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Mohamed Hamuda, has always been an individual who has sought change for the greater benefit beyond himself. His vision, bigger than the local world which surrounded him; a mission to advocate and integrate change within a local, regional and global scale. His ambitions and goals were simple, and that is to manifest a better future for his homeland in terms of socioeconomic development-solving the 21st century youth underprivileged conflicts and issues which surround Libya.
Through Mohamed’s participation in “Joining the Global Shapers”, an initiative of the World Economic Forum that was developed and led by locally engaged young people, the civil activist was profoundly motivated to develop links between the Libyan community and communities of other countries. He learned of the numerous benefits that intercultural dialogue can have on both the local and international scale and hopes that such a dialogue can progress Libya’s development.
Mohamed then set his sights to Europe in 2016, where he participated in the 4M Media Forum in Paris, France as the speaker of the “Digital Promotes Open Governance” session. He also participated in Qatar’s Enriching the Middle East’s Economic Future in 2016, the African Union Regional Youth Consultation in September 2017, the African Union 4th annual meeting of the electoral management bodies in Rwanda of November 2017, and UCLA’s Enriching the Middle East’s Economic Future conference in Qatar. Most recently, Mohamed has taken part in the 2018 Rome Med Youth Forum.
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The media has allowed Hamuda to reach a greater range of people, which has increased the exposure of his projects and campaigns. Specifically, he has utilized the media during his years of work in the field of democratic development, where he focused on empowering younger generations.
Mohamed Hamuda believes that reconciliation must first begin with the will of members in society and victims of the conflict. Only then, can justice be achieved through the efforts of civil and political institutions, as well as security policies, which take into account geographical, demographic, and cultural dimensions.
On top of participating in myriads of forums and conferences, Mohamed is also a jury member of the Friedrich Ebert Stiftung organization’s young leaders’ program in Libya, and a member of the UNDP’s Arab Human Development Report.
Mohamed Hamuda, has always been an individual who has sought change for the greater benefit beyond himself. His vision, bigger than the local world which surrounded him; a mission to advocate and integrate change within a local, regional and global scale.