Communities resisting conflict in Libya

Ahmed Labnouj

Event: Geneva Peace Talks 2016
Location: Palais des Nations, Room XVII
Date: 21/09/2016

“Let’s learn from local communities and not only talk about what is going wrong, but what’s going right and learn from it.” In this talk, Ahmed shares his personal experiences from his work at the community level to help build peace in Libya with a focus on leadership and values. Ahmed Labnouj is a Programme Officer at Interpeace.

Geneva Peace Talks 2016. Recorded at the United Nations Office at Geneva on 21 September 2016.
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Ahmed Labnouj

Peacebuilder, Programme Development Officer at Interpeace

Ahmed is a Middle East and North African expert. He is currently leading Interpeace’s programme in Libya and Tunisia. In this role, he is conducting a Peace Mapping exercise in different areas of Libya to understand local sources of stability and resilience to conflict in order to help bridge polarised communities. Prior to joining Interpeace, he worked for the International Committee of the Red Cross.