Kamal Hachoumy, a Moroccan academic, is a distinguished professor of public law and political science, specializing in public policies and constitutional law. In 2012, he earned his Doctorate in Public Law from Hassan II University in Casablanca, with his research centered on :The Role of Civil Society in the Democratic Process. Since 2014, he has been actively involved in the academic sphere, imparting his knowledge in public law, political science, and innovative approaches to public policy at the Faculty of Legal, Economic, and Social Sciences (FSJES) in Ain Sebaa, Casablanca. Moreover, he has been sharing his expertise in parliamentary law, constitutional law, and human rights at the Faculty of Agdal, Mohammed V University in Rabat, since 2020. Beyond his role as an educator, Professor Hachoumy has made substantial contributions to the academic community. He co-founded and served as the vice-president of the Francophone Network of Human Rights Legal Clinics from 2015 to 2018.
Mr. Hachoumy has significant experience in the public sector. He served as an advisor to the Minister of Employment and Vocational Training from 2011 to 2014, as Chief of Staff to the President of the Moroccan Parliament from 2017 to 2021, and as the Central Director of Human Resources, Budget, and General Affairs at the Ministry of Economic Inclusion, Small Business, Employment, and Skills from 2021 to 2023. Additionally, he held the position of Secretary- General of the Employment Department from 2022 to 2023 and was responsible for handling the national tripartite social dialogue dossier from 2021 to 2023. Kamal Hachoumy has cultivated a wealth of experience in project management within the realm of associations, working closely with both local and international organizations. His endeavors have been characterized by a strong emphasis on advocacy and the exploration of alternative approaches to conflict resolution and management