Media Coverage of Libya since 2011: too many shortcuts

Event time: 
Thursday, April 14, 2022 - 11:30am to 1:30pm
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The event seeks to provide a richer picture of developments in Libya over the last decade, complementing the narrow accounts (focused on war, tribes and migration) prevalent in Western media.
Sana Sbouaï is an investigative journalist whose work focuses on North Africa since the 2011 revolutions. Since then, she has spent most of her time in the region and continues to visit regularly for work. She has extensively covered Libya and Tunisia over this decade. She has studied law, political science, journalism, and sociology.
Jalel Harchaoui is a researcher specializing in Libya. His work covers aspects such as the country’s security landscape and political economy. Jalel holds a master’s degree in Geopolitics from Paris 8 University. A frequent commentator on Libya in the international press, he has published in Foreign Affairs, Lawfare, Politique Étrangère, Foreign Policy, and Small Arms Survey. He is based in Paris.

Sana Sbouaï and Jalel Harchaoui