Rights and Freedoms

Since the 2011 revolution, both individual and collective freedoms have been at the center of numerous political and legislative debates. But regular attacks on the press, abusive detentions or restrictions linked to the Covid-19 crisis are all obstacles to the establishment of a proper rule of law.
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At Teleperformance in Greece, Tunisians' conditions are hanging by a thread
| 27 February 2024 | 15 minutes
 Yahya, Sofiane, Rafik, Chayma, and many others have left Tunisia to take up jobs with the multinational Teleperformance in Greece, with the hopes of improving their living conditions and broadening their horizons. However, the strenuous nature of their tasks, their precarious contracts, and the restrictions relating to their status as non-European foreigners have proved highly disappointing. Investigation.
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Law on associations: a bill that threatens civil society
| 13 December 2023 | 10 minutes
A new bill aimed at reshaping Tunisia's associative landscape was presented to the Assembly of People's Representatives (ARP) on October 10, 2023. Now, nearly two months later, the Head of Government has declared that a committee will be tasked with developing a draft law addressing the same issue. A number of associations and activists have expressed their concern about the repressive implications of this proposed legislation.
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In France, "supporting Palestine makes us terrorists"
| 26 October 2023 | 7 minutes
Over the past few days, Western pro-Israel policies - France's in particular - have caused a stir in every corner of the globe. By choosing to exploit the conflict and ban pro-Palestine demonstrations, French Minister of the Interior Gérald Darmanin stands at the forefront of a policy that not only jeopardizes the fundamental right to protest, but also affects foreigners, who are now feeling unsafe as he threatens to deport them.
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Tunisia-Palestine: a strong, yet limited support
| 24 October 2023 | 10 minutes
Tunisia has always been a passionate supporter of the Palestinian cause, whether through its international stance or its unwillingness to normalize relations with Israel. Since the war broke out on October 7, there has been a remarkable surge of solidarity. But, for Palestinians living in Tunisia, this support has its limits. Explained.
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Palestine: the fight for information
| 19 October 2023 | 15 minutes
Since the beginning of Israel's attacks on the Gaza Strip, journalists on the ground have been on the front lines, and many of them have already lost their lives. Meanwhile, the media machine in the rest of the world has gone wild, with even the most prominent media outlets spreading fake news. The crisis has given rise to a real battle for information.
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Hunger strike: opposition fights to ensure "prisoners' cause wouldn't be forgotten"
| 16 October 2023 | 10 minutes
From his prison cell, opposition politician Jawher Ben Mbarek went on a two-week hunger strike to protest against his imprisonment. Many political figures, from the Islamic bloc to the democratic left, gradually followed suit. Although his strike was suspended after he was hospitalized, it still made its mark on the opposition, which has been increasingly critical of Kais Saied's rule.
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