Workshop “Building an Effective Justice System in the State of Libya”

LCDHR, in collaboration with the International Organization for Penal Reform (PRI), organised in May 2024 in the city of Hammamet / Tunisia, a five-day training workshop attended by 13 participants representing the Libyan government and state institutions, civil society organisations, and academics.

The title of the workshop was “Building an Effective Justice System in the State of Libya: The Vision of Libyan National Institutions”.

The focus of the workshops was on opening a discussion to build a framework for cooperation between relevant parties. The aim was to formulate proposals, ideas, and opportunities to build a comprehensive and effective justice system that responds to the international standards of justice.

During the workshop, the delegates formulated a perspective for institutional partnership between all institutions concerned with penal reform and improving people’s access to justice. They also used the opportunity to open and dialogue and discussion on mechanisms for protecting human rights during legal proceedings.

The workshop was a direct result of the support of the Dutch Foreign Ministry, through its scholarship program for the Middle East and North Africa region managed by NUFFIC.

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