Tunisian activist, independent journalist, communication expert and business executive
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|Name in native language||آمنة الميزوني|
|Date of birth||9 July 1987|
|Country of citizenship|
Emna Mizouni (born 1987) is a Tunisian online activist, free-lance journalist, communications expert and business executive. After successfully helping to prepare RightCon Tunis, in July 2019 she was appointed to serve on the global board of directors of AccessNow.org, the international non-profit human rights group intent on an open internet. In March 2013, Mizouni co-founded Carthagina, an internet initiative designed to create interest in Tunisia's cultural heritage at home and abroad. In August 2019, at the Wikimania Conference in Stockholm, she was honoured as Wikimedian of the Year 2019 as a result of the leading role she has played in the development of Arab and African communities as well as her success in promoting the history and culture of Tunisia.
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