By: Robin Yassin-Kassa In January 2011, days after the first uprising in Tunisia and the protests in Tahrir Square, the Guardian invited leading writers from across the Arab world to reflect on the revolutionary fervour sweeping the region.
By: Robin Yassin-Kassa In January 2011, days after the first uprising in Tunisia and the protests in Tahrir Square, the Guardian...Read More
Executive Summary: As Libya proceeds through a political transition launched following the overthrow of Muammar Gaddafi in 2011, the National Democratic Institute (NDI) and JMW Consulting are conducting a series of nationwide public opinion...
by Fathi Ali, Michael Robbins Drawing from an Arab Barometer survey undertaken in March and April 2014, Fathi Ali and Michael Robbins document the evolution of Libyans’ opinions about their country’s institutions, desired political system...
Transitional justice, the range of mechanisms employed to achieve redress for past human rights violations,
International Foundation for Electoral Systems A nationwide survey examining the civic, political and economic participation of Libyan women and exploring public attitudes toward women’s roles, rights and domestic violence.
(NDI) and (JMW) As Libya proceeds through its political transition, a process set in motion by the overthrow of Muammar Gaddafi in 2011,
JMW CONSULTING The Islamist-Secularist Divide And What It Means for Transitions in the Arab World
Three nationally-representative surveys of 1200 Libyans conducted May 2013, September 2013, and January 2014.