• Inside Story - Has life changed for Tunisia after the revolution?

    It's not often that the actions of one man can set in motion events that affect millions of people. But so it was for Mohamed Bouazizi, a Tunisian street vendor who set himself on fire five years ago. His actions triggered a revolution that ended with the downfall of President Zine Al Abidine Ben Ali and the end of decades of authoritarian rule. Tunisia's uprising inspired millions of people across the Middle East and North Africa to rise up, armed with a belief that change was possible. But five years on, many Tunisians wonder if it was all for nothing. Has the country that became a model for the Arab Spring, failed to deliver on the promise of real change? And what has the rest of the region learnt from Tunisia? Presenter: Folly Bah Thibault Guests: Rafik Abdessalem - Tu...

    published: 18 Dec 2015
  • Tunisia: After The Revolution And The Arab Spring

    Watch Our Latest Documentaries: http://ajplus.co/ajplusdocsnew The only country to emerge from the Arab Spring with anything close to a democracy, Tunisia has become a beacon of hope for the Arab world. But elections aren't everything, and not everyone has found their place in the new Tunisia. Young people might have freedom of expression, but they are still overwhelmingly excluded from political life. And many in the older generation see them as a menace. Some former revolutionary activists like Jihed Mabrouk are angry and disillusioned. Will they ever find justice? Download the AJ+ app at http://www.ajplus.net/ Subscribe for more videos: http://www.youtube.com/channel/UCV3Nm3T-XAgVhKH9jT0ViRg?sub_confirmation=1 Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/ajplus Like us on Facebook: ht...

    published: 20 Nov 2014
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  • The Stream - Tunisia’s delicate balance post-Arab Spring

    Tunisia is often viewed as the success story of the Arab Spring. Tunisians were the catalysts for the wave of revolutions that swept across the Middle East and North Africa. They were the first to oust their dictator, Zine El Abidine Ben Ali. The transitional government produced a constitution that brought together secularists and Islamists. Tunisia is the first country in the Arab world to be classified as “free” by Freedom House, something that hasn’t happened in 40 years. In October, the Nobel Peace Prize was awarded to the Tunisian National Dialogue Quartet for “building of a pluralistic democracy in Tunisia in the wake of the Jasmine Revolution of 2011”. But the country’s transition from dictatorship to democracy hasn’t been easy. High unemployment among youth and slow economic gro...

    published: 15 Dec 2015
  • Post émeutes, l'important volet relations Alger/Tunis Vs Washington/Paris

    La question vaut la peine d'être débattue : comment, à l'aune des émeutes en Algérie et en Tunisie, Washington et Paris vont-ils réaxer leurs relations avec la junte génocidaire algérienne et le despote Ben Ali ? Quels gages de continuité dans leurs politiques d'inféodation peuvent encore ces derniers assurer aux USA et aux Français ? Al Jazeera TV a entamé un débat entre ses hôtes en Studio.

    published: 09 Jan 2011
  • TV3 - Món 324 - Tunis i Egipte, post-primavera diferent

    Tunis canvia a poc a poc després de la seva "primavera". Egipte acaba tornant al passat. Perquè? Per @nicolasvalle

    published: 22 Jan 2014
  • Listening Post - Feature: The Tunisian media's obsession with terrorism

    Subscribe to our channel http://bit.ly/AJSubscribe Subscribe to our channel http://bit.ly/AJSubscribe Reaching more than 270 million households in over 140 countries across the globe, our viewers trust Al Jazeera English to keep them informed, inspired, and entertained. Our impartial, fact-based reporting wins worldwide praise and respect. It is our unique brand of journalism that the world has come to rely on. We are reshaping global media and constantly working to strengthen our reputation as one of the world's most respected news and current affairs channels. Social Media links: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/aljazeera Instagram: https://instagram.com/aljazeera/?ref=... Twitter: https://twitter.com/ajenglish Website: http://www.aljazeera.com/ google+: https://plus.google.com/+a...

    published: 22 Nov 2014
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    published: 04 Nov 2011
  • CNN Has the revolution changed Tunisia

    CNN Has the revolution changed Tunisia

    published: 20 Jul 2013
  • TUNISIE 10 01 2011 Aujourd'hui A TUNIS MANIFESTON DETRUI LE POST DE POLICE!!!أحراق مركز الشرطة في حي النور

    published: 11 Jan 2011
  • Harvard Arab Weekend 2013. About arts in post-uprising Tunisia by Youssef Ben Smail.

    Harvard Arab Weekend 2013 HAW Talks Harvard Law School 8 Nov 2014 About arts in post-uprising Tunisia by Youssef Ben Smail Rôle des artistes tunisiens dans le processus révolutionnaire. Youssef Ben Ismail will share a story about arts in post-uprising Tunisia. "Youssef Ben Ismail is a Tunisian graduate student at Harvard University's Center for Middle Eastern Studies. His work focuses mainly on the MENA region after the Arab Spring. He is currently writing a thesis on Women Islamist politicians in post-revolutionary Tunisia. He also blogs for the Huffington Post on Middle East affairs.

    published: 03 Feb 2014
  • World: Tunisia, After the Revolution - nytimes.com/video

    One month after massive demonstrations, the streets of the capital are much calmer, despite small pockets of ongoing protests. Related Article: http://nyti.ms/ik4zvF Please visit http://video.nytimes.com/video/2011/02/17/world/africa/100000000649298/tunisia-after-the-revolution.html to embed this video.

    published: 18 Feb 2011
  • Tunisian migrants riot on Italian island

    Desperate Tunisian migrants have staged a mutiny at a detention centre. Faced with imminent deportation from the Italian island of Lampedusa, they started a small fire and made a bid for freedom on Monday. Thousands fleeing political turmoil in Tunisia have made the crossing to Lampedusa this year. And they are determined not to go back. But some of the escapees were swiftly returned to the centre, to face repatriation, under a deal struck between Rome and the new, post-revolutionary authorities in Tunis. ... http://www.euronews.net/

    published: 12 Apr 2011
  • Women in Tunisia After the Arab Spring

    Tunisia has ever since it gained independence in 1956 and promulgated the so-called Code of Personal Status, which advanced the rights of women in a number of areas, been seen as a relatively progressive country when it comes to women’s rights. In the wake of the Tunisian Revolution, hopes were high for making even further headway. At the same time, some observers feared for a conservative backlash. When the new Constitution was drafted, the role of women was one of the most fiercely contested issues. What has changed since Ben Ali’s regime was thrown out of power in 2011? What are the most important challenges for women’s rights in post-revolutionary Tunisia? Speakers: Fatma Omrani Chargui, Chargée d’affaires e.p., Embassy of the Republic of Tunisia in Stockholm. Fanny Härgestam, Jou...

    published: 10 Mar 2015
  • After Tunisia's Revolution: Political and Economic Challenges a Year Later

    Learn More: http://pulitzercenter.org/projects/tunisia-revolution-democracy-unemployment-economy-strikes-conservatism-islam-constitution-arab-spring One year the Tunisian Revolution that sparked the Arab Spring, Pulitzer Center grantee Jessie Deeter continues her investigation of the politics and economy of Tunisia. The Tunisian Revolution, which ousted President Ben Ali after 23 years of strict rule, left Tunisia in a difficult political and economic transition during a worldwide recession and European debt crisis. Blooming unemployment and economic downturn continue to mire Tunisia's political scene, where the recent democratic victories of the Islamic Ennahda party lead some moderate Tunisians to question what progress was truly made after the Tunisian Revolution. This report is pa...

    published: 12 Jun 2012
  • Dr Chennoufi Rhinoplastie post opératoire Tunisie Partie 2

    ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬Pour plus d'informations▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ ***********************▃ Déroulez la barre "plus"▃ ************************** Dr Chennoufi suite opératoire d'une rhinoplastie La douleur n'est pas au premier plan. Une atèle sera placée et à garder 10 à 12 jours selon les cas. Les mèches (tulle gras) seront à retirer au bout de 24h. Au deuxième plan, c'est les ecchymose autour des yeux. Les bleus partent à environ 10 à 15 jours Chirurgien esthétique plastique reconstructrice à Tunis www.sunesthetique.com

    published: 12 Mar 2017
  • How to apply for a U.S. Non-Immigrant Visa from Tunisia (U.S. Embassy Tunis)

    Are you planning to visit the U.S. for tourism or a business trip? Are you a student planning to study in the US? If so, then you need a non-immigrant visa! This video will explain how to apply for a visa, pay the application fee, and schedule your interview at the U.S. Embassy Tunis. -------------------------------------------------- TRANSCRIPT -------------------------------------------------- Are you planning to visit the US for tourism or a business trip? Are you a student planning to study in the US? If so, then you need a non-immigrant visa! This video will explain how to apply for a visa, pay the application fee, and schedule your interview at the U.S. Embassy Tunis. The first step is to visit www.ustraveldocs.com to determine what type of visa you should apply for, and what ...

    published: 27 Apr 2015
  • Fatma Soltane pour Soltana - Fashion Week Tunis 2016

    La créatrice Fatma Soltane nous accorde une interview pour nous parler de sa signature Soltana pendant la Fashion Week Tunis 2016 Une interview par William Arlotti pour Le Fashion Post www.lefashionpost.com

    published: 22 Nov 2016
  • Amel Grami: The Debate on Law, Religion and Gender in Post-Revolutionary Tunisia

    Forum Law as Culture 17.06.2014 | 18.00 h | Käte Hamburger Kolleg "Law as Culture" | 53227 Bonn Amel Grami (Tunis/Bonn): The Debate on Law, Religion and Gender in Post-Revolutionary Tunisia: Emerging and inherited cultural patterns Abstract In a society transitioning to democracy from an authoritarian regime, drafting a new constitution is an important step in the establishment of a civil and democratic state. Indeed, the demand of Tunisians to write a new constitution reflects their ambitions, aspirations and hopes; but reality shows a huge gap between the expectations of the majority of Tunisians and the result of the drafting process. The Tunisian transition is characterized by a fierce debate between the secular and the religious forces. This unfolding confrontation forms the back...

    published: 10 Mar 2015
  • After the Revolution - Building a Democracy in Tunisia

    What is happening in Tunisia today? When will the new draft Constitution be ready? How is International IDEA contributing to the process? This 11 minute film takes you behind the scenes, providing you with a better understanding of the road to building the new constitution in Tunisia after the revolution in 2011.

    published: 01 Nov 2012
  • Post-Revolution Tunisia: Reaching for Gender Equality (Learning World S4E16, 3/3)

    When Tunisian students took to the streets three years ago, they hoped that political change could also improve education. Traditionally girls' education is given much less priority in the country than boys and illiteracy levels are significantly higher. Learning World is brought to you by euronews: http://www.euronews.com/learning-worldIn SUBSCRIBE to get more videos from WISE: http://www.youtube.com/WISEQatar?sub_confirmation=1 World Innovation Summit for Education (WISE) is an international, multi-sectoral and action-oriented platform for innovation in education that connects innovators, nurtures new ideas, and recognizes and supports successful initiatives that are helping revitalize education. For more information about WISE: http://www.wise-qatar.org Follow WISE on Twitter: h...

    published: 15 Jan 2014
  • Post "Arab Spring" Tunisia still in turmoil - the network

    Two years after the "Arab Spring", which saw the fall of the old regime and brought... euronews, the most watched news channel in Europe Subscribe for your daily dose of international news, curated and explained:http://eurone.ws/10ZCK4a Euronews is available in 13 other languages: http://eurone.ws/17moBCU http://www.euronews.com/2013/06/14/post-arab-spring-tunisia-still-in-turmoil Two years after the "Arab Spring", which saw the fall of the old regime and brought democracy to Tunisia, life remains difficult for a large part of the country. The Islamic government of President Moncef Marzouki led by the moderate Ennahda party has so far failed to revive the economy; unemployment and inflation remain high. The murder of a government critic, Chokri Belaïd in February sparked large demons...

    published: 14 Jun 2013
  • Post Revolutionary Tunisia in the Midst of the Arab Spring Civic Resistance to Civil Society

    International Symposium on the Arab Spring in Istanbul, Turkey | May 24, 2012 The events that swept across North Africa and the Middle East since January 2011 have transformed the political map of the region. Jointly termed the "Arab Spring," these popular uprisings have brought down some of the most entrenched and repressive authoritarian regimes of our times. Yet the political future of the Middle East is far from set. While some countries in the region are setting up transitional governments and devising constitutional frameworks for their first democratic elections, others are in the midst of violent protests and fierce repression. The political origins, dynamics, and implications of these momentous events was the focus of an international symposium held on May 24, 2012, in Turkey, whi...

    published: 26 May 2017
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    published: 24 Mar 2017
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    Club actuel: Espérance de Tunis Poste: Ailier gauche Né le: 22/04/1996 Taille: 1m83 Poids: 75 kg

    published: 25 Jun 2017
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    Club actuel: Espérance de Tunis Poste: Attaquant Né le: 20/06/1991 Taille: 1m89 Poids: 85 kg

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    published: 24 Feb 2017
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    published: 18 Feb 2017
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Inside Story - Has life changed for Tunisia after the revolution?

Inside Story - Has life changed for Tunisia after the revolution?

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It's not often that the actions of one man can set in motion events that affect millions of people. But so it was for Mohamed Bouazizi, a Tunisian street vendor who set himself on fire five years ago. His actions triggered a revolution that ended with the downfall of President Zine Al Abidine Ben Ali and the end of decades of authoritarian rule. Tunisia's uprising inspired millions of people across the Middle East and North Africa to rise up, armed with a belief that change was possible. But five years on, many Tunisians wonder if it was all for nothing. Has the country that became a model for the Arab Spring, failed to deliver on the promise of real change? And what has the rest of the region learnt from Tunisia? Presenter: Folly Bah Thibault Guests: Rafik Abdessalem - Tunisian politician and head of external affairs for the Ennahda party. Nadia Marzouki - author and political scientist at the Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique. Nicholas Noe - Middle East analyst and co-director of The Tunis Exchange - Subscribe to our channel: http://bit.ly/AJSubscribe - Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/AJEnglish - Find us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/aljazeera - Check out our website: http://www.aljazeera.com/
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Tunisia: After The Revolution And The Arab Spring

Tunisia: After The Revolution And The Arab Spring

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Watch Our Latest Documentaries: http://ajplus.co/ajplusdocsnew The only country to emerge from the Arab Spring with anything close to a democracy, Tunisia has become a beacon of hope for the Arab world. But elections aren't everything, and not everyone has found their place in the new Tunisia. Young people might have freedom of expression, but they are still overwhelmingly excluded from political life. And many in the older generation see them as a menace. Some former revolutionary activists like Jihed Mabrouk are angry and disillusioned. Will they ever find justice? Download the AJ+ app at http://www.ajplus.net/ Subscribe for more videos: http://www.youtube.com/channel/UCV3Nm3T-XAgVhKH9jT0ViRg?sub_confirmation=1 Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/ajplus Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ajpluscommunity Learn more about AJ+: http://www.ajplus.net/
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aikido à Tunis seance post-entikhabét.mp4

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The Stream - Tunisia’s delicate balance post-Arab Spring

The Stream - Tunisia’s delicate balance post-Arab Spring

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Tunisia is often viewed as the success story of the Arab Spring. Tunisians were the catalysts for the wave of revolutions that swept across the Middle East and North Africa. They were the first to oust their dictator, Zine El Abidine Ben Ali. The transitional government produced a constitution that brought together secularists and Islamists. Tunisia is the first country in the Arab world to be classified as “free” by Freedom House, something that hasn’t happened in 40 years. In October, the Nobel Peace Prize was awarded to the Tunisian National Dialogue Quartet for “building of a pluralistic democracy in Tunisia in the wake of the Jasmine Revolution of 2011”. But the country’s transition from dictatorship to democracy hasn’t been easy. High unemployment among youth and slow economic growth continue to pose significant challenges. The country has also struggled with the threat of violence from armed groups like ISIL. In March, an ISIL attack on the Bardo museum in Tunis left 21 tourists dead. In June, an ISIL gunman killed 38 tourists on a Tunisian beach in Sousse. In November, an explosion killed a dozen Tunisian presidential guards and wounded several others on a bus in the central part of the capital. Back in July the government responded by declaring a state of emergency which suspended some liberties and granted the police and military exceptional powers. Parliament then passed a controversial counter-terrorism bill, which critics say jeopardises basic constitutional rights. A few weeks later, the state of emergency was extended for two more months. President Beji Caid Essebsi says his country is at war with terrorism. But some Tunisians fear that the state of emergency and the new “anti-terror” law are undermining the political progress that has already been made. On this episode of The Stream, we speak with: Faycal Gouia Tunisian Ambassador to the US Skander Ben Hamda @BulletSkan Cyber activist skander.tn Mariem Masmoudi @YngDemTunsia Tunisian political and civil society activist Ines Amri @Iness_Amri Deputy Secretary General, Maghreb Economic Forum Follow The Stream and join Al Jazeera’s social media community: This episode’s story: http://stream.aljazeera.com/story/201... FACEBOOK: http://www.facebook.com/AJStream TWITTER: https://twitter.com/AJStream GOOGLE+: http://google.com/+TheStream **************************************************** On The Stream: Five years igniting the Arab Spring, what are the challenges facing Tunisia? Thumbnail: Demonstrators place flowers in the barrels of soldiers' guns as people take to the streets again to protest for changes in Tunisia's new government on January 20, 2011 in Tunis, Tunisia. (GETTY/CHRISTOPHER FURLONG) - Subscribe to our channel: http://bit.ly/AJSubscribe - Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/AJEnglish - Find us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/aljazeera - Check out our website: http://www.aljazeera.com/
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Post émeutes, l'important volet relations Alger/Tunis Vs Washington/Paris

Post émeutes, l'important volet relations Alger/Tunis Vs Washington/Paris

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La question vaut la peine d'être débattue : comment, à l'aune des émeutes en Algérie et en Tunisie, Washington et Paris vont-ils réaxer leurs relations avec la junte génocidaire algérienne et le despote Ben Ali ? Quels gages de continuité dans leurs politiques d'inféodation peuvent encore ces derniers assurer aux USA et aux Français ? Al Jazeera TV a entamé un débat entre ses hôtes en Studio.
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TV3 - Món 324 - Tunis i Egipte, post-primavera diferent

TV3 - Món 324 - Tunis i Egipte, post-primavera diferent

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Tunis canvia a poc a poc després de la seva "primavera". Egipte acaba tornant al passat. Perquè? Per @nicolasvalle
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Listening Post - Feature: The Tunisian media's obsession with terrorism

Listening Post - Feature: The Tunisian media's obsession with terrorism

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Subscribe to our channel http://bit.ly/AJSubscribe Subscribe to our channel http://bit.ly/AJSubscribe Reaching more than 270 million households in over 140 countries across the globe, our viewers trust Al Jazeera English to keep them informed, inspired, and entertained. Our impartial, fact-based reporting wins worldwide praise and respect. It is our unique brand of journalism that the world has come to rely on. We are reshaping global media and constantly working to strengthen our reputation as one of the world's most respected news and current affairs channels. Social Media links: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/aljazeera Instagram: https://instagram.com/aljazeera/?ref=... Twitter: https://twitter.com/ajenglish Website: http://www.aljazeera.com/ google+: https://plus.google.com/+aljazeera/posts At Al Jazeera English, we focus on people and events that affect people's lives. We bring topics to light that often go under-reported, listening to all sides of the story and giving a 'voice to the voiceless.' Reaching more than 270 million households in over 140 countries across the globe, our viewers trust Al Jazeera English to keep them informed, inspired, and entertained. Our impartial, fact-based reporting wins worldwide praise and respect. It is our unique brand of journalism that the world has come to rely on. We are reshaping global media and constantly working to strengthen our reputation as one of the world's most respected news and current affairs channels. Social Media links: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/aljazeera Instagram: https://instagram.com/aljazeera/?ref=... Twitter: https://twitter.com/ajenglish Website: http://www.aljazeera.com/ google+: https://plus.google.com/+aljazeera/posts
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aikido à Tunis seance post entikhabét mp4   YouTube

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CNN Has the revolution changed Tunisia

CNN Has the revolution changed Tunisia

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CNN Has the revolution changed Tunisia
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TUNISIE 10 01 2011 Aujourd'hui A TUNIS MANIFESTON DETRUI LE POST DE POLICE!!!أحراق مركز الشرطة في حي النور

TUNISIE 10 01 2011 Aujourd'hui A TUNIS MANIFESTON DETRUI LE POST DE POLICE!!!أحراق مركز الشرطة في حي النور

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Harvard Arab Weekend 2013.  About arts in post-uprising Tunisia by Youssef Ben Smail.

Harvard Arab Weekend 2013. About arts in post-uprising Tunisia by Youssef Ben Smail.

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Harvard Arab Weekend 2013 HAW Talks Harvard Law School 8 Nov 2014 About arts in post-uprising Tunisia by Youssef Ben Smail Rôle des artistes tunisiens dans le processus révolutionnaire. Youssef Ben Ismail will share a story about arts in post-uprising Tunisia. "Youssef Ben Ismail is a Tunisian graduate student at Harvard University's Center for Middle Eastern Studies. His work focuses mainly on the MENA region after the Arab Spring. He is currently writing a thesis on Women Islamist politicians in post-revolutionary Tunisia. He also blogs for the Huffington Post on Middle East affairs.
https://wn.com/Harvard_Arab_Weekend_2013._About_Arts_In_Post_Uprising_Tunisia_By_Youssef_Ben_Smail.
World: Tunisia, After the Revolution - nytimes.com/video

World: Tunisia, After the Revolution - nytimes.com/video

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One month after massive demonstrations, the streets of the capital are much calmer, despite small pockets of ongoing protests. Related Article: http://nyti.ms/ik4zvF Please visit http://video.nytimes.com/video/2011/02/17/world/africa/100000000649298/tunisia-after-the-revolution.html to embed this video.
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Tunisian migrants riot on Italian island

Tunisian migrants riot on Italian island

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Desperate Tunisian migrants have staged a mutiny at a detention centre. Faced with imminent deportation from the Italian island of Lampedusa, they started a small fire and made a bid for freedom on Monday. Thousands fleeing political turmoil in Tunisia have made the crossing to Lampedusa this year. And they are determined not to go back. But some of the escapees were swiftly returned to the centre, to face repatriation, under a deal struck between Rome and the new, post-revolutionary authorities in Tunis. ... http://www.euronews.net/
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Women in Tunisia After the Arab Spring

Women in Tunisia After the Arab Spring

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Tunisia has ever since it gained independence in 1956 and promulgated the so-called Code of Personal Status, which advanced the rights of women in a number of areas, been seen as a relatively progressive country when it comes to women’s rights. In the wake of the Tunisian Revolution, hopes were high for making even further headway. At the same time, some observers feared for a conservative backlash. When the new Constitution was drafted, the role of women was one of the most fiercely contested issues. What has changed since Ben Ali’s regime was thrown out of power in 2011? What are the most important challenges for women’s rights in post-revolutionary Tunisia? Speakers: Fatma Omrani Chargui, Chargée d’affaires e.p., Embassy of the Republic of Tunisia in Stockholm. Fanny Härgestam, Journalist based in Tunis and author of the book "Det här är vår tid: fyra kvinnor efter revolutionen i Tunisien”, winner of Prix de la Francophonie en Suède, and nominated for Stora Journalistpriset 2014. Stefan Borg, Research Fellow at UI. The seminar took place at the Swedish Institute of International Affairs on March 6, 2014 and was moderated by Nathalie Besèr, freelance reporter and previously Advisor at UI. The latest issue of UI's publication Världspolitikens Dagsfrågor ”Kvinnokamp i uppförsbacke: 4 år efter arabiska våren” written by Fanny Härgestam and Aron Lund, is for sale at www.ui.se.
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After Tunisia's Revolution: Political and Economic Challenges a Year Later

After Tunisia's Revolution: Political and Economic Challenges a Year Later

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Learn More: http://pulitzercenter.org/projects/tunisia-revolution-democracy-unemployment-economy-strikes-conservatism-islam-constitution-arab-spring One year the Tunisian Revolution that sparked the Arab Spring, Pulitzer Center grantee Jessie Deeter continues her investigation of the politics and economy of Tunisia. The Tunisian Revolution, which ousted President Ben Ali after 23 years of strict rule, left Tunisia in a difficult political and economic transition during a worldwide recession and European debt crisis. Blooming unemployment and economic downturn continue to mire Tunisia's political scene, where the recent democratic victories of the Islamic Ennahda party lead some moderate Tunisians to question what progress was truly made after the Tunisian Revolution. This report is part of the Pulitzer Center-sponsored project "One Year After the Revolution, Where is Tunisia Headed" (http://bit.ly/zVdlf5)
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Dr Chennoufi Rhinoplastie post opératoire Tunisie Partie 2

Dr Chennoufi Rhinoplastie post opératoire Tunisie Partie 2

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▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬Pour plus d'informations▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ ***********************▃ Déroulez la barre "plus"▃ ************************** Dr Chennoufi suite opératoire d'une rhinoplastie La douleur n'est pas au premier plan. Une atèle sera placée et à garder 10 à 12 jours selon les cas. Les mèches (tulle gras) seront à retirer au bout de 24h. Au deuxième plan, c'est les ecchymose autour des yeux. Les bleus partent à environ 10 à 15 jours Chirurgien esthétique plastique reconstructrice à Tunis www.sunesthetique.com
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How to apply for a U.S. Non-Immigrant Visa from Tunisia (U.S. Embassy Tunis)

How to apply for a U.S. Non-Immigrant Visa from Tunisia (U.S. Embassy Tunis)

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Are you planning to visit the U.S. for tourism or a business trip? Are you a student planning to study in the US? If so, then you need a non-immigrant visa! This video will explain how to apply for a visa, pay the application fee, and schedule your interview at the U.S. Embassy Tunis. -------------------------------------------------- TRANSCRIPT -------------------------------------------------- Are you planning to visit the US for tourism or a business trip? Are you a student planning to study in the US? If so, then you need a non-immigrant visa! This video will explain how to apply for a visa, pay the application fee, and schedule your interview at the U.S. Embassy Tunis. The first step is to visit www.ustraveldocs.com to determine what type of visa you should apply for, and what specific documents you will need. First, choose your location. Then select “Nonimmigrant” visa. Review the visa categories and necessary documents carefully because selecting the wrong visa class or failing to supply the required documents may significantly delay your visa application. Once you know which visa you are applying for, complete and submit the DS-160 visa application form online. All applicants, including children, must have their own DS-160 visa application. The next step is to pay the visa application fee. To learn more about the fees for each visa category and bank locations where fees can be paid, click on “Visa Fees”. When you’re ready to make your visa fee payment, visit the homepage and select “Apply now”. On the first page, if you are not registered you will need to create an account. If you are already registered, enter your email and password, type the two words you see in the box below exactly as they appear, with no spaces and press “connect.” To create a new user, click “new user”, enter your information and password, type the two words you see in the box below exactly as they appear, with no spaces and press “Send”. Once your account is created, you will be connected to your dashboard. SelectSchedule an appointment” and answer the questions displayed on the screen. After you’ve finished, select “Click here for all payment options” to select the Tunisian Post Office. Print the deposit slip that appears on the screen. You will have to present it, in person, at the Tunisian Post Office to pay your visa. Remember to bring your passport with you for identification purposes. After you have paid the visa fee, log back into your profile to schedule an appointment. Remember that your payment receipt will not be valid until 11:00 AM the following day. After you have paid the visa fee, log back into your profile to schedule an appointment. Remember that your payment receipt will not be valid until 11:00 AM the following day. Answer the questions on the screen and then enter the transaction reference number (Receipt Number) when you reach the final step. Now you can select the date and time of your appointment. You can also call the Call Center to schedule an appointment. We recommend that you apply for your visa at least 90 days before you plan to travel and that you do not make travel reservations until you receive a visa in your passport. While most qualified applicants receive their visas within one business day, some visas are subject to administrative processing, which can take one to four months or longer to complete. This processing cannot be waived or expedited. If you have an urgent need to travel, schedule the earliest available appointment, and then send a request to the call center for an expedited appointment. Select the “Apply for Expedited Visa Processing” link to learn more. Emergency appointment requests are considered in limited cases, for urgent medical or business travel, or for students and exchange visitors. There is no guarantee that an appointment can be expedited. Now you are ready to apply for your visa to visit the United States. To summarize: 1-Fill out the DS-160 application form online. 2- Use www.ustraveldocs.com to select your visa category and print out the deposit slip. 3-Pay the visa fee at the Tunisian Post Office. 4 –Schedule your visa appointment online or through the call center after 11:00 am the next day. 5-Bring all the required documents on the day of your appointment. If you have any questions, please contact the Call Center: Email: Support-Tunisia@ustraveldocs.com Phone: 0021671160456 (Tunisia) 1 703 520 2249 ( USA) -------------------------------------------------- TRANSCRIPT --------------------------------------------------
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Fatma Soltane pour Soltana - Fashion Week Tunis 2016

Fatma Soltane pour Soltana - Fashion Week Tunis 2016

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La créatrice Fatma Soltane nous accorde une interview pour nous parler de sa signature Soltana pendant la Fashion Week Tunis 2016 Une interview par William Arlotti pour Le Fashion Post www.lefashionpost.com
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Amel Grami: The Debate on Law, Religion and Gender in Post-Revolutionary Tunisia

Amel Grami: The Debate on Law, Religion and Gender in Post-Revolutionary Tunisia

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Forum Law as Culture 17.06.2014 | 18.00 h | Käte Hamburger Kolleg "Law as Culture" | 53227 Bonn Amel Grami (Tunis/Bonn): The Debate on Law, Religion and Gender in Post-Revolutionary Tunisia: Emerging and inherited cultural patterns Abstract In a society transitioning to democracy from an authoritarian regime, drafting a new constitution is an important step in the establishment of a civil and democratic state. Indeed, the demand of Tunisians to write a new constitution reflects their ambitions, aspirations and hopes; but reality shows a huge gap between the expectations of the majority of Tunisians and the result of the drafting process. The Tunisian transition is characterized by a fierce debate between the secular and the religious forces. This unfolding confrontation forms the backdrop to the process of drafting a new constitution amid anxiety surrounding the role of law, the place of Islam in the new political system and the gender relationship. However, fears of the resurrection of a new theocratic dictatorship are mitigated by a dynamic civil society in which voices that were silenced, invisible or misused by the former regime of Zine al-Abidine Ben Ali are becoming distinctly vocal. Their action has become increasingly visible evolving around the place of law, religion, and gender in the new Constitutional framework. The debate has been so far marked by constant clashes between not only ideologies but inherited and emerging cultural patterns some of which have become part of the local socio-cultural landscape reflected namely in dress, the arts and debates on the place of women in society and politics. Prof. Dr. Amel Grami Curriculum Vitae Amel Grami studied Arabic Language Literature and History at the University of Tunis, where she received her PhD with a thesis on "Apostasy in Islamic Thought" in 1993. In 2004, she obtained her Doctorat d'Etat with a treatise on "Difference in Islamic Culture" from the University of Manouba. Since 1993, Amel Grami has been researching and teaching at the Faculty of Arts and Humanities of the University of Manouba, where she became Professor for Arabic Studies in 2005. Professor Grami is one of the world's leading experts on the intersect between Comparative Religious Studies and Gender Studies (with special focus on Maghreb societies). For many years, she has been dealing with issues related to the dialog between religions and cultures. Her special fields of interest include reform movements in the Middle East and Tunisia. Amel Grami has also been a widely visible and vocal intellectual supporter of women's rights in the Islamic world in public discourse and the media, particularly during the course of the recent upheaval in the Maghreb. Since May 2014 Amel Grami is Fellow at the Käte Hamburger Center for Advanced Study in the Humanities "Law as Culture". ______________________________________________________ www.law-as-culture.com - www.recht-als-kultur.de
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After the Revolution - Building a Democracy in Tunisia

After the Revolution - Building a Democracy in Tunisia

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What is happening in Tunisia today? When will the new draft Constitution be ready? How is International IDEA contributing to the process? This 11 minute film takes you behind the scenes, providing you with a better understanding of the road to building the new constitution in Tunisia after the revolution in 2011.
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Post-Revolution Tunisia: Reaching for Gender Equality (Learning World S4E16, 3/3)

Post-Revolution Tunisia: Reaching for Gender Equality (Learning World S4E16, 3/3)

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When Tunisian students took to the streets three years ago, they hoped that political change could also improve education. Traditionally girls' education is given much less priority in the country than boys and illiteracy levels are significantly higher. Learning World is brought to you by euronews: http://www.euronews.com/learning-worldIn SUBSCRIBE to get more videos from WISE: http://www.youtube.com/WISEQatar?sub_confirmation=1 World Innovation Summit for Education (WISE) is an international, multi-sectoral and action-oriented platform for innovation in education that connects innovators, nurtures new ideas, and recognizes and supports successful initiatives that are helping revitalize education. For more information about WISE: http://www.wise-qatar.org Follow WISE on Twitter: http://twitter.com/WISE_Tweets Like WISE on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/wiseqatar
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Post "Arab Spring" Tunisia still in turmoil - the network

Post "Arab Spring" Tunisia still in turmoil - the network

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Two years after the "Arab Spring", which saw the fall of the old regime and brought... euronews, the most watched news channel in Europe Subscribe for your daily dose of international news, curated and explained:http://eurone.ws/10ZCK4a Euronews is available in 13 other languages: http://eurone.ws/17moBCU http://www.euronews.com/2013/06/14/post-arab-spring-tunisia-still-in-turmoil Two years after the "Arab Spring", which saw the fall of the old regime and brought democracy to Tunisia, life remains difficult for a large part of the country. The Islamic government of President Moncef Marzouki led by the moderate Ennahda party has so far failed to revive the economy; unemployment and inflation remain high. The murder of a government critic, Chokri Belaïd in February sparked large demonstrations. At the same time the government is fighting against the Salafists and other extremists, who are demanding an Islamic state to replace this emerging democracy. Will the elections, that are due to be held later this year, change the political landscape - or is Tunisia destined for more instability? And what role should the EU play in stabilising the new Tunisia and other governments in the region? In this edition of The Network, Euronews journalist Chris Burns is joined by: Latifa Habbechi, a member of Ennahda and Tunisian Member of Parliament; Youssef Ben Abdeljelil, President of Nidaa Tounes and MEP Michael Gahler, Chief Observer of the European Union for Tunisian elections in 2011. Find us on: Youtube http://bit.ly/zr3upY Facebook http://www.facebook.com/euronews.fans Twitter http://twitter.com/euronews
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Post Revolutionary Tunisia in the Midst of the Arab Spring  Civic Resistance to Civil Society

Post Revolutionary Tunisia in the Midst of the Arab Spring Civic Resistance to Civil Society

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International Symposium on the Arab Spring in Istanbul, Turkey | May 24, 2012 The events that swept across North Africa and the Middle East since January 2011 have transformed the political map of the region. Jointly termed the "Arab Spring," these popular uprisings have brought down some of the most entrenched and repressive authoritarian regimes of our times. Yet the political future of the Middle East is far from set. While some countries in the region are setting up transitional governments and devising constitutional frameworks for their first democratic elections, others are in the midst of violent protests and fierce repression. The political origins, dynamics, and implications of these momentous events was the focus of an international symposium held on May 24, 2012, in Turkey, which was organized by the CMES at UC Berkeley and sponsored by Istanbul Aydin University. The symposium brought together experts from the United States, Europe, and the Middle East to discuss the prospect of democratic consolidation in the Arab world. Specifically, some of the questions they addressed included: •Will the uprisings and protests that have stretched throughout the region lead to the further re-entrenchment of market rule under Islamic and (relatively more) democratic leadership? •Are there counter-dynamics that could rein in market dynamics and build redistributive economies, or at least stronger welfare states and independent unions? These issues were discussed in relation to the “Turkish model,” which many in the western media and academia hold up as an exemplary democracy. The participants highlighted certain aspects of the Turkish case that remain under-analyzed in recent debates, ranging from its thoroughly inegalitarian neoliberalism and its frequent deployment of authoritarian techniques and discourses. They also discussed to what degree the ruling party and emergent regime in Turkey are “Islamic,” despite some Arab Islamists’ investment in this belief. The discussion of the Turkish case in its relation to the Arab revolutionary processes also allowed the participants to problematize concepts and categories such as democracy, Islamic state, Islamism, Islamic democracy and to have a fresh debate about the articulations of Islam and neoliberalism. The video above is a recording of Dr. Laryssa Chomiak, Director of the American Institute for Maghrib Studies (AIMS) Overseas Research Center, Centre d'études maghrébines à Tunis (CEMAT), presenting a paper titled, "Post-Revolutionary Tunisia in the Midst of the Arab Spring: Civic Resistance to Civil Society."
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ITU INTERVIEWS: Moez Chakchouk, CEO & Chairman, Tunisia Post

ITU INTERVIEWS: Moez Chakchouk, CEO & Chairman, Tunisia Post

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ITU "Workshop on Security Aspects of Blockchain" was hosted in Geneva, Switzerland on 21 March 2017. More information on ITU-T SG17 Security can be obtained on the SG17 website​: https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-T/studygroups/2017-2020/17/Pages/default.aspx
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Maher Ben Sghaier | 2015-2017

Maher Ben Sghaier | 2015-2017

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Club actuel: Espérance de Tunis Poste: Ailier gauche Né le: 22/04/1996 Taille: 1m83 Poids: 75 kg
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Fakhreddine Ben Youssef | 2015-2017 | Short version

Fakhreddine Ben Youssef | 2015-2017 | Short version

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Club actuel: Espérance de Tunis Poste: Attaquant Né le: 20/06/1991 Taille: 1m89 Poids: 85 kg
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Iheb Mbarki | 2015-2017 | Short version

Iheb Mbarki | 2015-2017 | Short version

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Club actuel: Espérance de Tunis Poste: Latéral droit Né le: 06/01/1992 Taille: 1m86 Poids: 75 kg
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Ghaylen Chaalali | 2015-2017 | Short version

Ghaylen Chaalali | 2015-2017 | Short version

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Club Actuel : Espérance de Tunis Poste : Milieu relayeur Né le: 28/02/1994 Pays: Tunisie Taille: 1m79 Poids: 73 Kg Musique: Phantom Sage - Crystal Clouds] Floatinurboat - Spirit of Things
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Chamseddine Dhaouadi | 2015 & 2016

Chamseddine Dhaouadi | 2015 & 2016

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Club Actuel : Espérance de Tunis Poste : Défenseur Central Né le: 16/01/1987 Pays: Tunisie Taille: 1m93 Poids: 86 Kg
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