Nada Bedchiche is a public law graduate passionate about human rights, gender, and youth participation in public life.
She has volunteering experience with multiple NGOs such as Inno-Peace, Hult-Prize and IIDebate. She has worked on different topics and has been in different positions ranging from editing to coordination. She is also a civic education trainer who has worked with teenagers in middle schools. In addition, she has worked as a project assistant in the field of local governance. She is currently a public law researcher and a part-time lecturer in public international law, which allows her to have good knowledge of research methods.
“Being part of [the] Lazord Fellowship would be a conducive environment to brainstorm, have constructive debates and to work with people who have already worked on the same cause. It’s an opportunity to be part of a team with a vision of the future and whose ideas and projects are sustainable.”