Mr. Mohammed Hatem Hassan



Telephone+964-53-320-3093; Extension: 131  

He was born in 1992 in the city of Kirkuk, the capital city of Kirkuk province. He completed all stages of his study in the same city receiving a Bachelor's degree in History from the University of Kirkuk, College of Education, Department of History class of (2015-2016).

He had worked in media for six years, from 2009 – 2015. As a reporter he worked for many magazines and newspapers such as (Ayindasazy - Building the Future) magazine as well as Dastoor-Constitution and Garan – Searching newspapers.

He has published tens of articles about cultural, intellectual and political issues in magazines, websites and newspapers including (Awena- Mirror, Hawlaty- Citizen, Ayndasazy magazine, NRT and Kurdiu websites ).

He is also proficient in the Arabic language which helped him to become a translator. He has an established carrier in this area with a record of translated articles dealing with historical, economic, cultural and intellectual topics from Arabic to his native Kurdish language.

Since 2008 he has been working as a volunteer with NGOs and supervised many projects in the field of youth development and raising awareness and participated in many youth related activities. He also participated in many international and local workshops and conferences.

He is also a trainer with a general TOT (Training of Trainers) certificate from Afraz organization. As a trainer he has been invited to deliver many lectures and seminars in different institutes, organizations and centres working in human development and volunteering activities.   

He started to work as an assistant librarian on December 13th, 2018 at the Kurdology Centre.