A Franco-Algerian decolonial political activist, Houria Bouteldja is a representative of the PIR (Parti des Indigènes de la République) and her work has been characterized by maintaining a critical exercise against Islamophobia, racism and neocolonialism. Her training includes studies in applied foreign languages - English and Arabic - in Lyon. She participated in the founding of the collectives Les Blédardes (The immigrants of the colony) and A school for all. In January 2005 he participated in the beginning of The Call of the Indigenous People of the Republic, which gave rise to the movement - of which he is the spokesperson - Indigènes de la République, which fights against discrimination against the descendants of the historic colonial era and against the ideology racist and colonialist. In 2014 she received the award for Combating Islamophobia from the Islamic Human Rights Commission. She has participated as co-author in the books La Révolution en 2010 ?: les vrais enjeux de 2007 and Nous sommes les indigènes de la République.