All posts tagged with: Tunisia

NAVISS... Where bridges were built

Posted August 26, 2014 no picture Yosr Jouini

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Where? -Monastir, Tunisia When? – 3rd-10th of August 2014 Who? -20 participants in addition to the trainers and the organizers from 7 different countries: Tunisia, Slovakia, Morocco, Egypt, Czech, Poland and Hungary: Why? – NAVISS: North African Visegrad Summer School Well, those were the circumstances in which we lived for a week as participants of the North African Visegrad Summer School. A summer school organized by PDCS (Partners for Democratic Change Slovakia)...


Your voice matters

Posted July 30, 2014 no picture Yosr Jouini

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Five-million-citizens confirmed their will to participate in the election process. Five months till the end of the year… the deadline set by the national constitutional assembly to organize both parliamentary and presidential elections. And after the adoption of the 2014 constitution, the 5th fundamental laws of the country’s history, Tunisians have been asking several questions: Should I register to vote in the upcoming election? Or maybe I have to boycott the whole proc...


A story with three points at closing...

Posted July 5, 2014 no picture Yosr Jouini

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Hello everyone ! I am really honored to start blogging on voices of youth platform and interact with all of you. First of all, let me introduce myself: My name is Yosr Jouini. I am a civil society member, a software engineering student and an occasional blogger. So, twenty years ago, I’ve been born in a small country in North Africa called Tunisia. And I’ve been living in a city near the capital. Even though I didn’t move or change where I live, I had the chance to meet...


Africa. What is the real story?

Posted November 9, 2013 no picture Kwoba @H_Kwoba

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When deciding what my first blog should be about, I had a bit of a dilemma choosing the side of focus for my post. I had the option of amplifying the negatives of my continent or try to paint a different image of what Kenya and Africa in general is all about. Every young African who is concerned about development is at some point faced with a similar puzzle; why are we always questioning what the African story should be about? And most importantly; who should be telling this Africa...