The Conflict-Sensitive Assistance to Libya (CSA) Forum brings together representatives of international organisations and governments to jointly review the context in which assistance to Libya is being delivered. Participants analyse conflict developments and reflect on the interaction between the context and the international community’s interventions, with a view to maximising the positive impact of assistance to Libya. 
 

 

FORUM UPDATES

 

 

28th Meeting (13 December 2018, Tunis)

The Conflict-Sensitive Assistance in Libya forum, convened by the Embassy of Switzerland to Libya and facilitated by the Peaceful Change initiative (PCi), met for its 28th meeting on 13 December 2018.
The meeting covered:

  •  Presentation of a refreshed conflict analysis framework for the CSA forum;
  • Updating the joint conflict analysis of the CSA process and considering the conflict sensitivity implications of changes in the Libyan peace and conflict context since the last CSA forum meeting;

For summary of discussions please click here.

 

 

27th Meeting (18 October 2018, Tunis)

The Conflict-Sensitive Assistance in Libya forum, convened by the Embassy of Switzerland to Libya and facilitated by the Peaceful Change initiative (PCi), met for its 27th meeting on 18 October 2018. The meeting covered the following:

  • Presentation of a refreshed conflict analysis framework for the CSA forum;
  • Updating the joint conflict analysis of the CSA process and considering the conflict sensitivity implications of the last two months;


For Summary of discussions please click
here.

 

 

26th Meeting (9 August 2018, Tunis)

The Conflict-Sensitive Assistance in Libya Forum was convened by the Embassy of Switzerland to Libya and facilitated by the Peaceful Change Initiative (PCi). The meeting covered the following:

  • An overview of the CSA process and its various components, including a refresher presentation on conflict sensitivity;
  • A joint update of the shared conflict analysis and review of changes in Libya since the last meeting, and their implications for delivery and the conflict sensitivity of assistance;
  • Presentation and discussion of social cohesion and component communities in Libya, and the effect of international assistance providers. 


For Summary of discussions please click
here.

 

 

25th Meeting (7 June 2018, Tunis)

The Conflict-Sensitive Assistance in Libya Forum was convened by the Embassy of Switzerland to Libya and facilitated by the Peaceful Change Initiative (PCi). The meeting covered the following:

  •  An overview of the CSA process and its various components, including a refresher presentation on conflict sensitivity;
  • A joint update of the shared conflict analysis and review of the implications of recent changes in the context for delivery and the conflict sensitivity of assistance;
  • Presentation and discussion of the implications of the conflict sensitivity considerations relating to the conflict/informal economy.

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24th Meeting (22 March 2018, Tunis)

The Conflict-Sensitive Assistance in Libya Forum was hosted by UNDP Libya and the Swiss Embassy to Libya and facilitated by the Peaceful Change Initiative (PCI). There were 27 participants representing 20 different organisations and embassies. The meeting covered the following:

  • An overview of the CSA and its various components;
  • A joint update of the shared conflict analysis;
  • Presentation and discussion on conflict sensitive assistance to Libya in the context of planned elections. ​


For summary of discussions please click here.

 

 

23rd Meeting (18 January 2018, Tunis)

The Conflict-Sensitive Assistance in Libya (CSA) forum, co-hosted by UNDP Libya and the Swiss Embassy to Libya and facilitated by the Peaceful Change Initiative (PCi), met for its 23rd meeting on 18 January at the Acropole Hotel in Tunis. The meeting was attended by 41 persons from 23 different organisations and embassies.

Agenda

 An overview of the CSA process and its various components;
 A joint update of the shared conflict analysis;
 Presentation and discussion of conflict sensitivity implications of delivering assistance in the context of armed groups.

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