In the final episode in this season, our producer Tariq Elmeri goes deeper into Salwa’s family’s pursuit for justice, and why an independent investigation is very important to her sister Iman. We will also hear from activists and journalists, who will bring us closer to understanding what it’s like to work in these fields in Libya today, and what that means for Salwa’s legacy.
This is a story of tragedy and triumph, and one we are honoured to tell. LFJL is sincerely grateful to Salwa’s family and friends, and all of our friends and partners in Libyan civil society who have given us their time and trust to tell this story.
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If you enjoyed this episode, please subscribe and leave us a 5 star review on Apple Podcasts, or wherever you listen. Find our regular hosts on Twitter @Elham_LFJL and @Marwa_LFJL. Libya Matters is produced by @telmeri. Thanks to Iman Bugaighis, Raghda Ibraheem, Ghazi Gheblawi and Libya Idres El-Mesmary for contributing to this episode. Artwork by @OzDominika.
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