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- FAO: FAO & WFP Mark World Food Day in Libya [EN/AR]. 16 Oct 2019
- OCHA: Humanitarian Coordinator for Libya El Hillo condemns increasing attacks on civilians, calls for the respect of international humanitarian law and protection of civilians [EN/AR]. 8 Oct 2019
- UNHCR: UNHCR Resettlement Update #82 - Libya-Niger Situation. 16 Oct 2019
- UNHCR: Libya: Activities at Disembarkation, Monthly Update - September 2019. 11 Oct 2019
- UNHCR: UNHCR Update Libya (11 October 2019) [EN/AR]. 11 Oct 2019
TRIPOLI, 2 May 2013 – In the framework of the Ministry of Social Affairs and UNICEF-supported project on building capacity of social workers and deepening their knowledge of child rights, a 4-day workshop on how to realize best interests of the child in social service interventions was facilitated with 20 social service instructors from the Tripoli University
The Minister of Social Affairs, HE Kamla Khamis Mazini, and UNICEF Libya Country Director, Mr Carel de Rooy handed out certificates to the participants at the closing ceremony, which took place in Dar Al Tifl today.
TRIPOLI, 21 April 2013 – The Libyan Higher Judicial Institute (HJI) and UNICEF have launched a comprehensive capacity building programme for judges, prosecutors, and others involved in the judicial system in Libya, with the aim of preparing a solid ground for building a juvenile justice system in Libya. The Higher Judicial Institute has also hosted and led, with UNICEF’s technical support, a 3-day consultation on drafting a Juvenile Justice Law.
• 18 young Libyan girls and boys participated in firstever OneMinutesJr video workshop in Tripoli 23-27 January 2013.
• On 28 February the Ministry of Education and UNICEF launched the nation-wide school assessment report in Tripoli.
• UNICEF conducted a session for youth to express their views on the constitution process.
• As part of the EU-funded education programme,
UNICEF and the Ministry of Education signed an agreement on a roadmap to improve teacher management.
On 30 September children in Libya returned to school to commence a new year of learning and growing.
On 09 October UNICEF and partners facilitated half day orientation workshop for 40 local CSO members on child protection issues and principles.
The online data base for the UNICEF-supported nation-wide school assessment is finally online! The Ministry of Education will determine how to make the information accessible and to whom. The findings of the assessment will be published shortly.
TRIPOLI, 28 February 2013 – Some 40 percent of the schools in Libya were damaged in the 2011 revolution according to a report released by the Ministry of Education (MoE) and UNICEF today. These findings are based on a recent nationwide school assessment conducted by the MoE and UNICEF, which for the first time has given the Ministry a complete overview of the exact state of all schools in the country.