Libya Matters

38: Noha Aboueldahab on the Role of the Diaspora

August 17, 2022 Lawyers for Justice in Libya
Libya Matters
38: Noha Aboueldahab on the Role of the Diaspora
Show Notes

For the final episode of the season, hosts Elham and Marwa welcome Dr. Noha Aboueldahab to Libya Matters to explore the role of the Libyan diaspora and what diasporas can offer to justice in their home country. 

Dr. Noha Aboueldahab is a Non-Resident Fellow in the Foreign Policy programme at the Brookings Institution, Assistant Professor at Georgetown University in Qatar, and Senior Non-Resident Fellow at the Middle East Council on Global Affairs . She is an award-winning specialist in transitional justice and her forthcoming book examines the role of Arab diasporas in changing the way we think about and the way we pursue justice and political change. 

Our latest report, “Justice is the only way forward”: Perceptions of justice in Libya ten years on, explores the perceptions of justice of Libyans, their views on the transitional justice process and their priorities for accountability ten years on from the 2011 uprising. 

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