Women in Prison, Former Inmates Recount

| 12 January 2021 | 10 minutes
I didn’t cry on the first night. I wasn’t afraid. I just felt like a nobody. I quickly understood that I had to stay strong, or else I would never be able to survive in there". Mariem* spent nine days in prison. She recounts her experience behind bars, the relationships between inmates, the sometimes violent prison guards, and various strategies to kill time when it seems immeasurable.

Fayçal, from Jihad to Disillusionment

| 31 August 2018 | 20 minutes

Fayçal spent more than a year and a half in Syria. Responsible for the distribution of food among rebel groups, his unpublished testimony sheds light on the internal workings of different combatant factions within the Syrian conflict, as well as the daily life and disillusionment of many Tunisians.

Djibril, cursed by borders

| 13 March 2018 | 20 minutes

This marks the fourth time that Djibril* has attempted to cross the Mediterranean to reach Europe. From the Gambia to Libya, the young man’s migration route is a nightmare: he loses his savings, is abandoned in the desert, and is thrown into prison several times. 

Transitional Justice: When Victims tell their Stories

| 06 July 2015 | 15 minutes

Repression and injustice during the years of dictatorship touched thousands of lives. Four of the people who went to the Truth and Dignity Commission (IVD) to submit their cases retrace their journeys.