As CEO of the Libyan Institute of Architects (LIA) from 2012 to 2015, Ibrahim Lasafer's role orchestrated several initiatives revolving around his key mission of raising awareness and educating young architects as well as the public on pressing architectural issues within the country. A prime example was the collaborative event he organized with notable international organizations for the World Urban Campaign in 2012. The team of LIA devised a campaign emphasizing the significance of accessibility in architecture. Lasafer invited architecture students and faculty to partake in a demonstration along one of Benghazi's primary streets using wheelchairs. In partnership with local law enforcement, they utilized the wheelchairs to traverse approximately two miles down the center of the road. Each participant held accessibility signs, which they positioned in front of some public edifices lacking handicap-accessible facilities. The event was well-received, generating a significant impact. In the end, they donated the wheelchairs to individuals requiring them and local hospitals.