Libya’s Long Road to Freedom of Information

On the 10th of December 1948, representatives of 58 countries from all parts of the world came together in Paris to write world history. The group members of the United Nations General Assembly adopted the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. While the document focuses on basic rights and liberties of all human beings, it also […]

From Tunisia to Libya: Peace-building female journalists

From my quarantine room in one of the capital city’s hotels in Tunis, I sat facing my computer’s camera to participate in an online workshop for Tunisian and Libyan female journalists in the framework of the “Gender and Media Forum on Women, Peace, and Security: The Role of Women Journalists in Promoting for Peace” co-organized […]

Supporting a new culture of fact checking in Libya

Fake news are dangerous. They can threaten social stability and even endanger human lives. This was one of the main topics that a group of journalists from all over Libya discussed during a 10-day-training on the “Basics of Fact Checking” from August 24th to September 4th 2020. The course was jointly implemented by the Canadian […]

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