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بودكاست الاعلام في ليبيا يقدم حلقات متنوعة تم انتاجها من طرف الصحفيين الليبيين المشاركين في دورة تدريب البودكاست.تشرف على هذا المشروع مؤسسة الدواتش فيلا الالمانية بتمويل من الاتحاد الاوروبي
 
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Libya Matters

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Libya Matters

Lawyers for Justice in Libya

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Libyan human rights activist and lawyer Salwa Bugaighis was assassinated on 25 June 2014. Nobody has been held accountable. To many, Salwa embodied all that is positive about the civil society movement that emerged from the 2011 uprising which she helped lead, and she remains an inspiration to this day. 2021 marks the 10th anniversary of that uprising. To mark this historic milestone, we have produced a special season inspired by Salwa’s life and activism, and what it tells us about developm ...
 
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Libyan Civil War

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Libyan Civil War

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This podcast aims to provide a detailed and contemporary commentary of the libyan civil war as it unfolds in front of our eyes. Using primary and secondary sources i will try to tell the story of a conflict that deserves more attention than it currently gets.
 
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In the final episode in this season, our producer Tariq Elmeri goes deeper into Salwa’s family’s pursuit for justice, and why an independent investigation is very important to her sister Iman. We will also hear from activists and journalists, who will bring us closer to understanding what it’s like to work in these fields in Libya today, and what t…
 
القانون كلمة يمكن أن تكون آلة موسيقية ويمكن أن تكون مجموعة قواعد وفي حالتين القانون الذي لا يحمي الجميع كالموسيقى التي لا يسمعها الجميع . في هذا البودكاست يقدم لكم محمد التراسي كل يوم أحد قصص أشخاص تجردوا من الحماية القانونية بسبب تدخل غير منصف للقانون . يمكن لهذه القصص والتجارب أن تكون مصدر إلهام لكم ، وورقة ضغط من أجل تعديل هذه النصوص .…
 
يستعرض بودكاست "شن معناها" معاني الكلمات الدارجة في اللهجة الليبية؛ أصولها، وسياقاتها التاريخية. ويروي أيضا قصصا عن الهوية الليبية والتراث الشعبي . يهدف هذا البودكاست إلى التعريف بالتراث المنسي. تقدّمه صفية العايش.โดย Anass Bendrif
 
In this episode, we celebrate the achievements and resilience of Libya’s civil society movement over the last 10 years, which Salwa Bugaighis played an important part in creating. We discuss the challenges that civil society actors continue to face and ways to move forward. This is a story of tragedy and triumph, and one we are honoured to tell. LF…
 
In this episode, we take a deeper look at the rights to freedom of expression and association. Ten years on from the protests that started the Libyan uprising and in the year in which elections are supposed to take place, where are we in protecting and promoting these rights? And why are they so important for accountability, peace and democracy? We…
 
In today’s episode, we look back at the role of women in the 2011 uprising and the birth of #Libya's civil society movement. Salwa Bugaighis was seen by many to be one of the leaders of that movement and she was a role model for many women who were perhaps entering the public and political space for the first time. We discuss what has happened to t…
 
تعالوا معاي في رحلة مع الاغاني الليبية اللي تكلمت عالغربة وكيف تعاملت الثقافة متعنا مع حالات الفقد والبعد وكيف عالجت الموضوع بطريقتها.. خلونا نفكروا في اغانينا بطريقة مختلفة تخلينا نتعلموا منها كيف نتعاملوا مع احساس الغربة والشوق للمتغربين.. من خلال تجربتي الشخصية اني تازر في بودكاست ستوريا.โดย Anass Bendrif
 
On 25 June 2014, Libyan human rights activist and lawyer Salwa Bugaighis celebrated casting her vote in parliamentary elections. Hours later, she was brutally murdered in her own home, a crime which sent shockwaves through Libya’s civil society movement. In the first episode of a special new season marking the tenth anniversary of Libya's 2011 upri…
 
Libyan human rights activist and lawyer Salwa Bugaighis was assassinated on 25 June 2014. Nobody has been held accountable. To many, Salwa embodied all that is positive about the civil society movement that emerged from the 2011 uprising which she helped lead, and she remains an inspiration to this day. 2021 marks the 10th anniversary of that upris…
 
When is a peace process a success? What role do human rights, justice and due process play? Is it ever ok to sacrifice those for political expediency? What part should civil society organisations play? In this special episode, Elham Saudi takes the hot seat and talks to Tarek Megerisi, Policy Fellow at the European Council on Foreign Relations, and…
 
الحلقة الاولى من سلسلة MENA-Skills كانت مع الكوتش محمد سرير(اخصائي تنمية بشرية ومهتم بالتطوير الاجتماعي) ناقشنا فيها اهم المهارات التي يمكن تعلمها من قبل الافراد في مجتمعنا وفي الظروف الراهنة.โดย Anass Bendrif
 
مرشدات بنغازي تاريخ و وثائق ، نجاة طرخان . تحرير ا.نجاة الكيخيا فـ ـي حـ ـلقتنا نـ ـناقـ ـش هـ ـذا الـ ـكتاب الـ ـذي تـ ـشاركـ ـنا فـ ـيه الـ ـقائـ ـدة الـ ـفاضـ ـلة و الـ ـربـ ـية نـ ـجاة طـ ـرخـ ـان بـقصصها و تـجاربـها الـشخصية و بـذكـريـاتـها عـن الـرحـلة الولـى مـن تـأسـيس حـركـة الـرشـدات فـي لـيبيا . يـحتوي الـكتاب عـلى وثـائـق و صـور تنشـر ل…
 
مواضيع مختلفة وبعيدة كل البعد عن بعضها البعض .. نربط بينها بروابط حياتية مؤثرة اجدابيا لإيصال رسالة هادفة أسم الحلقة : مريمنا ومريمهم الملخص: قصة بنتين من نفس الجيل ويمتلكان نفس المواصفات..لكن طريقة تعاملهن مع الأمور مختلفة جدا فما الذي يربط بينهما ؟โดย Anass Bendrif
 
In previous episodes we’ve explored avenues for accountability, but what about legal measures that may prevent it? In our season finale we discuss amnesties, which are rather popular in Libya (there have been at least four since 2011 that we know of). We’re joined by Rupert Skilbeck, barrister and Director of REDRESS, an organisation focused on see…
 
According to the UN, as of September 2020 there were 392,000 internally displaced persons (IDPs) in Libya. Each one has a story, and each one has rights, but what are they? This week we talk with one of the world’s foremost experts on this often-misunderstood subject, Cecilia Jimenez-Damary. Cecilia is a human rights lawyer with over two decades of…
 
The Libyan media scene has exploded since 2011, but from established international outlets to fake news churned out by armies of Twitter bots, how can we navigate it? To guide us, we’re joined by Ahmed Gatnash, co-founder of the Kawaakibi Foundation, an accelerator for thinkers and doers focused on the future of liberty in Arab and Muslim societies…
 
What is life like for Libyan women right now? What challenges are Libyan women dealing with? Can we even speak of Libyan women in general? Asma Khalifa is an activist, researcher, co-founder of the Tamazight Women’s Movement and Khalifa Ihler Institute, and leading Libyan thinker on intersectional feminism. We ask her how women’s rights work gets d…
 
What is art? What is culture? And what role do they play in Libya today? We’re delighted to reflect on Libya’s conflict in a very different way with one of the country’s best-known artists, Hadia Gana. Hadia has worked with ceramics and glass and produced many fascinating installations, and as a leading advocate for cultural heritage, recently foun…
 
Last year, Lawyers for Justice in Libya and SOAS, University of London were honoured to welcome Mr Pablo de Greiff, the UN’s first Special Rapporteur on the promotion of truth, justice, reparation and guarantees of non-recurrence, to deliver the inaugural Annual Justice Lecture. Pablo is a most amazingly nuanced and lucid thinker and was so incredi…
 
What does accountability mean? And how do we achieve it? Leading legal advocate and academic Valentina Azarova joins us to discuss how we can think outside the box and be more creative when seeking justice, why we need to stay focussed on the bigger picture when dealing with a crisis and where international law has its limits. You can find Valentin…
 
Shockingly, one in five households in Libya has had a person forcibly disappeared. What does it mean to be disappeared? How does it impact the disappeared person, their family and the wider community? This week, we have the privilege of joining inspiring human rights defender and women’s rights activist Jabir Zain to hear how he survived enforced d…
 
This week we’re joined by Alex Whiting, Deputy Prosecutor of the Kosovo Specialist Prosecutor’s Office, Harvard Law Professor of Practice (on leave), former ICC and ICTY prosecutor and renowned criminal law expert. We discuss why justice has been so hard to achieve in Libya and why we should not give up on the International Criminal Court just yet.…
 
We’re back! It’s been a year since the end of Season 1 and so much seems to have changed without anything feeling like it has! Does that even make sense? To help guide us through it all we talk to Tarek Megerisi, Policy Fellow at the European Council on Foreign Relations and one of the most prolific writers on Libya. He tells like it is and boy do …
 
We're super excited to launch Season 2 of Libya Matters! This season is different. We go deeper and explore themes we've not done before, but we're still going to be asking the not-so-easy questions. Join us, as we challenge ourselves to think, learn and get uncomfortable as we bring nuance to all matters Libya.…
 
In this episode, after talking about the major developments this week in the war, including a water blockade that has left 3M people in a condition of water scarcity, i will delve into Operation Irini, the new naval operation launched by the European Union to enforce the arm embargo on Libya and combat human smuggling, does this mission equally imp…
 
In this episode, Dr Wolfram Lacher, Senior Associate at the German Institute for International and Security Affairs and author of "Libya's Fragmentation: Structure and Process in Violent Conflict", joins hosts Elham Saudi and Marwa Mohamed to discuss sanctions. They discuss what they are and how they work, who has the authority to impose them and, …
 
In this episode, Hafed Al-Ghweel, non-resident Senior Fellow at the Foreign Policy Institute of the School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS) at John Hopkins University, joins host Elham Saudi to discuss divisions in Libya. Through a rich and comprehensive discussion of the past and current situation, Hafed walks us through the many internal …
 
In this episode, we talk about migration with Matteo de Bellis, Amnesty International’s researcher. As we try to debunk the official narrative in a relaxed and engaging chat, we share some interesting facts and stats and real solutions as to why migration is not a crisis, but rather a phenomenon. If you enjoyed this episode, please subscribe and le…
 
In this episode, Poonam Joshi, Consultant Director at Funders' Initiative for Civil Society and former Executive Director of the Sigrid Rausing Fund, joins host Elham Saudi to discuss the threats and attacks civil society and human rights defenders face in Libya. Together, we explore how and why the space for civil society in Libya is shrinking, an…
 
In this episode, Tim Eaton, Research Fellow in the Middle East and North Africa Programme at Chatham House, joins Elham to talk money. By discussing how politics and economics in Libya intersect and influence each other, Tim walks us through the conflict war economy in Libya, how the economic structure itself has helped fuel the conflict, and who i…
 
In this episode, hosts Elham Saudi and Marwa Mohamed are joined by the amazing Laila Alodaat, Director for the Middle East and North Africa at the Women's International League for Peace and Freedom, to focus on women. The episode delves into the specific impact of conflict on women and why women are so vital to peace and state-building. It also cel…
 
In this episode, Frederic Wehrey, Senior Fellow at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace and author of the book The Burning Shores: Inside the Battle for the New Libya, joins Elham to unpick US policy in Libya. Together, they retrace what happened at the Committee of Foreign Affairs' Congressional Hearings in May 2019, and try to understan…
 
This week, host Elham Saudi is joined by the brilliant Tarek Megerisi, policy fellow of the North Africa and Middle East program at the European Council of Foreign Relations. We discuss the role of international actors in Libya, and the competing goals and interests that have often frustrated progress on the ground. During the conversation, we also…
 
In this week’s episode, Carla Ferstman, Senior Lecturer at the University of Essex and former head of Redress, joins Elham and Marwa to talk about accountability in Libya. Through the lenses of human rights and international humanitarian law, Carla helped us understand what accountability really means and why it matters so much in the Libyan contex…
 
In this special episode, we bring you behind the doors of an exclusive event we held at The Conduit Club in June. "Libya: the forgotten revolution" was our chance to discuss the protracted conflict in Libya with an amazing panel which included Ian Martin and Hisham Matar. From the impact on Libyan society to the role of international actors to the …
 
In this episode, Geoff Howard, a Libya analyst with great expertise on conflict resolution, joins Elham and Marwa to discuss why Libya is the exception to traditional peace-building models, and how to find better-fitted and more viable solutions to the Libyan conflict. While sharing his insight on peace-settlement, Geoff explains to us how politica…
 
In our first episode, Elham and Marwa give us a primer on recent developments in Libya. Who are the main players in the Libyan conflict? What are the UN Security Council, the ICC, and others doing about the situation? How do they receive weapons when the country is under a UN-sanctioned arms embargo, and why are fighters wearing flip flops?!…
 
Tune in every Wednesday for a discussion on all matters Libya and why Libya matters. Libya Matters is a weekly conversation between our hosts, Elham Saudi and Marwa Mohamed from Lawyers for Justice in Libya, and "off duty" analysts, lawyers, academics, journalists, artists and many more discussing what has been missing from the news on Libya, alway…
 
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https://archive.org/download/libyamedcast_Episode_5_2015-01-20/libyamedcast_Episode_5_2015-01-20.mp3 It has been over 4.5 years since the last episode, better late than never! I’m back to try to rekindle this humble project, I hope this time I can succeed in being more regular and more importantly in encouraging others to contribute to the project.…
 
http://www.archive.org/download/AhmedEpisode4_Practicalapproachtoassessingandmanaginganacutelyillpatient_Part2_/Episode4_practicalApproachToAssessingAndManagingAnAcutelyIllPatientPart2.mp3 Assalamo Alikum. This is Episode 4 and part two of the previous topic: “The Practical approach to assessing and managing an acutely ill patient”. It is a long ep…
 
http://www.archive.org/download/Libyamedcast_ahmedLibyamedcast003_Practicalapproachtoassessingandmanaginganacutelyillpat/Libyamedcast_003.mp3 Assalamo Alikum, this is the long overdue third episode of Libyamedcast. I apologise for the long absence, as they say, better late than never! I think I fell into the trap I tried to avoid in the first place…
 
http://www.archive.org/download/Ahmed_HusseinLibyamedcast002_0/Libyamedcast_002.mp3 Here we are, the second episode, where the fun begins! I dragged Hussein out on his rest day (thanks Hussein), and we put this together quickly, so excuse the relatively poor sound quality and some of the ad libbed content, which always sounds funny when you hear it…
 
http://www.archive.org/download/AhmedandHusseinLibyamedcast001/Libyamedcast_001.mp3 ??????? ??? ???? (????? ?????)? Welcome to Libyamedcast, where we hope to showcase our future podcasts aimed at Libyan doctors, medical students and the whole Libyan medical community. Our aim is to help improve health care in Libya and increase awareness of various…
 
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