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Libya — A Long Way From Home – Migrants’ Housing Conditions In Libya (23 Nov 2020)

Housing is a basic human need and is central to social, emotional and economic well-being. Housing is closely tied to the way migrants and host populations live, organize their lives and their sense of security. As of September 2020, over 584,000 migrants were in Libya residing in a variety of housing arrangements including rented apartments, migrant guest houses and accommodation provided by employers.