

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Markous, Amera; Bonfiglio, Ayla; Murphy-Teixidor, Ana-Maria

[The impact of COVID-19 on EU Mediterranean migration policies]

[The case of Libya]
LaMarsa, 2021

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Imneina, Abeir; Alfarsi, Omelez

Social security laws in Libya

A gender-based perspective
Tunis, 2020

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FES Libya Blog

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Education in Libya is free but inaccessible

Education is one of the significant things that we’re entitled to, you can be judged based on what you had studied, where you had studied, and what…


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In the face of COVID-19, the Libyan public sector is not the biggest loser?

With the beginning of the spread of the Coronavirus this year, many countries took the initiative to address this pandemic, allocating huge budgets to…


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A "feminist" perspective for the constitutionality of personal status laws in Libya

By personal status laws, we mean the laws that regulate the relationship of individuals with each other, and it is common knowledge in Libya that the…


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