Mohamed Hammadi Khelifi

Programs Officer (New York)

Hammadi Khelifi joined WFM/IGP in July 2020 as the Programs Officer.

Before joining WFM/IGP, Hammadi worked as a Human Rights lawyer in local and international organizations in Tunisia, including as a legal adviser for The Commission of Truth and Dignity that was leading the transitional justice process in Tunisia after the 2010- 2011 revolution. Hammadi was also active in the social movement “I will not forgive – No reconciliation without accountability” to fight impunity. As a human rights lawyer, his focus is on atrocities prevention, transitional justice, fighting corruption and fighting torture.

Hammadi holds a Fundamental License in Law from The University of Tunis, a Master’s degree in Common Law from The University of Cartage, and a Master of Law from Penn State University. 

Hammadi is from Tunisia and is based in New York. He speaks fluent Arabic, English, and French.

Why are you a world federalist?

 “I am a World Federalist because I believe in global solutions for world problems, because we are all in this, and we cannot solve the world’s problems without taking decisions at the global level and not based on political whim.”

What is the future you are working towards?

“I am working towards a future where multilateralism is helping all the states to solve complex challenges that it could not overcome on its own.”