LFJL’s work is rooted in a rights-based and victim-centred approach: we believe that all engagement and policies must be founded on a framework of human rights and ensure that individuals and communities can participate fully as a fundamental part of leading dignified lives. Libyans must be central to efforts to strengthen respect for human rights, accountability, and the rule of law in the country. Victims are crucial as key stakeholders in Libya and they will have unique perspectives. In that spirit, we are publishing the Victims’ Voices series to highlight perceptions of victims and their families on key transitional justice and accountability mechanisms.
In this paper, we highlight the perceptions of victims and their families on participation at the International Criminal Court. Download here.