Emna Kammoun

Fellowship year

2023 - 2024


Children's Rights - Human Rights

Placement when a fellow

Operations, Innocence Association

Higher education

Bachelor's Degree in Business Law

Current country of residence



Emna is a Tunisian daughter, a law student, and an active member of civil society. She is passionate about advocating for human rights, especially women’s rights, and children’s rights engagement. She strongly believes in the power of education and empowerment to bring about positive change in our community.

Skilled in coordination and logistics, she was the logistics manager in the International Day of Democracy event. In lockdown, she continued her efforts by serving as the Logistics Coordinator for Hadith Jeunesse in partnership with Jamaity and Virtual Station 47, by organizing sessions and connecting with guest speakers.

In 2020, she embraced the competition in the Hult Prize Faculty of Law, showcasing her problem-solving and entrepreneurial skills. The following year, she delved into training on migrant advocacy and human rights within the framework of the MDDT project. Also, she was awarded as the first winner in Competition «Arguments against violence against women” organized by the Let’s Discuss Club in the Faculty of law.

Furthermore, she has a rich experience with fundraising committees; she was the main writer of “save oued el ghar” project and “Women’s Act for Anti-cyberbullying (WAFA)”, “Eco school” project. She is a member in the “new generation of dialogue” in the southern region of Tunisia program, organized by Euro Med Rights.