Libyan Human Rights Commission was founded in 1985 to promote compliance with Human Rights & Democracy in Libya. The Commission Constitution & By Laws will soon be amended to reflect the recent changes in political and human rights conditions in Libya.
The Commission is organized to promote Libyan Compliance with Human Rights as defined and declared in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights adopted and proclaimed by the peoples of the world through the General Assembly of the United Nations on December 10, 1948
A profile of the work of the Libyan Human Rights Commission 1985 - 1995
Libyan Human Rights Commission raised awareness of human rights violations in Libya for over 15 years through its direct worldwide campaigns and appeals to world governments, testimonies to United States House of Representatives, United Nations Human Rights Commission, in New York, Switzerland, and Austria as well as human rights organizations; Amnesty International, Human Rights Watch and others.