We Support Human rights causes and more !

What We Do


— We Find & Fund

Support and engage in fundraising activities and events.


— We Build Networks

Cooperate with national and international organisations and bodies concerned with human rights, in a way that contributes to achieving the goals of Alrassed International and developing its relations with it.


— We Strengthen

Encourage, assist, support and protect local community-based human rights bodies and individual activists


— We Educate

Work to spread the culture of public freedoms and human rights and raise awareness of them, with the assistance of civil rights bodies, institutions and bodies concerned with education, education, information and education.


— We Provide Care

Challenge before the judiciary courts any law, legislation, or decision that includes a violation of public freedoms or human rights, as well as work with the legislative authority to avoid the issuance of any legislation that violates human rights and publish reports of what it is doing in this regard.


— We Consult

Contribute to opinion in preparing reports that the state is obliged to submit periodically to human rights committees and bodies, in implementation of international agreements, and in responding to queries from these authorities in this regard.

What We Care For!

Alrassed International Women Focus group
National Reconciliation Conference Libya
Libya's Hope For a Civil State - Conference 2019
Free All Political Prisoners

Help Alrassed International in supporting the initiative of the Minister of Justice in the Government of National Unity #Libya, Mrs. Halima Ibrahim, who called for the formation of a committee with international participants to urge the release of detainees in prisons that are not under the states direct authority or control. Demanding that these illegal authorities to immediately release all prisoners. 







Tawergha: A Long Way Home

The suffering road of Tawergha City wrote the saddest stories of how to feel homeless at home, for crimes they never committed.

With no functioning government to provide support, there are more than 400,000 displaced People in Libya, and they have nowhere to run; Tawerghan people are still facing racism and mass displacement in their own country.