Tataouine Consultations

2020-04-13T13:15:12+01:00November 27th, 2019|Mushawarat|

Tataouine Consultations « Every day we see trucks transporting fuel passing by; while our social status has not improved. Poverty, unemployment and lack of development programs is the only constant issues in this region» a citizen from the south. The general context The sit-in in ‘Kamour’, the main crossing point towards the oil-fields in southern Tunisia, [...]

مشاورات تطاوين

2020-04-13T13:20:05+01:00November 26th, 2019|Mushawarat|

مشاورات تطاوين "نحن نرى كل يوم شاحنات نقل المحروقات الخام تمرّ من هذا الطريق إلا أن وضعيتنا الاجتماعية لم تتغيرّ. فالفقر والبطالة وغياب التنمية هي الحدث الوحيد المؤكد في هاته المنطقة." مواطن من الجنوب الإطار العام لم يكن اعتصام الكامور وهو نقطة العبور الرئيسية نحو حقول البترول بالجنوب التونسي حدثا عاديا، فهو الاعتصام الذي دام [...]

Gafsa: Consultations on Transforming Natural Resources into an Engine of Development

2020-04-13T13:12:21+01:00November 26th, 2019|Mushawarat|

Gafsa: Consultations on Transforming Natural Resources into an Engine of Development   “We are only used to hearing that Tunisia loses billions when production stops for days, but we do not see one billion when production lasts years without interruption." Citizen from mining basin of Gafsa.   General Framework Weak Development Indicators and Production in [...]

قفصة : مشاورات لتحويل الثروات الطبيعية إلى قاطرة للتنمية

2020-04-13T13:10:20+01:00November 25th, 2019|Mushawarat|

قفصة : مشاورات لتحويل الثروات الطبيعية إلى قاطرة للتنمية   " فقط تعودنا على سماع أن تونس تخسر المليارات عندما يتوقف الإنتاج أياما، ولكن لا نرى مليارا واحدا عندما يستمر الإنتاج سنوات دون انقطاع“. مواطن من الحوض المنجمي الإطار العام: مؤشرات تنمية ضعيفة وإنتاج في تراجع تُعدّ قفصة أكبر منطقة منتجة للفسفاط في تونس، ويتركّز [...]

Background Note – Tackling Youth Radicalization through Inclusion in Post-Revolutionary Tunisia.

2019-10-16T12:17:04+01:00October 16th, 2019|Tackling Youth Radicalization through Inclusion in Post-Revolutionary Tunisia|

The widespread assumption that any political change can only come with the assistance of a super power was contradicted when an up-rise in Tunisia toppled a regime that reigned for over twenty-three years. The world was taken aback by these events in a country that “seemed the best in the class: stable, presentably secular, engaged [...]

The Justice system’s approach towards convicted violent extremists in Tunisia

2020-02-10T12:09:32+01:00September 20th, 2019|Reports, Tackling Youth Radicalization through Inclusion in Post-Revolutionary Tunisia|

Author: Wathek Ltifi Tunisia’s fight against terrorism is being carried on multiple fronts. Prisons and rehabilitation institutions are one of the paramount environments that proved on myriad of accounts to be fragile and sensitive source of violent extreme behaviors. Since Tunisia started accepting foreign fighters back from conflict zones there are two major problems [...]

The Preservation of Human Rights is Integral to Combating Violent Extremism

2020-02-10T11:43:07+01:00September 20th, 2019|Reports, Tackling Youth Radicalization through Inclusion in Post-Revolutionary Tunisia|

Author: Imen Al-Nighaoui The general argument says, “nothing in nature exists in isolation”. Therefore, we cannot prevent, counter and/or mitigate extremism and violent extremism without taking into consideration the importance of human rights.   Preserving our fundamental rights is a quest that concerns all nations. Regardless, of Hobbs’ description of mankind at [...]

The Acceptance of Tunisian Returnees from a Social Point of View

2019-09-20T10:10:56+01:00September 20th, 2019|Reports, Tackling Youth Radicalization through Inclusion in Post-Revolutionary Tunisia|

The Acceptance of Tunisian Returnees from a Social Point of View from Maghreb Economic Forum (MEF)

Alternative Messaging Towards Violent Extremism in Tunisia

2020-02-10T11:55:39+01:00September 20th, 2019|Reports, Tackling Youth Radicalization through Inclusion in Post-Revolutionary Tunisia|

Author: Chourouk Amouri Prior to the revolution of 2011, the story that was being told about Tunisia was quite idealistic. Tunisia was the exception to the rule, the example to be followed by neighbors in the region if they had wanted to attain the glow of modernity and to bask in [...]