This report is a summary of the organisation's work; from 1st March 2017 to 30th September 2017; at the head of this mission, Mr Ismail Hassan, accompanied by some local volunteers and activists; this was done with the partnership with Alsalam Charity, represented by its Executive director Mr Hatem Atawaijir.
The coordination for this mission began immediately after the issuance of the organisation report on the Humanitarian Situation in Sirte which was published at a press conference in London on: 2016-08-27
Libyan National Reconciliation Conference (NRCLibya) 20th May 2017
In effort to open dialogue between key Libyan figures within Britain, Alrassed International and Tamadon Foundation will be holding a conference on the 20th May. The aim of which to bring together those who may be able to begin to effect a change in the current situation in Libya.
Teaching in the Community
By Dr Ahmed Sabaawi & Steven Devine
Alrassed International’s country director for Iraq, Dr Ahmed Sabaawi, has delivered series of talks to students in Year 10 and sixth form at Lancaster Girls' Grammar School,
The decline in the health conditions of the children infected with HIV/AIDS in Libya
By Dr Faraj Atbaiga
The AIDS issue in Libya, emerged into the open in the early 1999; When the Libyan government stopped a number of Bulgarians working in the health sector on suspicion of involvement in infecting hundreds of Libyan children with AIDS.
Armed Libyan forces must allow humanitarian aid to reach Sirte
by Abdulbaset A Etbiga
All parties in Libya’s armed conflict must act to spare civilians and ensure that urgently needed supplies can be delivered safely to Sirte, Alrassed International is concerned that the humanitarian situation in the coastal city is swiftly deteriorating.
Since the beginning of 2016 Alrassed has been working with residents and community leaders to understand the situation in the city, which was presented in its report
Mexican photographer: Libya is a market for human trafficking; not only a rout to Europe.
By Dr Abubakar Ahmed
The Mexican photographer Narciso Contreras’, in an interview with the Le Point magazine, France, said, Libya is suffering from a very dreadful situation, especially in presence of the war between different groups fighting for control of the country, taking advantage of the great weakness of state institutions, due to the backdrop of the political divide between two rival governments in each of the capital Tripoli and Tobruk.
Civilians of Mosul between IS Control and Liberation
By Dr Bilal Alobaidi
Mosul is considered as one of the largest cities in the province of Nineveh in northern west of Iraq. About half the population in Nineveh which is estimated to be of 3.2 million live in the city of Mosul. They also belong to different ethnic groups such as Arab Sunnah, Kurd Sunnah, Turkman Sunnah, Christians, Yazidis, Shia Turkman and shabak.
TAWERGHA: A LONG WAY HOME
By Abdalbasset Etbiga
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.
Mass Displacement and Ethnic Cleansing
Alrassed International’s work in Sirte over the past 7 months, has left no doubt that war crimes and human rights violations have occurred numerous of times. The health and food crisis is the worst in the history of the city, the lack of shelter and protection and the indiscriminate firing, forced many of the residents to flee the area.