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28.05.2020

 

Deutsch-Libysches Forum am 28.05.2020 von 18-19 Uhr | Mit Prof. Amal El-Obeidi, Professor of Political Science at the Department of Political Science, University of Benghazi, Libya

 

 

Deutsch-Libysches Forum 2020 | auf Englisch und Deutsch | Donnerstag, 28.05.2020, 18 -19 Uhr | Online per ZOOM | Zugangsdaten nach Anmeldung per Mail: info[at]d-a-g[.]de

 

Keynote: Prof. Amal El-Obeidi, Professor of Political Science, University of Benghazi, Libya

Einführung: Dr. Aly Masednah Kothany, Libyscher Ex-Botschafter

Moderation: Harald Moritz Bock, DAG-Generalsekretär


Weitere Teilnehmer, u.a.: 

· Jehad Abuhajer, Neurologe des Krankenhauses Plau am See

· Rüdiger Kersten, Politikwissenschaftler

· Yasmin Schneider, Feldforschung JNU Delhi

· Dr. Amina Tall, Leiterin der DAG-Geschäftsstelle, Gesamtleitung der DAG-Arbeitsgruppen

 

Tribes are the most important element that contributed to the formation of political culture in contemporary Libya. As social institutions are able to act as a central source of identity and security in the absence, or weakness of the state. Moreover, tribes rely on traditional mechanisms to resolve conflicts between individuals, through customary justice systems that are used to reach settlements, to resolve conflicts and contribute to peace between members of a tribe, or between different tribes and groups. The nature of the Qadhafi regime, which was characterized by individualism and exclusion, systematically contributed to the destruction of the various political structures, which resulted in an institutional and constitutional void that lasted for more than four decades, and greatly affected the nature of the transitional period that followed Qadhafi’s rule. The focus on the impact of the post-Qadhafi transitional period on the tribe and the tribal politics is very significant, in order to re-explore the tribe’s role, tribalism as a source of identity and tribal politics of Libya’s post-Qadhafi specifically during the period of fragmentation since 2014.

 

Vita: Amal El-Obeidi is Professor of Political Science at the Department of Political Science, University of Benghazi, Libya. Currently she is research fellow at the Institute for African Studies (IAS) at Bayreuth University. She has been a Humboldt fellow at the University of Bayreuth and Associate researcher in the DFG-funded research project “Political in the Making”-  University of Bayreuth in Germany. She is also the Co-founder and Vice President of the Libyan Experts Forum since 2017. She was working also as a consulting to UNDP and UNSMIL project “Towards National Reconciliation in Libya Project” during the period 2017-2019. A consultant to ESCWA project on the “Libyan Socio-Economic Dialogue” during the period January 2019 to present. Among her publications, Political Culture in Libya (2001) Routledge, Political Socialization and National Identity in Libya”, in Libyan Identity: Multidisciplinary Approaches, (2019) University of Benghazi and University of Liden, Local Reconciliation in Libya since 2011: Actors, Process, and Mechanisms, in Multiplicity of Orders and Practices, in Multiplicity of Orders and Practices (2019), Thomas Hüsken and etal (eds), Cologne, Rödiger Köppe, and Institutional Building and Governance in Libya: Challenges of Conflict Phase, (2020), ESCWA. The Upcoming research project, (Thomas Hüsken & Amal Obeidi) entitled Cyrenaica contested: Politics, Identity and Justice in Times of Turmoil. Amal Obeidi’s is specializes in gender issues, Governance and state building, security issues, especially in the Mediterranean region, peace building and conflict resolution, the issue of reconciliation and transitional justice.

 

Mit besten Grüßen

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