The Libyan American Alliance condemns in the strongest terms the senseless attack and kidnapping of independent medical personnel on Friday, October 11th, 2019 in the …
JUSTICE AND ACCOUNTABILITY
LAA strives to hold accountable all actors perpetuating the instability in Libya as well as entities implicated in gross human rights violations, sweeping human rights abuses, and war crimes – whether a Libyan citizen, militias, external backer, foreign national, or state-affiliated mercenary. To that end, LAA has consulted on a suit against a warlord
Through LAA’s partnership with the NoMuslimBanEver campaign, our organization had the opportunity to take on a number of ventures to fight against the travel ban on Libyan visitors. Throughout the campaign, LAA encouraged Libyan Americans across the country to get in touch with their representatives about the NO BAN Act and shared campaign media about the Muslim Ban.
Executive director of LAA
Dhaouadi has over 30 years of experience in designing and managing advocacy and community development and engagement initiatives across the United States and the Middle East.
Director of Communications of LAA
Manager of Government Affairs and Advocacy
Omar Tabuni has worked with law firms and non profits on matters rights human rights litigation and advocacy, focusing on bringing justice in favor of the victims of human rights violations and advocating for congress and US government.
Natasha Hryekewicz has a M.A. from George Washington University’s Elliott School of International Affairs, . in International Affairs with a double concentration in U.S. Foreign Policy
LAA has partnered with the Senate and Congress to help advocate and influence policy.