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Tunisia Conflict Insights

After independence from France in 1956, the Republic of Tunisia engaged in significant reforms to create a modern state under the rule of a political class led by the first president, Habib Bourguiba. Since then, Tunisia has seen two major political…

Les Tunisiens ont Confiance en Leurs Tribunaux Mais Pensent Que les Gens ne Sont Pas Égaux Devant la Loi / Tunisians Trust Their Courts but Believe that People are not Equal before the Law

Tunisia ranks eighth in Africa and 56th in the world according to the World Justice Project's Rule of Law Index (2020). Based on primary data, this index measures each country's performance on the rule of law across eight factors: constraints on gov…

Tunisie: La Démocratie à L’épreuve de la Transition Économique / Tunisia: A Democracy Tested by Economic Transition

Tunisia recently celebrated the 10th anniversary of the revolution that put an end to the old Beninese regime and defined the principles of the Second Republic. With economic growth and social justice as its main grievances, the Tunisian revolution…

ARP: Les Évaluations Citoyennes Avaient Déjà Tiré la Sonnette D’alarme en Tunisie / ARP: Citizens' Evaluations have already Sounded the Alarm in Tunisia

On Sunday 25 July, the President of the Tunisian Republic declared the suspension of the Assembly of People's Representatives (ARP), the resignation of the head of government and the lifting of parliamentary immunity. These measures follow the six-m…

Addressing Youth Unemployment through Industries without Smokestacks: A Tunisia Case Study

Although the manufacturing sector is known to have a unique role in structural transformation, the industries without smokestacks (IWOSS) that include tradable services, and that concern in Tunisia mainly IT, tourism, transport, trade, and financial…

Despite Freedoms seen as Growing, Tunisians Show Limited Citizen Engagement

Tunisia has been a model of successful democratic transition in the Arab world since its revolution in 2011. While Libya, Yemen, and Syria have descended into civil war, Egypt and Bahrain into repression and authoritarianism, Tunisia is the only Ar…

The Rebirth: Tunisia’s Potential Development Pathways to 2040

This report analyses Tunisia’s most likely Current Path development trajectory post COVID-19, and the impact of three alternative scenarios. The Growth-led scenario simulates a future where Tunisia pursues economic growth at all costs. The Leapfro…

African Truth Commissions and Survivors of Conflict-related Sexual Violence: Opportunities and Challenges for Greater Inclusion

Within the international development and human rights communities, awareness of the use of conflict-related sexual violence (CRSV) as a tool of war has grown significantly over the past two decades. Truth commissions have emerged as a key response t…

Les Tunisiens Sont Favorables au Protectionnisme Mais Soutiennent les Investissements Étrangers / Tunisians Favour Protectionism but Support Foreign Investment

According to the Afrobarometer survey conducted in 2020, Tunisians prefer protectionism to free trade, to protect Tunisian producers and companies from foreign competition. However, the majority of Tunisians support foreign direct investments, perha…

Structural Change, Productivity, and Jobs Creation: Evidence from Tunisia

Although Tunisia has developed its higher education to move up the value chain, its economy has not been able to grow beyond low-skilled and low-wage activities. As a result, the newly unemployed have been mainly young and well-educated people, refl…

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