Working for Lawyers for Justice in Libya means joining a team that exists and works for, and is passionate about, the defence and the promotion of justice in Libya through the promotion of human rights, the rule of law and democracy. Our team works in five cities, speaks six languages and is qualified in seven jurisdictions. We aspire to give our employees and volunteers the opportunity to work in a positive and friendly environment and one where they are able to have a fulfiling experience and one which works towards building a Libya based on the rule of law and democracy where human rights are respected and upheld. Lawyers for Justice in Libya believes that a diverse workforce is a stronger workforce and therefore does not discriminate in its hiring practices. Employees and volunteers are expected to have the appropriate work permits to work in the country for which they are applying for a position.
LFJL is currently recruiting interns to provide support to the organisation’s core programmes and administration.Successful candidates will primarily assist LFJL with research and implementation of its constitutional law project Destoori, which intends to generate a sense of ownership and awareness of Libya’s new constitution. This would be an excellent opportunity for an individual who wants to make a change and is passionate about social reform and democratic transition. This is a non-paid position. Find out more information and how to apply by clicking "Full Description".
Lawyers for Justice in Libya is seeking a committed, creative, and skilled communications manager to plan, oversee and implement LFJL’s media strategy, campaigns, and all internal and external communications. The new Communications Manager will play a crucial role in communicating LFJL’s work to a wide range of audiences through various mediums, interacting with a wide range of individuals and entities, and creating new relationships. This is a very exciting opportunity to develop in a new and growing NGO as we look to further raise our public profile and impact.
Lawyers for Justice in Libya is seeking a dynamic, experienced, and ambitious fundraising manager to oversee, design, and undertake the fundraising operations of the organisation. The new Fundraising Manager will play a crucial role in increasing the organisation’s donations and securing funding. This is a great opportunity for up and coming fundraising professionals to help to oversee many of the day-to-day management decisions for a growing international organisation.