Walid Hedidar

Tunis, Tunisia

Content Creator and Regional Coordinator

Walid is a Tunisian student at the University of Denver studying international relations and anthropology. His participation as a 15-year old in the Arab spring sparked his interest in examining youth-led political and social movements in the Middle East and North Africa. Walid is also an activist and researcher in the field of education reform in Tunisia. In his free time, he enjoys running, reading and traveling.


Shouting, Remembering, and Beauty

Facets of a Misunderstood African Mindset


Dismantling the Global North’s Narratives

What do Medium, Black Panther and Afrofuturism all have in common?


What Are Tunisian Youth Waiting For?

An in-depth look at the "Fech Nestanaw?" movement

Middle East & North Africa

The Displacement of the Arab Identity

Reflections on what it is to be "Arab"

Middle East & North Africa

Beyond Marriage, Inheritance, or Driving: Tunisian Youth Call for Real Gender Equality

The state of gender equality in Tunisian public schools

Middle East & North Africa