Tunisian Revolution

Tunisian Revolution Reporters Without Borders in Tunisia: A new freedom that needs protecting
Reporters Without Borders visited Tunisia from 2 to 4 February to evaluate the situation of the media two weeks after the fall of President Zine el-Abidine Ben Ali, to analyze their needs and to determine what contribution it could make during this transition period.
 
Tunisian Revolution Social networks, a weapon for revolution?
Facebook, Twitter, and the blogs of young Tunisians have played a very important role in the recent Tunisian revolution. And yet, how can one measure their real impact? Could social networks become a weapon for revolutionary movements in dictatorial states?
Tunisian Revolution Wave of arrests of bloggers and activists
Reporters Without Borders condemned the arrests and disappearances yesterday of bloggers and online activists across a number of Tunisian cities.
The worldwide press freedom organization has monitored at least five such cases but the list could well be longer.
 

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Wave of arrests of bloggers and activists

07/01/2011

Wave of arrests of bloggers and activistsReporters Without Borders condemned the arrests and disappearances yesterday of bloggers and online activists across a number of Tunisian cities. The worldwide press freedom organization has monitored at least five such cases but the list could well be longer.

Letter from the Tunisian Collective for Art, Culture and Freedom

04/07/2012

tun_app_110Repeated physical aggressions against Tunisian artists and intellectuals have taken place in several regions of the country: March 2012, a theatrical event was attacked by thousands of Salafists in downtown Tunis and artists were aggressed.

Tunisia: The Revolution goes on…

16/12/2011

Tunisia: The Revolution goes on…11 months after the Tunisian people have ousted Ben Ali, nearly 45 days after the first free and independent elections in Tunisia, the country where the wave of rebellion shaking the Arab world began, is still bubbling.