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Enass Mozamel ..Defender ,faminist and cyclist

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الثلاثاء 06 فبراير 2024

Sudanes faminist , defender and cyclist

Enas Muzamel is a human rights defender and Sudanese feminist, peace puilder and cyclist, graduated from the University of Khartoum Faculty of Economic and Social Studies in 2009 and also obtained a master's degree from the University of Khartoum.She studied at the (RNTC) Media Training and Capacity Building for Social Change in the Netherlands, in addition to a number of diplomas and training courses, working in the field of development, environment, human rights and peacebuilding.

She has worked for the United Nations and the United Nations Development Program (UNDP), she has worked for the World Bank, she has worked as a project coordinator for (RNW), a co-founder and general manager of Madania organization.

She founded and co-founded a number of youth and feminist initiatives and bodies that worked in democracy, civic, combating sexual violence, supporting survivors and building peace.

She established (Sudanese female Cyclists Initiative) in 2017 under the slogan (My bike is for me and my environment) and the idea of the initiative came from her passion for cycling since childhood, and highlighting the presence of women in a field where women do not usually appear, in addition to her interest in preserving the environment, and finding a means of transportation and economic sports for women, and the initiative has become a social and cultural platform in which women and girls of all categories, ages and affiliations meet weekly in Freedom Square for cycling and sociability on a number of topics,

The initiative is always involved in a number of events, including breast cancer awareness, International Women's Day and 16 days to combat violence against women.

She also established the Feminist Platform for Advocacy and Discussion of Women's Issues, and continued to support women and help them network and create partnerships, and this continued even during the war by urgently responding to fundraising in order to provide opportunities to evacuate people who do not have opportunities to evacuate from areas of armed conflict, raise funds to provide medicines and food, and find ways to support survivors of sexual violence and those affected by war in general.

She won the International Leadership Award 2023 in Washington, America.

She left due to an illness that did not take long in Berlin, Germany, on the evening of Sunday, 4 February 2024.

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