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2022 : inkyfada's year in review

As the year comes to an end, Inkytalk takes a look back at inkyfada's year and sheds light on the most prominent productions of 2022. In this episode, we analyze the various political changes and important events that shaped the year and the challenges faced by our team.
30 December 2022
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En cette fin d'année, Inkytalk fait la rétrospective d'inkyfada et met la lumière sur les productions les plus marquantes de 2022. Dans cet épisode, on analyse les divers changements politiques et événements importants qui ont façonné l'année et les difficultés rencontrées par notre équipe.
مع نهاية عام 2022، يعود برنامج هيئة التحرير إنكي توك بأثر رجعي ليلقي نظرة ويحلل إنجازات وصعوبات مر بها فريق إنكفاضة خلال عام تخللته العديد من التغييرات السياسية والأحداث المصيرية في تاريخ البلاد.
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Inkyfada Podcast
Mixing - Sound Design - Music
Oussema Gaidi

The year 2022 came to a close with elections that attracted only 11.2% of voters, the lowest turnout in over a decade. Politics is no longer the focus, while the economy is struggling in the wake of a trying year marked by shortages, soaring inflation, and complicated negotiations with the IMF in the background.

Throughout this year, and with thoroughness and passion for our work, our team at inkyfada has tried to provide you with the best possible reporting of events. With this retrospective, our team looks back at the most remarkable productions of 2022, in a very particular political context and increasingly palpable difficulties in access to information.

Discover the behind the scenes of our editorial team through this episode of inkytalk.


Haifa Mzalouat: French Editor - inkyfada

Shaden Gannam: Arabic Editor - inkyfada

Rym Amami: Head of Podcast

Malek Khadhraoui: Publication Director - inkyfada

Moderator : Emna Chebaane, Editorial Director of inkyfada

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