التقرير الماثل هو عصارة استبيانين أُجْرِيا في ليبيا خلال عامي 2014 و2016. والغاية منه سَبْرُ أغوار القطاع الديني في ليبيا ورصد تأثيره في الحكم والمجتمع.

وقد استندت عملية استخلاص نتائج هذا التقرير إلى الجهود البحثية التي أجراها فريق من الباحثين المحليين الخبراء بالشأن الليبي. وترسم هذه النتائج خريطة لأهم التوجهات الدينية والمؤسسات الدينية والجهات الدينية الفاعلة في ليبيا، وترصد منظور الليبيين لمساهمة القطاع الديني في بناء السلام وتعزيز العدالة والديمقراطية.

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حول التقرير

يركز هذا التقرير على القطاع الديني في ليبيا وتأثيره الحالي – بما في ذلك الإيجابي والسلبي – في بناء السلام والانتقال الديمقراطي. يعتمد التقرير على نتائج الاستبيانين اللذين أجراهما معهد . في ليبيا في 2014 و 2016 )USIP( الولايات المتحدة للسلام كما يعتمد التقرير على المعرفة المحلية للباحثين المقيمين في ليبيا

عن المؤلفين

بلوشه لنا كاكر
كبيرة مسؤولي برامج الدين والمجتمعات التضمينية بالمعهد. وقد
انضمت للمعهد بعد أن قضت أربع سنوات في مؤسسة آسيا حيث
شغلت منصب مديرة شؤون أفغانستان لتمكين المرأة وتطورها.

الزهراء لنقي
هي الرئيس المؤسس لمنبر المرأة الليبية من أجل السلام، وهي
باحثة في الدراسات الإسلامية، ومشاركة في عملية السلام الجارية
في ليبيا.

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