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Event: 6/25/2019 Wilson Center, Unpacking the Conflict in Libya: A Private Briefing with Anas El Gomati, Director of the Sadeq Institute


Unpacking the Conflict in Libya: A Private Briefing with Anas El Gomati, Director of the Sadeq Institute

The Wilson Center’s Africa Program and Middle East Program invite you to a briefing with Anas El Gomati, Director of Libya’s first think tank, the Sadeq Insitute, on Tuesday, June 25 from 10:30 am-12:00 pm in the 6th Floor Boardroom at the Wilson Center.
Mr. El Gomati will give a briefing on the current situation in Libya and address geopolitical dynamics at play as well as competing narratives around the conflict. His remarks will also highlight the most pressing challenges facing Libya and its people, including the dire situation of the internally displaced across the country.
Merissa Khurma, Project Director, Middle East Special Initiatives at the Wilson Center will moderate the meeting. Michael Morrow, Senior Diplomatic Fellow with the Africa Program will give opening remarks.
This event will be held under Chatham House non-attribuation rule.

Mr. Mike Morrow
Senior Diplomatic Fellow, Africa Program, Wilson Center

Mr. Anas El Gomati
Founder and Director General, Sadeq Institute, Libya

Ms. Merissa Khurma
Project Manager, Middle East Special Initiatives, Wilson Center

Tuesday, June 25, 2019
10:30 AM-12:00 PM
6th Floor Boardroom
Wilson Center
Ronald Reagan Building and
International Trade Center
One Woodrow Wilson Plaza
1300 Pennsylvania, Ave., NW
Washington, D.C. 20004

Phone: 202.691.4000
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