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Lifting the veil: women in Tunisian politics

07 March, 2015

International Women's Day: Tunisia’s Ennahdha wants to be the first Islamist party to reconcile Islam and democracy. Young Ennahdha women are finding their place in the movement. Sayida Ounissi is one of them.

The making and unmaking of a Tunisian Salafi

16 January, 2015

Since the revolution, Tunisian Salafis have enjoyed their freedom, and the community is growing. But under former autocrat Ben Ali, being a Salafi wasn’t easy.

Tunisia’s ‘incorruptibles’ are watching

15 January, 2015

Under former autocrat Ben Ali, the security services used to keep civil society under surveillance. Four years into the revolution, civil society now watches over the politicians.

Pirate radio, no police: Tunisia's revolution rumbles on

13 January, 2015

'One big family' in Menzel Bouzaiane, where anarchy reigns successfully, central authority has no role but unemployment threatens livelihoods. It is a pirate town, one of a handful and one whose inhabitants insist, at all times, on 'true justice'.

Tunisia decries attack but little mention of press freedom

09 January, 2015

The 2011 revolution brought unprecedented freedom of political speech to a country that had suffered 50 years of autocratic rule and censorship. But blasphemy laws remain strong.

The town the revolution forgot

17 December, 2014

Sidi Bouzid may be the cradle of the Arab Spring. But four years after the self-immolation of Mohamed Bouazizi, Bouzidis are caught between the glorious image of the revolution and today's economic grievances.

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