Euro-Med Monitor in Libya

Libya’s interim government faced multiple challenges. Myriad armed groups controlled security in many parts of the country, thousands of detainees remained in government and militia-controlled detention facilities without access to justice, and rampant ill-treatment and deaths in custody persisted. Forced displacement of tens of thousands of people from the town of Tawergha by militias from nearby Misrata had yet to be resolved. Authorities failed to conclude any investigations into politically motivated assassinations, attacks on protesters in Benghazi and Tripoli, and attacks on journalists and foreign diplomatic missions, citing lack of resources and the precarious security situation.

New report: Libyan laws discriminate against Libyan women married to foreign nationals

Euro-Med Monitor: Saudi Arabia responsible for safety of Libyan individuals subjected to enforced disappearance for 16 months

Press Release: On migrants stranded for 10 days on a merchant ship in the Mediterranean

At HRC: Euro-Med Monitor reviews youth’s human rights in Syria and Libya, calls for holding position of special rapporteur for youth

In a seminar organized by NGOs, Euro-Med Monitor discusses the responsibility of the international community to protect civilians in Palestine, Libya and Iraq

At HRC: Euro-Med Monitor calls for establishment of mechanism to support victims of torture in Libya

Libya: Conflicting parties must stop fighting in Tripoli, neutralize civilians

Humanitarian Field Workers in the Middle East: Victims of Duty

Euro-Med Monitor : Assault on Tawergha’s displaced persons and attempting to force them out of Tripoli is a war crime

Euro-Med Monitor to address UN Special Rapporteur following arbitrary measures by Libyan Judiciary against Tripoli Prosecutor