Since 2011, Libya has experienced political turmoil that has reverberated across its society. Recognizing the broad impacts of these developments, the International Organization for Migration (IOM) commissioned a study of long-term migrants in Libya, focusing specifically on circumstances related to livelihoods, remittances, and security. The SIPA team developed a mixed-methods approach consisting of a literature review, semi-structured interviews with key experts, and a survey administered to long-term migrants in Libya. The survey was fielded nationwide and resulted in approximately 1,300 responses. The team analyzed the data through STATA and prepared a final analytical report, presenting pertinent findings and providing recommendations for future IOM programming. The report was published by IOM and can be viewed here