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Tunisia

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Being a woman artist is awesome

Simona Bonomo reviews an international feminist art festival and the diverse yet shared experiences these women artists hold in common.

Filed in: Tunisia Women

Tunisians on hunger strike against regime’s secret files

Ben Ali’s legacy still looms large, as Tim Baster and Isabelle Merminod report.

Filed in: Human Rights Tunisia

Use the power of the people to challenge the people in power!

The NGO sector must support activism, not governments. Ben Phillips sees positive signs of this happening.

Filed in: Activism NGOs Tunisia

Fear and resistance in Tunisia

After recent elections, Tim Baster and Isabelle Merminod paint a picture of a country in turmoil.

Filed in: Democracy Politics Tunisia

Tunisians vote for secular government

Timothy Baster and Isabelle Merminod report from Tunis, as the results of the Tunisian elections are settled.

Filed in: Democracy Tunisia

Why I became a persona non grata in Tunisia

Tam Hussein is no longer welcome in a country which promotes freedom for all. He explains why.

Filed in: Media Politics Poverty Tunisia

Refugees challenge Tunisia on human rights

Residents from the closed Choucha refugee camp are fighting for resettlement, not ‘local integration’.

Filed in: Human Rights Libya Politics Refugees Tunisia UN

Hunger strikers: ‘We will die here’

Isabelle Merminod and Timothy Baster report on the refugees protesting for safe resettlement from a Tunisian camp.

Filed in: Human Rights Refugees Tunisia

World Social Forum: update from Tunisia

Tim Baster and Isabelle Merminod meet some of the activists hoping that a better world is possible.

Filed in: Activism Tunisia

Right to Life kayaker reaches Rome

Georges Alexandre has made an epic journey from Tunisia to Italy highlighting the risks faced by migrants. Tony Garner meets him.

Filed in: Belgium European Union Migration Refugees Tunisia

Tunisia votes: the medicine of democracy

Three good doctors have helped to put Tunisia’s body-politic firmly on the road to recovery, says Larbi Sadiki.

Filed in: Democracy Politics Social Change Tunisia

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