Rania Hadjer

Rania Hadjer

Rania, born in Algeria, arrived in France when she was 23 in 2017. Having studied “Sustainable Development”, she nurtured a deep interest in justice and equality in all social fields. Rania is also a self-taught author who often writes about citizenship, gender equality and migration. Her first article was published by Huffpost Maghreb (now turned Radio M). She had her own special column in “El Watan” newspaper where she contributed once every week to comment on the Algerian “Hirak”. Her articles were also published by several other outlets, such as the cultural “Ineffable Art et Culture”. One of Rania’s articles, “Voyage au out de la démocratie” was turned into a short film by director Nadja Harek.
In July 2023, she achieved a new milestone in her career by publishing her first novel, co-authored with K. Smaili, titled "Hirak: Revolution, Love, and Couscous." The book was published by L'Harmattan.

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