The Commission has no Political affiliation and may not engage in any political debates or activities. Naturally, any one Commission Member on his or her own and not on behalf of the Libyan Human Rights Commission (LHRC) has total freedom to debate and engage in any such activities.
Further, this Commission is organized for the restoration of basic Human Rights in Libya, probe into the condition and plight of detainees, conscience and political prisoners. Persuade Human Rights Organizations, Watch Groups, and Governments to support efforts made by the Commission and others for fair hearings and trials, early release, and ceasing of torture, file Legal suits against individuals or government before appropriate courts of law and present complaints to the United Nations Human Rights Commission on behalf of affected persons.
This Commission in its form hopes to remain in existence forever, and be able to relocate its headquarters inside Libya. In such event the Commission would be able to exercise its mission, functions and duties publicly and without any interference from government.
The Commission succeeded in securing refuge for hundreds of Libyan asylum seekers in western Europe.
Omar Turbi, Founder of the Libyan Human Rights Commission lays out persuasive legal arguments before governments of several Western European counties namely, Switzerland, Holland, the UK, Australia, and Canada to allow entry and political asylum for hundreds of Libyan fleeing the persecution by the Libyan regime throughout the nineties.