Caabu online discussion on Libya: what are the prospects for a political solution?

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Caabu invites you to an online discussion on Wednesday 22 April 2020 at 14:00 (BST) on Libya with Elham Saudi, Anas El Gomati, and Tarek Megerisi:

Libya: what are the prospects for a political solution? 

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Please register below ahead of time to join this online briefing.

https://zoom.us/meeting/register/tJwrfuGurjgiF3Dh1LXLROoqQoJuHtHAWg 

When: Wednesday 22 April 2020, 14:00 (BST) 

Where: Online. Sign up for the discussion  here.

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About the speakers

Elham Saudi is the co-founder and Director of Lawyers for Justice in Libya. She is a solicitor with expertise in human rights and international humanitarian law. She has advised a number of Libyan, European and international bodies in relation to the Libyan conflict. Her work looks at questions of justice, accountability and the rule of law in Libya.  She was a Visiting Professor at the Helena Kennedy Centre for International Justice and a former Associate Fellow in the International Law Programme at Chatham House. 

She Tweets @Elham_LFJL.

Anas El Gomati is the founder and current Director General of the Tripoli-based Sadeq Institute, the first independent public policy think tank in Libya established in August 2011.  

He has held several positions across the Middle East and Europe, as a visiting fellow at the Carnegie Middle East Centre in Beirut, Lebanon and visiting lecturer at the NATO Defence College in Rome, Italy. 

He Tweets @AGomati.

Tarek Megerisi is a policy fellow with the North Africa and Middle East programme at the European Council on Foreign Relations. He is a political analyst and researcher specialising in politics, governance and development in the Arab world and has worked on Libya's transition in a variety of capacities since 2012. 

He Tweets @Tmegrisi.

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