March 27, 2017
Tunisia: Women Telling the Truth Help to Set Off 'Earthquake'
"Tunisia wins. There is no going back." Read more »
December 19, 2016
Tunisia: In Tunisia, 62,000 Voices Call Out for Justice
"I hesitated a lot before giving this testimony. But after much debate, I decided that history is not to be written in the palaces." These were the opening words of Bechir… Read more »
July 21, 2016
Tunisia: Proposed 'Reconciliation Law' Would Grant Amnesty for Corruption, Fail to Grow the Economy
Last year, widespread protests led the Tunisian government to abandon the "Reconciliation Law," a bill that would have granted a form of amnesty to corrupt business people and Ben… Read more »
July 22, 2016
Tunisia: Activists Oppose Law That Would Grant Amnesty to Corruption
Tunisian activists have taken to the streets this month to protest the proposed Economic Reconciliation Law recently revived in parliament. If approved, the bill would offer a path… Read more »
June 21, 2016
Tunisia: Charting Women's Struggle for Justice
After the 2011 revolution Tunisia began a process to grapple with decades of repression and abuse, the consequences of which reverberate today. Women's experiences and perspectives… Read more »
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