Gender-specific barriers caused by Libya’s political insecurity are major obstacles to female activism in Libya today. The Libyan state must be strengthened to combat them.
Casey Hogle is a second-year master's student at The Fletcher School, where she is Co-Editor-in-Chief of PRAXIS: The Fletcher Journal of Human Security (www.fletcher.tufts.edu/Praxis). She spent her summer working with civil society activists in Tripoli, Libya.
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