Events 27 November 2017 Rome
State Building in Libya. Integrating Diversities, Traditions and Citizenship
Rome

On Monday 27th of November 2017 at 11.30 am

Reset Dialogues on Civilizations is glad to invite you to the book presentation “State Building in Libya. Integrating Diversities, Traditions and Citizenship” that collects essays written by Massimo Campanini, Irene Costantini, Federico Cresti, Moncef Djaziri, Courtney Erwin, Thomas Hüsken, Georg Klute, Wolfgang Kraus, Arturo Varvelli, with an afterword by Roberto Toscano.

State Building in Libya
Bearing the weight 
of history and the influence of Europe and Italy

Istituto Affari Internazionali
Via Angelo Brunetti 9, Rome

Introduced by
Giancarlo Bosetti Director of Reset DOC

Speakers
Silvia Colombo, Senior Fellow, Mediterranean and Middle East Programme, IAI
Arturo Varvelli Senior Research Fellow at ISPI and Co-Head of ISPI’s Middle East and North Africa Centre

With the participation of the Minister of the Interior
Marco Minniti

Will it be possible to achieve stable government and legislation in Libya? Which conditions would facilitate such an outcome? What influence could family relations and the army have with the various clans? What is the role played by women and young people in the peacebuilding process? In a territory characterized by vast distances, deserts, an unequal distribution of resources and tribal divisions, the Libyan political landscape seems increasingly unstable. The presentation of the monograph (in English) will provide a great opportunity to start an in-depth analysis of the obstacles complicating the state-building process from a social, political and legal perspective. The discussion will address the roles that both Italy and Europe play in a process dramatically affected by the humanitarian refugee crisis.

The presentation of the monograph (text in English) will be a great occasion to delve into an in-depth exploration of the obstacles which complicate the formation of an actual state-building process from a social, political and legal perspective. We will also discuss the role that both Italy and Europe have in a process dramatically impacted by the humanitarian refugee crisis.

EVENT IS FREE OF CHARGE AND OPEN TO ALL

To participate, please enroll by contacting us at info@resetdoc.org 

Working Language: Italian