We're recruiting in London

We're recruiting in London

LFJL is currently recruiting staff for its London office to provide support to the organisation’s core programmes and administration.

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Destoori

Destoori

The Destoori Team visited over to 35 communities across Libya to engage with everyday people about the constitution. Hear what they had to say!

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Take the Destoori Questionnaire

Take the Destoori Questionnaire

How do you think the upcoming Constitution should best protect your interests? Take the Destoori online questionnaire today!

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Lawyers for Justice in Libya awarded Charity Status

Lawyers for Justice in Libya awarded Charity Status

LFJL is pleased to announce that it has been granted charitable status by the Charity Commission for England and Wales.

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Latest News and Events

Open letter to the Constitutional Drafting Assembly calling for comprehensive prohibition of torture and ill-treatment in Libya’s future constitution

29 June 2016

Lawyers for Justice in Libya (LFJL) and The Redress Trust (REDRESS), two human rights organisations working on the prohibition of torture and ill-treatment in Libya, welcome the CDA’s efforts to produce a constitution for Libya.  However, our organisations are concerned that the draft constitution published by the CDA in April 2016 (the April 2016 Constitutional Draft), does not adequately guarantee the absolute prohibition of torture and ill-treatment within Libya’s territory or jurisdiction.  We are now writing to urge you as Members of the CDA to ensure that the future constitution of Libya is in line with international standards, upholds the absolute prohibition of torture and ill-treatment, ensures accountability of perpetrators and provides for a right of victims to redress.

'Reporting on Torture' media handbook launched to support journalists

26 June 2016

A new handbook launches today, on the United Nations International Day in Support of Victims of Torture, to support journalists who report on torture. The ‘Reporting on Torture’ handbook provides accurate, up-to-date information and guidance in four languages (English, Arabic, Spanish and Nepalese) to help journalists cover the subject in detail, regardless of their experience.

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