The MENA Programme's work on Libya focuses on scenarios for political transition, state building and economic reconstruction in Libya.

The Chatham House Libya Working Group, established in February 2011 and convened by Sir Richard Dalton, meets regularly throughout the year and seeks to widen the framework of political debate on Libya, leading to innovative policy recommendations which influence critical policy decisions.

The Libya Working Group meets every 2 to 3 months, bringing together experts from a wide range of backgrounds and sectors and providing a forum for the sharing of expertise and the debate of new ideas. Meetings take the form of multi disciplinary roundtable discussions, held under the Chatham House Rule.

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