On the occasion of launching (Support “DAAM” Project” to assist civil society organizations, Democratic Transition and Human Rights Support Center “DAAM” would like to warmly congratulate Libyan Commission for Civil Society with which it has a solid relationship.
The Center also expresses its satisfaction with the Commission’s positive interaction with the experts’ recommendations that were presented during the roundtable on the bill organizing the work of civil society in Libya that was organized by the Center in cooperation with Friedrich Naumann Foundation for Liberty within the memo of understanding that gathers Democratic Transition and Human Rights Support Center “DAAM”, Friedrich Naumann Foundation for Liberty (Tunisia-Libya office), Defender Center for Human Rights, and the Libyan Commission for Civil Society. It should be noted that the roundtable is the fourth activity that gathers the commission and DAAM center within the center’s capacity building program.
DAAM center considers that this interaction that is reflected on both the level of naming and the content through the horizontal and participatory approaches to civil affairs in Libya, which is an important step towards a new, democracy-based Libya.
DAAM center also expresses its readiness to continue its support for the Commission’s activities at both the cognitive and organizational levels regarding all that is related to human rights and democratic transition, especially as it considers that one of the most important factors of the success of the Commission reached today is that is open to comparative experiences in the region and that it benefits from Knowledge provided by multiple experts whose diversity of expertise and approach was a rich element that DAAM center focused on investing in during various organized meetings.
At the end, the Center hopes to further support the Libyan Commission of Civil Society in its support for the work of civil society organizations as we believe in the fundamental role played by these organizations in consolidating the culture of human rights in Libya and that this role cannot be productive unless it is formulated and activated in a way that brings all the participants away from the vertical approach of the public affairs.