Lamia Bazir was selected among the 100 Most Infuential Young Africans for the Year 2019 by the African Youth Awards.
She is listed in the 51th position among 100 other prominent and famous African High officials, vibrant entrepreneurs, social change makers, important football players, and reputated artists. The list includes the African Union Youth Envoy Aya Chebbi and the Soccer Player Mohammed Salah, for instance.
This recognition asserts her role, impact, credibility and potential at the scale of Africa.
On September 2018, Lamia Bazir was appointed as the new Executive Director of the National Observatory for the Rights of the Child (ONDE) by Her Royal Highness Princess Lalla Meryem of Morocco.
The National Observatory for the Rights of the Child is a National Independent Institution in charge of monitoring the implementation of the International Convention on the Rights of the Child (CRC) in Morocco and of federating and coordinating national policies and demonstrative projects in favor of children.
The National Observatory for the Rights of the Child was created by Royal Decision in 1995 and is effectively presided by Her Royal Highness Princess Lalla Meryem.
Lamia Bazir was the youngest to be appointed in that position with the mission of making progress and redynamizing this institution.