In spite of the increase in the percentage of old people, Tunisia still remains a "young" country. This is the reason why drawing a picture on youth is also giving a picture of the country's evolution. The Tunisia of tomorrow will look like the young people of today.
4th of July, School of Oriental and African Studies, London “The Euro-mediterranean Partnership: The Successful case of Tunisia” will be a prominent occasion to review the progress of the Partnership between the EU and the Euro-Mediterranean countries, both on the occasion of the tenth anniversary of the signature of the Partnership with Tunisia and the tenth anniversary of the Barcelona process.
Tunisia is the only Arab country to have outlawed polygamy. However, today, Salafist groups are openly challenging the Personal Status Code (CSP- Code de Statut Personnel) prohibiting customary marriage and polygamy.