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Letter from the Tunisian Collective for Art, Culture and Freedom
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Letter from the Tunisian Collective for Art, Culture and Freedom | babelmed | women - migration - mediterraneanRepeated 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: Entering the Aquarium
Mohammed Faraj   
Tunisia: Entering the Aquarium | babelmed | women - migration - mediterraneanThe sky was the first thing that attracted my attention when we were departing from Carthage airport in Tunis the capital. The Tunisian sky was pure, exhibiting several and...
 
Gender challenges in Tunisia
 Gender challenges in Tunisia | babelmed | women - migration - mediterranean Seven months after the fall of Ben Ali, Tunisians are threading new paths. Formulating new visions. One issue that cuts right through layers of politics, economy, ideas and belief, is gender equality.
 
Revolution, the “Tunisian girl”’s baby blues
Revolution, the “Tunisian girl”’s baby blues | babelmed | women - migration - mediterraneanLina Ben Mhenni pushes her way through the hubbub with a firm step. English assistant at the University of Tunis, she will devote her day to exams. With a childish fringe, a serious look and a slender figure, the young 28-year-old young woman has become a star of the North African blogosphere. Interview.
 
Reporters Without Borders in Tunisia: A new freedom that needs protecting
Reporters Without Borders in Tunisia: A new freedom that needs protecting | babelmed | women - migration - mediterraneanReporters 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.
 
Customary marriages in Tunisia
Jalel El Gharbi   
Customary marriages in Tunisia | babelmed | women - migration - mediterraneanTunisia 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.
 
March 25th 2012 Salafist assault on actors and artists
March 25th 2012 Salafist assault on actors and artists | babelmed | women - migration - mediterraneanWe, stage women and men, artists from every horizon, vigorously condemn the Interior ministry
 
Tunisia: The Revolution goes on…
Tunisia: The Revolution goes on… | babelmed | women - migration - mediterranean11 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.
 
Tunisian Revolution
Tunisian Revolution | babelmed | women - migration - mediterraneanThe Tunisians got rid of Ben Ali in less than a month and have revealed his clan's corruption whose tentacles tightly gripped the Tunisian power and economy.
 
Censorship continues
Censorship continues | babelmed | women - migration - mediterraneanPublished on Tuesday 11 January 2011 Reporters Without Borders informs us about journalists that are being arrested in Tunisia.
 

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