Ms Lamia Radi is the founding president of the Memories for the Future Foundation (FMA). She holds a PhD in Political Science from the Institut d’Etudes Politiques (Paris), and spent four years in the Middle East (1994-1997) for work on her thesis. After her return to Morocco and following the Casablanca bombings in May 2003, when for the first time Morocco saw the importation of the kamikaze model on its territory and the indoctrination of teen-agers for terrorist actions, she mobilizes with other Moroccans. Together, they create FMA to allow memory and the transmission of history to reinforce the ability of youths to resist the appeal of radical and violent discourse. In parallel, Lamia Radi advocates for gender equality within Jossour, Moroccan Women’s Forum. Ms Radi is a career diplomat. At present, she is the Moroccan Ambassador to the Kingdom of Norway and the Republic of Island.