Amal Bint Nadia is a feminist from Tunisia. Since 2011, she has organized and coordinated several events (World Social Forum 2013, Revolutionary Youth Movements...). In 2013, she co-founded the collective Al Sajin 52 that fights against repressive laws that undermine bodily autonomy and integrity. She is also a member of the Feminist Literary Collective Chaml. After a few collaborations with national and international media, she turned to journalism and joined the platform Nawaat. There, she focused on the evolution of social movements, the struggles for individual freedoms, and the role of audiovisual material in normalizing violence and discrimination. She collaborated with Chouf, a collective for the bodily and sexual rights of those assigned or self-identified as women or non-binary, during their second edition of the international feminist art festival Chouftouhonna, before joining the group. Currently, Amal is one of the initiators of the Falgatna movement, one of the moderators of the EnaZeda page, and the General Coordinator of the Chouf association. In her work on the deconstruction of standards, discrimination, and individual freedoms, she bridges art with activism as much as possible.