Ceasefire in Libya: A Gift for U.N. Day?

(Geneva).   On Friday 23 October 2020;  Stephanie Williams;  the U.N. acting Special Envoy for Libya said that the  representatives of the parties in Geneva had agreed to a ceasefire starting 24 October;  U.N. Day.  All military units and armed groups on the
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Strategic Nonviolent Struggle Spreads

By Rene Wadlow. “In the face of felt oppression;  strategic nonviolent struggle can become a viable alternative both to violence and also to passive submission.  You have to learn as much about nonviolent struggle as possible; know your own situation as well
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Covid-19. NGO Transformations amid Uncertainty.

by Rene Wadlow. World wide; the Covid-19 pandemic has caught both governments and non-governmental organizations (NGO); unprepared for the scope and complexity of the challenges. The lockdowns have had strong economic consequences; as well as social consequences; including; the rapid rise of
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Libya: The Fairy Godmothers hoping to bless a new State Structure meet in Berlin.

by Rene Wadlow. The Fairy Godmothers of world politics met in Berlin,  on 19 January 2020 to assist at the birth of a State structure arising,  from the currently deeply divided factions of Libya: German Chancellor,  Angela Merkel and U.N. Secretary-General Antonio
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The Association Of World Citizens – Libya Appeal

The Association  of World Citizens calls for a ceasefire in Libya, the respect of international  Humanitarian Law and the start of negotiations  in good  faith on the future Constitutional Structure of the State. The Association of World Citizens, responding to calls for assistance
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