Civil society organisations dismayed by inadequate Human Rights Council Libya resolution despite worsening situation.
LFJL’s key recommendations for the 21st Assembly of State Parties of the International Criminal Court | 5-10 December 2022
Ten years after the Libyan uprising in 2011, LFJL conducted in-depth research to gather views on justice and accountability across the country.
LFJL reflects on the opportunities and limitations of the ICC's updated roadmap on Libya set out by the Prosecutor.
Doing Justice: International Investigations and the Path to Accountability
On 21 March, the UN Human Rights Council (HRC) issued a resolution on Libya that once again failed to recognise the essential need to put an end to the ongoing human rights violations in the country.
LFJL calls on Libya to hold perpetrators to account
To address the urgent need for legal action to safeguard the human rights of migrants, LFJL is launching a campaign to provide routes to justice for migrants abused and tortured in Libya.
LFJL calls on the Libyan state and international community to investigate these fragrant violations of international law and ensure that the perpetrators are held to account.
LFJL calls on Libya and the international community to take steps to prevent the further loss of life and ensure accountability for these crimes.
LFJL’s five recommendations for the 16th session.
LFJL strongly condemns these acts and calls on the ICC to investigate.
LFJL calls for the LNA to cooperate with the ICC and to surrender Al-Werfalli to The Hague.
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