Human Rights Watch’s role is to defend and protect human rights around the world, giving a voice to the oppressed while holding oppressors accountable for their crimes. When Libya fell, last year, Peter Bouckaert, the organisation’s emergencies director, was on the ground with his team, ensuring that valuable Libyan archives were secured and protected from looting and destruction.
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