Lawyers for Justice in Libya depends on your support! Your donation will make a difference by ensuring we are able to continue to work defending human rights and pursuing accountability on the ground in Libya. Please consider helping by donating:
Online Donation Terms & Conditions
To ensure the integrity and independence of our work, individual online donations are limited to £10,000 per donor/per year. The burden is on the donor not to exceed such limits.
If you would like to donate a greater amount, please consider applying to become a member of our Philanthropist Fund. For more information on how and what membership entails please email us on firstname.lastname@example.org.
Donations made through this service to LFJL are unconditional. No donor will have the ability to direct or control LFJL’s spending of their donation, work as an organisation, or policies. LFJL reserves the right, in its absolute discretion, to return any donation, including where LFJL believes a donation to be inconsistent with its mission statement or goals. Should you have any difficulty with our online donation system, please e-mail email@example.com.
LFJL regularly holds events in Libya and the UK, here is how to register your interest:
The Research and Capacity Building Programme technical trainings aimed at Libyan lawyers and activists working on human rights issues such as the prohibition of torture, freedom of expression, documentation of violations, international and regional strategic litigation and advocacy, among others. If you are actively engaged in related human rights work and would like to be considered for participation in a future training programme, please complete the sign up form here.
As part of its Advocacy and Outreach work, LFJL seeks to support the next generation of human rights activists by actively engaging Libya’s youth in discussions and capacity building on the importance of human rights. Initiatives include student focused events such as human rights themed debates and mooting. If you would like to get involved, or would like us to consider holding an event at your university, please reach out to us here.
To be notified about discussion events that LFJL is holding or participating in, sign up here.
Help us spread the word! Please join the conversation on our social media channels and help us to share news of our projects, events and research.
We are interested in receiving pitches for collaborative research projects! If you have an idea for a piece of research that you think fits within, or could expand upon, one of our programme areas, please get in touch and pitch it to us.
Email a short outline of your idea along with your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Working for Lawyers for Justice in Libya means joining a team that exists, 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.
We aspire to give our employees the opportunity to work in a positive and friendly environment and one where they are able to have a fulfilling 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.
Check back regularly for new job postings or e-mail email@example.com.
We are seeking an enthusiastic, positive and hard working Operations Officer to provide logistical and administrative support to our team. Please read the full job description here. To apply, please send your CV and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org by midnight Sunday 12 September.
We are looking for an enthusiastic, creative Communications Manager to join our close-knit London office and support our lawyers to communicate our work and mission in Libya and internationally. You will relish the opportunity to work in collaboration with our programme and management teams to devise a communications strategy that will take our organisation to the next level. This role is based in London and is offered for 12 months with the possibility of extension. Please read the full job description and further details of how to apply here.
We are also seeking a part-time Communications Intern. This is a varied role and a great opportunity to develop knowledge of human rights and key skills sought after in a range of communications roles. This is an unpaid position. To apply, send your CV, short writing sample and a brief cover letter (max 1 page) outlining your skills, experience and availability to email@example.com. Applications will be assessed on a rolling basis and interviews will take place as suitable candidates are identified. Please read the full job description here.
We are also seeking a part-time Programmes Intern to support with varied research and advocacy related tasks. This is an unpaid position. To apply, please email a copy of your CV, a brief cover letter specifying your interest and availability, and a writing sample to firstname.lastname@example.org by 10 October 2021. Please read the full job description here.
Volunteering with 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.
We offer a wide range of volunteer opportunities including work experience, internships, contributions to events and fundraising.
We aspire to give our volunteers the opportunity to work in a positive and friendly environment and one where they are able to have a fulfiling experience while contributing to our work towards a Libya based on the rule of law and democracy where human rights are respected and upheld.
Check back regularly for new volunteering opportunities or e-mail email@example.com.