"There are periods when I feel scared. I feel I am an easy prey. My movements have become limited. I am afraid to go public places that I used visit in Tripoli to avoid any trouble. I am aware that everything could happen with the proliferation of weapons, chaos and incitement", This is how Souad Salem began to talk about the reality of Libyan women. She is a well-known journalist and a poet who produced several collections of poetry.
Libya is an example of countries affected by political conflicts. The conflicts adversely impact on its economy, specifically on its growth rate. They also affect administration which is today characterised by anarchy. And the armed conflict between warring parties does not let hope for improvement of the situation.
In a time where crossing from the southern shores of the African continent to the European shores in the north,…
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