Lu-Zen Hamida, spokesman for the voiceless

This is a strong personality who does not want to create numbers. Nikois Lu-Jane Hamida was elected vice-president of the Federation of Solidarity Actors (FAS), a heavyweight in the housing sector, which held its national congress on June 15 and 16 in Renaissance.

“In the project we have adopted for the next five years, we wanted to change the approach so that public policies on poverty no longer start from a centralized and structured perspective but start from the people and the region. Pascal Bryce, re-elected president of the FAS. To send a signal to the organizations but also to our members, we have decided to elect a Vice-President who will speak on behalf of those we welcome. And we’re glad to have Lou-Jayne, because whenever she intervenes, she makes an impression. A

Tunisian-born Lu-Zen Hamida, 52, has a personal knowledge of social services After her first attempt to leave her violent partner in 2007, “I went to see the social services who told me to come back in two weeks. He says. I feel depressed. I was told that either I was finding a place to stay or I was risking my children’s placement. A

Four months without home

He himself became a slave at the age of 16 (formerly the name of childhood social support, which takes care of foster children), “I did not want my children to have the same experience. He continues So I went back with the father of my children and I paid for it. A

In 2010, he was following what he was calling “A domestic coup”, Lou-Jayne Hamida finds the departure of her violent husband. To find affordable housing, he took legal action to be recognized as a priority under applicable housing law. He then feels the difference between law and reality, because he doesn’t get a house. In 2016, she and her children lost their home.

“Then we find ourselves on the street with my kids. Four months, it was horrible. A Right-to-left by friends, the family has found a place in a housing and social reunion center, where they will stay for four years and eight months. “All this time, I remember one of my children who was only 10 years old: ‘Mom, if you fall, we will fall behind you’. A

Their concern is the human voice over that principle

Investing with the Education Without Borders network, volunteering at a solidarity grocery store, engaging with students’ parents, Lu-Zen never moved away from his own existence. So when, in 2016, he discovered the 2002 law that gives users of social organizations rights, including the right to hear, he seized the opportunity.

Formerly a member of the Regional Consultative Council for People Received (CCRPA) in Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur, he joined the National Council (CCPA) in 2019, an organization created in 2010 to promote the participation of people in support of development. And observation of public policy regarding them.

“During the first imprisonment, we responded to various authorities from the groundHe explains. We have been able to explain the effects of captivity on people on the streets. We have been able to distinguish between the decisions made at the top and the reality of what is happening. For example, service vouchers distributed to disadvantaged people were not accepted in certain supermarkets. A This hard work came to an end, last April, with the publication of the title of an application. Noise, observation and human recommendation without filters In uncertain situations over their anxious policy.

Lu-Zen Hamida, who now has stable housing and has passed DUT in business management and administration, has also been heard in multiple instances, on the right to food or energy poverty, for example, and was appointed to the High Housing Committee in 2021. “TodayToday, I am honored to be the Vice-President of the FAS but what is important is that the voices of 14% of people living in poverty are now being heard in a real sense. A Initially, he hoped that CCPA members would be adopted by the President of the Republic.

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