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"We don't give up". In El-Kamour, people have united for months to demand more jobs and dignity. In Tunis, dedicated associations fought for the promotion of human rights through legislation. To uphold their rights, activists and citizens have deployed many forms of struggle over the years.
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"We Have Lived Here for Over 60 Years": In Ariana, a Family Battling for their Housing Rights
| 18 June 2021 | 5 minutes
On May 27, around 5:30 am, a family in Ariana was violently evicted from their home by the police. Now homeless, they are fighting together with an activist group for their right to adequate housing, and against land speculators who take advantage of the loopholes in the legal system, to the detriment of the local residents. 
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"One of Two Thousand“ - The Ordeals of Rania Amdouni, at an Intersection of Social Struggles
| 17 March 2021 | 10 minutes
On Wednesday March 17, 2021, Rania Amdouni's appeal takes place.  Arrested while trying to file a complaint against police officers, Rania was charged and sentenced to six months in prison. Rania is a queer activist, and together with many others, she has been an active and visible participant at the recent protests regarding the Law Enforcement Protection Act and demanding increased justice.  
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Ouled Jaballah: A Farmers’ Uprising Against the ‘Lords’ of Livestock
| 25 February 2021 | 10 minutes
Since February 10, 2021, farmers from the region of Ouled Jaballah, a few kilometers from Mahdia, have been protesting against the rising price of compound fodder, an essential component of cattle feed. The protesters are accusing certain companies in the industry of strangling the market. Inkyfada went to meet the protesters. 
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Clean-up Campaigns: Reappropriating Public Space
| 26 October 2019 | 7 minutes
In Bab Dzira, at the heart of Tunis, the old street of Sidi Bouchoucha is undergoing  reconstruction. Part of the pavement is completely demolished and large potholes are abundant. But on this Sunday morning, October 20, 2019, the neighborhood is taking on a new face with dozens of residents outside determined to clean it. However, this one-off initiative is also symbolic of a wider event that is taking place across the country: the reappropriation of public space.