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Cost of Conflict in Libya "Exceeds $576 bn"

Cost of conflict in Libya exceeds $576 billion, ESCWA study finds The cost of the conflict in Libya since its outbreak in 2011 exceeds 783 billion Libyan dinars (LYD), i.e. $576 billion according to the official exchange rate (bearing in mind that different rates coexist in the Libyan market). This is one of the key […]

New Career Opportunities in Libya

By John Lee. The following career opportunities in Libya have been recently advertised: Local Security Associate, UNDP - United Nations Development Programme Protection Coordinator, IOM - International Organization for Migration Programme Coordinator, ESCWA - Economic and Social Commission for Western Asia Logistics Coordinator, International Medical Corps Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning (MEAL) Manager, International Medical Corps Projektmanager […]

Forum on Libya's Post-Conflict Recovery

Libyan Experts Forum Devises Ways to Contribute to Country’s Post-conflict Recovery A meeting of Libyan academics, prominent experts and business leaders convened in Tunis 11-12 October 2015 with a view to addressing the country’s socio-economic problems and exploring ways to contribute to post-conflict recovery under a future unity government. The Libya Experts Development Cooperation Forum […]

Libya Joins the ESCWA

UN Under-Secretary-General and Executive Secretary of ESCWA, Rima Khalaf, today said that full Arab integration, which takes into account its economic, social and cultural dimensions, can no longer remain a purely intellectual luxury. Rather, it is a strategic choice and a fundamental prerequisite of an Arab renaissance, which can provide security and welfare for people, […]