Hamza Hamouchene

Hamza Hamouchene is a London-based Algerian researcher-activist, author, commentator, and a founding member of Algeria Solidarity Campaign (ASC), and Environmental Justice North Africa (EJNA).


He is the North Africa program coordinator at the Transitional Institute. Hamza previously worked for War on Want, Global Justice Now, and Platform London on issues of extractivism, resources, land, and food sovereignty as well as climate, environmental, and trade justice.

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Learning Lab: Pathways from the Climate Crisis to Justice and Belonging
A deep look at the climate crisis at this moment and how do we amplify imaginative solutions built on not leaving people behind, but on bringing everyone in? How do we co-create structures that strengthen our connection to place, ensure thriving ecological systems and health, equitably distribute power, and value the dignity of all work? Designed for: People working in nonprofits, government, and philanthropy locally and globally. People committed to social equity and belonging, with a range of perspectives, positions, and ideologies. Lab registration is open to conference participants only...