Mohamed Radan is the Program Associate for ICTJ’s Libya Program. He obtained an LLM specializing in International Criminal Law and Comparative Justice from Brunel University London. In addition, Mohamed graduated from the Ph.D. program in December 2020, having been awarded his Ph.D. with no corrections following his viva voce exam. His Ph.D. Research focused on the principle of universal jurisdiction in international law.
Mohamed is a human rights activist who contributed to many human rights programs in Libya, such as the Community Safety Program in the municipalities of Hay Al-Andalus and Abu Salim by the Danish Refugee Council (DRC). Furthermore, he is the founder of the Justice and Peace Organization for Human Rights in Libya. Mohamed also works as a lecturer of international law at the University of Tripoli. He teaches human rights, public international law, and international criminal law. His academic research focuses on transitional justice in Libya, his latest published research is entitled ‘’Violations of the Right to Property in Libya and the Promise of Transitional Justice’’.