Mohammad HASAN, a journalist and human rights activist, is based in France and holds a degree in Radio and TV from the Communications and Media Department at the Lebanese International University. He has over 8 years of experience as an independent journalist, contributing to various local and international media outlets since 2015, with a focus on Syrian issues. Mohammad is highly regarded for his expertise in documenting human rights violations since 2014, and he has played a critical role in organizing media and advocacy campaigns for internally displaced people in Syria and refugees in diaspora. He has also founded several civil society initiatives in Lebanon and Syria.
Mohammad has held various positions throughout his career, including serving as the coordinator for the delegation of human rights defenders for refugees in Lebanon and previously as a member of the Steering Committee of the Voices for Displaced Syrians Forum – VDSF. Currently, he serves as a member of the Syrian Investigative Reporting for Accountability Journalism – SIRAJ Advisory Council and as a Board Member of Frontline for Change – FFC He is also a member of several international organizations specializing in the protection of journalists and human rights defenders, such as the International Federation of Journalists – IFJ, Front-Line Defenders – FLD, Reports Without Borders – RSF, and the Syrian Journalists Association – SJA.