Report ‘Searching for Justice in Post-Gaddafi Libya’ successfully launched
The followings are some Policy Suggestions from the Report of the AJIDIL Research Project published by Van Vollenhoven Institute, as part of a larger research project on achieving sustainable peacebuilding in Libya, funded by the City of The Hague.
– call the international Community to engage with Libya as a long-term commitment, and support the statebuilding process
–Prioritise improving security by dismantling the militias and peaceful and law-based approach to all justice issues
–Produce realistic analyses of justice problems in society and state.
–Ensure that judicial rulings on major socio-political issues are based on well-founded reasons, informed by available academic knowledge, notably from legal and social sciences.
–Provide the police and all legal professionals with training in the field of human rights, due process and fair trial.
-Create a research environment for alpha and gamma-faculties, which rewards quality research that addresses important social, economic, legal, public administration, and political issues
– Research potentially serious but “hidden” injustices, such as gender-based violence.