Mrs. Mozn Hassan
Mrs. Mozn Hassan has a master degree in human rights from the American University, and in December 28th, 2007 she founded “Nazra” for Feminist Studies and she also worked as an Egyptian consultant for Global Fund for women. Mozn Hassan received the “right livelihood award” (Nobel alternative). In January 25th revolution she documented several human rights violation and provided medical and legal support for the victims of sexual assaults and group rape incidents in “Tahrir” square.Through “Nazra” for Feminist Studies she contributed in including articles in the new 2014 constitution among which the law that criminalizes sexual harassment.
Mrs. Bochra Belhaj Hmida
Mrs. Bochra Belhaj Hmida has a university degree in private law from Faculty of Law and Political Science of Tunis in 1980. She is one of the founders of the Tunisian Association for Democratic Women in 1989 which she chaired from 1994 until 1998. In 2011 she joined “ettakattol” (democratic forum for work and freedom) party and she ran for the National Constitutional Assembly elections in 2011. In 2012 she became a member of “ Nidaa Tunis” executive committee. She ran for the 2014 Tunisian legislative elections and got elected to become a deputy in Assembly of the Representatives of the People.
Mrs. Zahra Langhi
Mrs. Zahra Langhi is a Libyan researcher and a political activist. She participated in February 17th revolution and she is one of the founders of Libyan women platform for peace that seeks to enhance women participation in public life in Libya.
Zahra Ahmed Langhii contributed in establishing an initiative to increase women participation in political life as she managed , through campaigns that she organized in partnership with female activists and Libyan organizations, to increase women’s seats in the National Congress and the Assembly of Representatives’ elections.
Mr. Ahmed Fawzi