• Syrian barber stuck in legal limbo in Tunisia

    Syrian refugee Ammar Mouheddine makes a living in Tunisia as a barber. But as the country has no asylum legislation, he feels insecure about his status. Tunisia officially has only 504 Syrian asylum seekers but some estimates are as high as 3,000. A rights group, Arab Institute for Human Rights, has proposed a legal draft on asylum for approval by the Council of People's Congress. Subscribe: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC7fWeaHhqgM4Ry-RMpM2YYw?sub_confirmation=1 Livestream: https://www.youtube.com/c/trtworld/live Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TRTWorld Twitter: https://twitter.com/TRTWorld Visit our website: http://www.trtworld.com/

    published: 26 Mar 2017
  • Tunis Elections

    VOA's Vincent Makori gets a perspective on the Tunisian election from Sadok Belaid, a former Dean of Law at Tunis University and professor at the School of Legal, Political and Social Sciences.

    published: 26 Oct 2011
  • Refugee feels he's in limbo in Tunis

    (14 Mar 2017) LEADIN: A Syrian man is making a living in Tunisia as a barber. But as the country has no asylum legislation, he feels insecure about his status. STORYLINE: Ammar Mouheddine carefully trims a client's hair. He works as a barber in Tunis but this is not his home. Mouheddine is a Syrian migrant who fled the war, first to Algeria. His visa applications to enter Tunisia were twice refused. But he was determined to get into the country. "Some Tunisians in Algeria suggested helping by smuggling us without the need to request a visa," he says. Mouheddine has left his parents behind in Syria, but he's building a new family life in Tunisia. He has a young daughter who was born here. But living in Tunisia comes with insecurities. As he entered the country illegally, he doe...

    published: 19 Mar 2017
  • Cris Cab - Englishman In New-York ft. Tefa & Moox, Willy William

    WATCH THE NEW MUSIC VIDEO OF CRIS CAB featuring Tefa&Moox, Willy William #TMPZ iTunes : http://po.st/TPMZcriscabiT Deezer : http://po.st/TPMZcriscabDz Spotify : http://po.st/TMPZcriscabSp Google Play : http://po.st/TPMZcriscabGp Amazon MP3 : http://po.st/TPMZcriscabAm Qobuz : http://po.st/TPMZcriscabQo Starzik : http://po.st/TPMZcriscabSt

    published: 09 Mar 2015
  • 8,000 Tunisians Demand Sharia Law while Shouting Anti-Semitic Slogans in Tunis - Ennahda Rejects

    Tunisia's Jewish community is filing an official complaint over anti-Semitic slogans which were chanted during a protest at the weekend demanding the imposition of sharia law in Tunisia. Similar incidents occured in January during a visit by Hamas leader Ismail Haniyeh and again in February during the visit of an Egyptian cleric. Roughly 8,000 Muslims were demonstrating in central Tunis to demand strict Islamic law, but the dominant party in Tunisia's new government, the moderate Ennahda party, rejected these calls and insisted that it will maintain the secular nature of the government. Ennahda's position has increasingly polarised the country, and while secular-leaning citizens praised its response, fundamentalist Muslims criticised it. Tunisia has an Islamic majority of 90% with relat...

    published: 30 Mar 2012
  • Tunisia: Trial of a tunisian journalist

    A new trial opens today in Tunis. It follows an uproar in Tunisia after Nessma television broadcast of the animated film Persepolis. Now the publisher of the Attounissia newspaper is on trial for disrupting the public order. The legal battle comes following the paper's publication of a a photo of a footaball player and embracing a naked woman in mid February. A France 24 report by David Thomson. PKG Attounissia is a young newsroom The daily paper has only been around for three months But it's already had a trouble with Tunisia's legal system. In mid-February three of its journalists including the editor in chief were arrested for assaulting public morality SOT Habib Guizani, Editor, 'Attounissia' newspaper "Liberties are being challenged following the revolution . The first being the freed...

    published: 08 Mar 2012
  • The Unknown Mission - Tunisia Explore

    Hey guys, so now we decided to work a little bit different style of videos this time enjoy and follow the mission. Hope you like it and support us by a like and share peace. Athelets : Taher Nouiri Abdelatif Llassi Filming and Editing : Anis Boukhris edited with: Adobe Premiere Pro More about us on : https://www.youtube.com/user/MrSuperdjo/ Facebook page : https://www.facebook.com/tunisia.explore.1/ Instagram : https://www.instagram.com/tunisia.explore/

    published: 27 Mar 2017
  • Rival rallies held in crisis-hit Tunisia

    Thousands of people from pro- and anti-government groups have held protests in Tunisia's capital. Opposition groups are demanding the Ennahda-led government to step down. Protests have intensified since the murder of an opposition politician last month. Al Jazeera's Nazanine Moshiri reports from Tunis.

    published: 13 Aug 2013
  • Tunisian Muslim women allowed to marry non Muslims for first time in decades

    Tunisia has overturned a law that banned women from marrying non-Muslims. A spokeswoman for President Beji Caid Essebsi made the announcement and congratulated women on gaining "the freedom to choose one's spouse". Until now, a non-Muslim man who wished to marry a Tunisian Muslim woman had to convert to Islam and submit a certificate of his conversion as proof. Tunisia, which is 99% Muslim, is viewed as one of the most progressive Arab countries in terms of women's rights. The new law comes after President Essebsi pushed for the lifting of the marriage restriction decree that was put in place in 1973. He said in a speech last month, during celebrations of the National Women's day, that the marriage law was "an obstacle to the freedom of choice of the spouse". The restriction was also seen...

    published: 16 Sep 2017
  • Night Ride in Tunisia

    Realized with the participation of: Tarek Rassaa Hamza Ben Abdallah Karim Ben Chikha Abdellatif Jlassi

    published: 05 Oct 2015
  • Tunisian Stunt Rider

    amazing stunt rider fi l'événement ''Red Bull Car Park Drift'' Tunisia 2014

    published: 08 Sep 2014
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  • 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
  • MyMedNetVideo Sawty Tunisia

    This is the video that SAWTY Tunisia made for the project MedNet, to share their experience and the reason why all of you should be a MedNetter! Sawty is a Non-­‐governmental organization working with and for youth; It was launched on January 28 th 2011, and obtained its official legal visa in June 2011. The idea is that it was from the outset open to all people of good will who want to advance democracy in Tunisia of tomorrow. To give its actions a national aspect, target the concerns of young Tunisians in the regions and in order to expand his strategy all over the country according to the specific aspects each region, SAWTY association has created five regional offices in addition to the national office (Sawty Gafsa, Sawty Gabes, Sawty Jbeniana, Sawty Tunis & Sawty Sousse).

    published: 17 Sep 2015
  • Meet Ines: A Graduate of the University of Legal, Political and Social Sciences in Tunis

    In this video Ines discusses the important role of women in Tunisian society. Rethink everything you think about Tunisia.

    published: 26 Oct 2015
  • Chaos in Libya damaging Tunisian business

    Violence in Libya is affecting both legal and illegal trade across the border with Tunisia. The situation has hit young people in southern Tunisia particularly hard as economic development there is close to none. Al Jazeera's Hoda-Abdel Hamid reports from Dehiba. More on our website: http://aljazeera.com Follow us on Twitter: http://twitter.com/AJEngligh Subscribe to our channel: http://bit.ly/AJSubscribe Find us on Facebook: http://facebook.com/aljazeera

    published: 27 Feb 2015
  • Interact Club Tunis Inner City: Live du 17/06/15 à la radio CULTURE FM

    published: 17 Jun 2015
  • "From Ben Ali to democracy and rule of law" - Arabic version

    A seminar on the Tunisian transition from the Ben Ali era to a democratic country based on the rule of law. The seminar, was opened by the Tunisian Minister of Justice, consists of two panels. One with high level participation by Tunisian politicians, judges and academics and one with international high level experts, commenting on the possibilities of using the Tunisian experience for transition in other countries. First panel: Mr Hafedh Ben Salah, Minister of Justice Mr Mohamed Fadhel Mahfoud, president of the Tunisian Bar Association Mr Ghazi Gherairi, secretary general of the International Academy of Constitutional Law in Tunis Second Panel: Mr Imed Derouiche, judge, director of Institut Superieur de la Magistrature Mr Samir Annabi, Chairman of Tunisias National Anti-Corruption Aut...

    published: 30 Apr 2014
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  • Jewish and Democratic/Democratic and Muslim: Israel and Tunisia in Perspective

    A Conversation on “Jewish and Democratic/Democratic and Muslim: Israel and Tunisia in Perspective” featuring Ruth Gavison, Haim H. Cohn Professor emerita of Human Rights at the Faculty of Law at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and Malika Zeghal, Prince Alwaleed Bin Talal Professor of Contemporary Islamic Thought and Life at Harvard University, took place at Harvard Law School on Nov. 8. The discussion was part of the inaugural conference for the Julis-Rabinowitz Program on Jewish and Israeli Law at HLS. Noah Feldman, Felix Frankfurter Professor of Law at Harvard Law School and Director of The Julis-Rabinowitz Program in Jewish and Israeli Law at Harvard Law School, moderated the discussion.

    published: 17 Nov 2016
  • Oxala House - Djerba Tunisia - traditional Tunisian style - REVIEW

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    published: 21 May 2016
  • Meet Cyrine: A Tunisian Law School Student

    In this video Cyrine highlights the many rights she enjoys as a Tunisian woman. Rethink everything you think about Tunisia.

    published: 26 Oct 2015
  • Giambrone Law | International Law | Tunisian Law

    Giambrone Law provides a comprehensive legal service to clients wishing to do business in Tunisia, combining international experience with local expertise. Visit for More Details: http://www.dailymotion.com/giambronelaw

    published: 05 Jul 2012
  • 30 July 2015 OG on BBC Panorama Terror on the beach Tunisia

    Talking to BBC Panorama about the warning signs of a terrorist attack against foreign tourists in Tunisia

    published: 06 Aug 2015
  • Tamara Tunie on the Success of ‘Law & Order: SVU’

    The actress shares why she believes the legal and crime drama has had 15 successful seasons. Plus, she gushes on her scariest moment on set. Watch!

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    Las noticias del espectáculo más importantes del 5 de Abril del 2016. Sólo en TVNotas TV. Advierten a Karla Pineda de Aquivaldo Mosquera Pablo Montero en pleito legal por divorcio Desapareció Raúl Osorio, ¡nadie lo encuentra! Geraldine piensa en el divorcio exprés Cepillín explota contra Chabelo Presentado por Atún Tuny, www.tuny.mx

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  • Meet Ines: A Graduate of the University of Legal, Political and Social Sciences in Tunis

    In this video Ines discusses the important role of women in Tunisian society. Rethink everything you think about Tunisia.

    published: 26 Oct 2015
  • (2) Constitutions undergoing mutation: Between legality and legitimacy (ARABIC)

    International Forum "A decade of transformations in the Arab world" 04/24/2017: Crisis in the Arab State "Constitutions undergoing mutation: Between legality and legitimacy". Salwa Hamrouni, University of Tunis and Gianluca Parolin, The Aga Khan University. Moderated by Hana Jalloul, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid. More info: http://en.casaarabe.es/event/a-decade-of-transformations-in-the-arab-world

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  • Tunis G. Campbell an Indigenous born Free American 1812-1891

    ONLY TO ENLIGHTEN OTHERS , LIKE I HAVE BEEN ENLIGHTENED Ossabaw Island An Indigenous Negro of North America born free. Tunis Campbell This sketch (circa 1848) of Tunis Campbell is the only known image of the prominent black politician and minister. After serving as a Union chaplain during the Civil War, Campbell became a prominent leader of the Republican party in Georgia during Reconstruction. Tunis Campbell was the highest-ranking and most influential African American politician in nineteenth-century Georgia. Born on April 1, 1812, in Middlebrook, New Jersey, he was the eighth of ten children of free black parents. From ages five to eighteen he attended an otherwise all-white Episcopal school in Babylon, New York, where he trained for missionary service with the American Colonizati...

    published: 02 Jan 2017
Syrian barber stuck in legal limbo in Tunisia

Syrian barber stuck in legal limbo in Tunisia

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Syrian refugee Ammar Mouheddine makes a living in Tunisia as a barber. But as the country has no asylum legislation, he feels insecure about his status. Tunisia officially has only 504 Syrian asylum seekers but some estimates are as high as 3,000. A rights group, Arab Institute for Human Rights, has proposed a legal draft on asylum for approval by the Council of People's Congress. Subscribe: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC7fWeaHhqgM4Ry-RMpM2YYw?sub_confirmation=1 Livestream: https://www.youtube.com/c/trtworld/live Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TRTWorld Twitter: https://twitter.com/TRTWorld Visit our website: http://www.trtworld.com/
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Tunis Elections

Tunis Elections

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VOA's Vincent Makori gets a perspective on the Tunisian election from Sadok Belaid, a former Dean of Law at Tunis University and professor at the School of Legal, Political and Social Sciences.
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Refugee feels he's in limbo in Tunis

Refugee feels he's in limbo in Tunis

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(14 Mar 2017) LEADIN: A Syrian man is making a living in Tunisia as a barber. But as the country has no asylum legislation, he feels insecure about his status. STORYLINE: Ammar Mouheddine carefully trims a client's hair. He works as a barber in Tunis but this is not his home. Mouheddine is a Syrian migrant who fled the war, first to Algeria. His visa applications to enter Tunisia were twice refused. But he was determined to get into the country. "Some Tunisians in Algeria suggested helping by smuggling us without the need to request a visa," he says. Mouheddine has left his parents behind in Syria, but he's building a new family life in Tunisia. He has a young daughter who was born here. But living in Tunisia comes with insecurities. As he entered the country illegally, he doesn't have residence documents. And there is no legislation covering asylum processes in Tunisia. "We are not residents and we are not refugees, we are in the middle and we live a real tragedy," says Mouheddine. But at least he has been able to get a job. He worked as a barber in Syria so he has been able to continue in that trade here. Mouheddine has worked in this barbershop for a year and a half. The owner, Nizar Mrabet, struck a deal with him where he keeps half the money his customers pay. Mrabet feels that helping people like Mouheddine is a moral duty. "I look at the Syrian people with compassion and at refugees in Tunisia with the necessity to lend a helping hand to them," he says. "I helped him and God saw I had given him assistance. I cannot deny that this is a humanitarian duty that we should do after seeing everyday the effects of the war on the Syrian brothers." The official number of Syrian migrants in Tunisia is low - just 504. But some estimates are as high as 3,000 - it's difficult to get accurate information. The Arab Institute for Human Rights is proposing a draft legal text on asylum for approval by the Council of People's Congress. It wants a law put in place that outlines how the government deals with migrants and their applications for refugee status. "We consider that the organisation of asylum is in the interest of Tunisia's security," says Abdul Basset Ben Hassen, General Manager of Arab Institute for Human Rights. "There is a big difference between giving a legal status to the presence of these people to get accurate information about them and leaving them as illegal cases, which may bring risks." His organisation believes gathering information about migrants will help keep people affiliated to militant groups out of the country. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/0506776d903a10cc9a374077d39d18ef Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Cris Cab - Englishman In New-York ft. Tefa & Moox, Willy William

Cris Cab - Englishman In New-York ft. Tefa & Moox, Willy William

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8,000 Tunisians Demand Sharia Law while Shouting Anti-Semitic Slogans in Tunis - Ennahda Rejects

8,000 Tunisians Demand Sharia Law while Shouting Anti-Semitic Slogans in Tunis - Ennahda Rejects

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Tunisia's Jewish community is filing an official complaint over anti-Semitic slogans which were chanted during a protest at the weekend demanding the imposition of sharia law in Tunisia. Similar incidents occured in January during a visit by Hamas leader Ismail Haniyeh and again in February during the visit of an Egyptian cleric. Roughly 8,000 Muslims were demonstrating in central Tunis to demand strict Islamic law, but the dominant party in Tunisia's new government, the moderate Ennahda party, rejected these calls and insisted that it will maintain the secular nature of the government. Ennahda's position has increasingly polarised the country, and while secular-leaning citizens praised its response, fundamentalist Muslims criticised it. Tunisia has an Islamic majority of 90% with relatively peaceful relations with its Jewish minority.
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Tunisia: Trial of a tunisian journalist

Tunisia: Trial of a tunisian journalist

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A new trial opens today in Tunis. It follows an uproar in Tunisia after Nessma television broadcast of the animated film Persepolis. Now the publisher of the Attounissia newspaper is on trial for disrupting the public order. The legal battle comes following the paper's publication of a a photo of a footaball player and embracing a naked woman in mid February. A France 24 report by David Thomson. PKG Attounissia is a young newsroom The daily paper has only been around for three months But it's already had a trouble with Tunisia's legal system. In mid-February three of its journalists including the editor in chief were arrested for assaulting public morality SOT Habib Guizani, Editor, 'Attounissia' newspaper "Liberties are being challenged following the revolution . The first being the freedom of expression and the freedom of the press. If we give up we're going to go backwards. And that's something we won't accept." The reason for the arrests: this photo of the German-Tunisian footballer Sami Khedira of Real Madrid He's seen holding his seemingly naked girlfriend. The paper's publisher Nasreddine Ben Said spent 8 days behind bars as a result. He was released following a hunger strike, but will go on trial today The publisher faces 6 years in prison and 600 euros in fines. SOT Nasreddine Ben Sada, Publisher of "Attounissia" "We're waiting for a good explanation, who's responsible? who authorized the arrest of the three journalists?" NGOs are concerned such legal action will have ramifications on the press SOT Olivia Gre, Reporter Sans Frontires We're in a worrisom period because what the government is saying in regards to the media is extremely alarming , and it gives legitimacy to attacks on journalists. Attacks against journalists have increased in recent weeks. A bad sign for Tunisia's transition to democracy and the establishment of a free press. FRANCE 24 INTERNATIONAL NEWS 24/7 http://www.france24.com/en
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The Unknown Mission - Tunisia Explore

The Unknown Mission - Tunisia Explore

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  • Updated: 27 Mar 2017
  • views: 4328
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Hey guys, so now we decided to work a little bit different style of videos this time enjoy and follow the mission. Hope you like it and support us by a like and share peace. Athelets : Taher Nouiri Abdelatif Llassi Filming and Editing : Anis Boukhris edited with: Adobe Premiere Pro More about us on : https://www.youtube.com/user/MrSuperdjo/ Facebook page : https://www.facebook.com/tunisia.explore.1/ Instagram : https://www.instagram.com/tunisia.explore/
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Rival rallies held in crisis-hit Tunisia

Rival rallies held in crisis-hit Tunisia

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Thousands of people from pro- and anti-government groups have held protests in Tunisia's capital. Opposition groups are demanding the Ennahda-led government to step down. Protests have intensified since the murder of an opposition politician last month. Al Jazeera's Nazanine Moshiri reports from Tunis.
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Tunisian Muslim women allowed to marry non Muslims for first time in decades

Tunisian Muslim women allowed to marry non Muslims for first time in decades

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Tunisia has overturned a law that banned women from marrying non-Muslims. A spokeswoman for President Beji Caid Essebsi made the announcement and congratulated women on gaining "the freedom to choose one's spouse". Until now, a non-Muslim man who wished to marry a Tunisian Muslim woman had to convert to Islam and submit a certificate of his conversion as proof. Tunisia, which is 99% Muslim, is viewed as one of the most progressive Arab countries in terms of women's rights. The new law comes after President Essebsi pushed for the lifting of the marriage restriction decree that was put in place in 1973. He said in a speech last month, during celebrations of the National Women's day, that the marriage law was "an obstacle to the freedom of choice of the spouse". The restriction was also seen as violating Tunisia's constitution which was adopted in 2014 in the wake of the Arab Spring revolution. Human rights groups in Tunisia had also campaigned for the law's abolition. The order comes into force immediately and couples are free to register their marriages at government offices. An important milestone Rana Jawad, BBC News, Tunis Many Tunisians see the removal of the marriage restriction as another landmark in guaranteeing women's freedom in the country. It sets apart Tunisia as the first country in the Middle East and North Africa to remove the legal hurdles to marrying outside the official state religion. It is an important milestone in a region where religion in marital ties can be at the heart of many a family feud, and long struggles against state laws. Unlike Muslim women, men can marry non-Muslim women without providing any religious documents. Tunisia is also home to a Jewish, as well as a small Christian, minority and it is not entirely clear how the marriage restriction applied to them. Scrapping the decree may not do away with the cultural and traditional obstacles women face with their families in cases of inter-faith marriage, but it now offers Tunisian women greater freedom of choice from a legal perspective. In July, the Tunisian parliament also introduced a new law that abolished a clause that allowed rapists to escape any punishment if they married their victims. The country banned polygamy as far back as 1956, setting it apart from other Muslim-majority nations. However, women in Tunisia still face discrimination, particularly in matters of inheritance which still prioritises sons over daughters. The Tunisian Association of Democratic Women estimates that nearly 70% of Tunisian women are victims of abuse. Amnesty International reported last year that there were few signs to show that things had improved for women since the Arab Spring revolution in 2010.
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Night Ride in Tunisia

Night Ride in Tunisia

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  • Updated: 05 Oct 2015
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Realized with the participation of: Tarek Rassaa Hamza Ben Abdallah Karim Ben Chikha Abdellatif Jlassi
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Tunisian Stunt Rider

Tunisian Stunt Rider

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amazing stunt rider fi l'événement ''Red Bull Car Park Drift'' Tunisia 2014
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tunis 2014

tunis 2014

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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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MyMedNetVideo   Sawty Tunisia

MyMedNetVideo Sawty Tunisia

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This is the video that SAWTY Tunisia made for the project MedNet, to share their experience and the reason why all of you should be a MedNetter! Sawty is a Non-­‐governmental organization working with and for youth; It was launched on January 28 th 2011, and obtained its official legal visa in June 2011. The idea is that it was from the outset open to all people of good will who want to advance democracy in Tunisia of tomorrow. To give its actions a national aspect, target the concerns of young Tunisians in the regions and in order to expand his strategy all over the country according to the specific aspects each region, SAWTY association has created five regional offices in addition to the national office (Sawty Gafsa, Sawty Gabes, Sawty Jbeniana, Sawty Tunis & Sawty Sousse).
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Meet Ines: A Graduate of the University of Legal, Political and Social Sciences in Tunis

Meet Ines: A Graduate of the University of Legal, Political and Social Sciences in Tunis

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In this video Ines discusses the important role of women in Tunisian society. Rethink everything you think about Tunisia.
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Chaos in Libya damaging Tunisian business

Chaos in Libya damaging Tunisian business

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Violence in Libya is affecting both legal and illegal trade across the border with Tunisia. The situation has hit young people in southern Tunisia particularly hard as economic development there is close to none. Al Jazeera's Hoda-Abdel Hamid reports from Dehiba. More on our website: http://aljazeera.com Follow us on Twitter: http://twitter.com/AJEngligh Subscribe to our channel: http://bit.ly/AJSubscribe Find us on Facebook: http://facebook.com/aljazeera
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Interact Club Tunis Inner City: Live du 17/06/15 à la radio CULTURE FM

Interact Club Tunis Inner City: Live du 17/06/15 à la radio CULTURE FM

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"From Ben Ali to democracy and rule of law" - Arabic version

"From Ben Ali to democracy and rule of law" - Arabic version

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A seminar on the Tunisian transition from the Ben Ali era to a democratic country based on the rule of law. The seminar, was opened by the Tunisian Minister of Justice, consists of two panels. One with high level participation by Tunisian politicians, judges and academics and one with international high level experts, commenting on the possibilities of using the Tunisian experience for transition in other countries. First panel: Mr Hafedh Ben Salah, Minister of Justice Mr Mohamed Fadhel Mahfoud, president of the Tunisian Bar Association Mr Ghazi Gherairi, secretary general of the International Academy of Constitutional Law in Tunis Second Panel: Mr Imed Derouiche, judge, director of Institut Superieur de la Magistrature Mr Samir Annabi, Chairman of Tunisias National Anti-Corruption Authority Mr Joel Martin, head of special projects at the CEELI Institute Ms Ivana Hrdlickova, judge and a Legal Expert of Council of Europe and researcher in Islamic Sharia
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how to create a paypal account in tunisia works 100%

how to create a paypal account in tunisia works 100%

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Jewish and Democratic/Democratic and Muslim: Israel and Tunisia in Perspective

Jewish and Democratic/Democratic and Muslim: Israel and Tunisia in Perspective

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A Conversation on “Jewish and Democratic/Democratic and Muslim: Israel and Tunisia in Perspective” featuring Ruth Gavison, Haim H. Cohn Professor emerita of Human Rights at the Faculty of Law at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and Malika Zeghal, Prince Alwaleed Bin Talal Professor of Contemporary Islamic Thought and Life at Harvard University, took place at Harvard Law School on Nov. 8. The discussion was part of the inaugural conference for the Julis-Rabinowitz Program on Jewish and Israeli Law at HLS. Noah Feldman, Felix Frankfurter Professor of Law at Harvard Law School and Director of The Julis-Rabinowitz Program in Jewish and Israeli Law at Harvard Law School, moderated the discussion.
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Oxala House - Djerba Tunisia - traditional Tunisian style - REVIEW

Oxala House - Djerba Tunisia - traditional Tunisian style - REVIEW

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Meet Cyrine: A Tunisian Law School Student

Meet Cyrine: A Tunisian Law School Student

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  • Updated: 26 Oct 2015
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In this video Cyrine highlights the many rights she enjoys as a Tunisian woman. Rethink everything you think about Tunisia.
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Giambrone Law | International Law | Tunisian Law

Giambrone Law | International Law | Tunisian Law

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  • Updated: 05 Jul 2012
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Giambrone Law provides a comprehensive legal service to clients wishing to do business in Tunisia, combining international experience with local expertise. Visit for More Details: http://www.dailymotion.com/giambronelaw
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30 July 2015 OG on BBC Panorama Terror on the beach Tunisia

30 July 2015 OG on BBC Panorama Terror on the beach Tunisia

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Talking to BBC Panorama about the warning signs of a terrorist attack against foreign tourists in Tunisia
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Tamara Tunie on the Success of ‘Law & Order: SVU’

Tamara Tunie on the Success of ‘Law & Order: SVU’

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The actress shares why she believes the legal and crime drama has had 15 successful seasons. Plus, she gushes on her scariest moment on set. Watch!
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Karla Pineda advertida,Pablo Montero pleito,Raúl Osorio desaparecido,Geraldine divorcio.

Karla Pineda advertida,Pablo Montero pleito,Raúl Osorio desaparecido,Geraldine divorcio.

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Las noticias del espectáculo más importantes del 5 de Abril del 2016. Sólo en TVNotas TV. Advierten a Karla Pineda de Aquivaldo Mosquera Pablo Montero en pleito legal por divorcio Desapareció Raúl Osorio, ¡nadie lo encuentra! Geraldine piensa en el divorcio exprés Cepillín explota contra Chabelo Presentado por Atún Tuny, www.tuny.mx
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Meet Ines: A Graduate of the University of Legal, Political and Social Sciences in Tunis

Meet Ines: A Graduate of the University of Legal, Political and Social Sciences in Tunis

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  • Updated: 26 Oct 2015
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In this video Ines discusses the important role of women in Tunisian society. Rethink everything you think about Tunisia.
https://wn.com/Meet_Ines_A_Graduate_Of_The_University_Of_Legal,_Political_And_Social_Sciences_In_Tunis
(2) Constitutions undergoing mutation: Between legality and legitimacy  (ARABIC)

(2) Constitutions undergoing mutation: Between legality and legitimacy (ARABIC)

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International Forum "A decade of transformations in the Arab world" 04/24/2017: Crisis in the Arab State "Constitutions undergoing mutation: Between legality and legitimacy". Salwa Hamrouni, University of Tunis and Gianluca Parolin, The Aga Khan University. Moderated by Hana Jalloul, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid. More info: http://en.casaarabe.es/event/a-decade-of-transformations-in-the-arab-world
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Tunis G. Campbell an Indigenous born Free American 1812-1891

Tunis G. Campbell an Indigenous born Free American 1812-1891

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ONLY TO ENLIGHTEN OTHERS , LIKE I HAVE BEEN ENLIGHTENED Ossabaw Island An Indigenous Negro of North America born free. Tunis Campbell This sketch (circa 1848) of Tunis Campbell is the only known image of the prominent black politician and minister. After serving as a Union chaplain during the Civil War, Campbell became a prominent leader of the Republican party in Georgia during Reconstruction. Tunis Campbell was the highest-ranking and most influential African American politician in nineteenth-century Georgia. Born on April 1, 1812, in Middlebrook, New Jersey, he was the eighth of ten children of free black parents. From ages five to eighteen he attended an otherwise all-white Episcopal school in Babylon, New York, where he trained for missionary service with the American Colonization Society's program of transporting African Americans to Liberia. Upon graduation—which coincided with the onset of the second Great Awakening and the rise of William Lloyd Garrison's abolitionist newspaper, The Liberator—Campbell joined the Methodist Church and threw himself into evangelical uplift. In 1832 he founded an anticolonization society and pledged "never to leave this country until every slave was free on American soil." While he preached against slavery and established schools, Campbell worked as a hotel steward in New York City and Boston. His Hotel Keepers, Head Waiters, and Housekeepers' Guide (1848) provides practical information for supervising and running a first-class hotel, but the book is more valuable for its instruction in interracial social skills, its insistence that managers recognize the dignity of labor, and its emphasis on the need for workers to be educated, well paid, prompt, clean, and competitive. White employers described Campbell as a man disposed "to elevate the condition and character of persons of his color." http://www.georgiaencyclopedia.org/articles/history-archaeology/tunis-campbell-1812-1891 Free negro This article is about a legal status in British North America. For the wider context, see Freedmen and Free people of color. In United States history, a free negro or free black was the legal status, in the geographic area of the United States, of blacks who were not slaves. This term was in use before the independence of the Thirteen Colonies and elsewhere in British North America, until the abolition of slavery in the United States in 1865, which rendered the term unnecessary. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Free_negro And remembering Frederick Douglass also The Folly of Colonization; Now I hold that the American Negro owes no more to the Negroes in Africa than he owes to the Negroes in America. There are millions of needy people over there, but there are also millions of needy people over here as well, and the millions in America need intelligent men of their own number to help them, as much s intelligent men are needed in Africa to help her people. Besides, we have a fight on our hands right here, a fight fro the redemption of the whole race, and a blow struck successfully for the Negro in America, is a blow struck fro the Negro in Africa. For, until the Negro is respected in America, he need not expect consideration elsewhere. All this native land talk, however, is nonsense. The native land of the American Negro is America. His bones, his muscles, his sinews, are all American. His ancestors for two hundred and seventy years have lived and laboured and died, on American soil, Frederick Douglass January 09, 1894 http://teachingamericanhistory.org/library/document/the-folly-of-colonization/ AMER'ICAN, adjective Pertaining to America. AMER'ICAN, noun A native of America; originally applied to the aboriginals, or copper-colored races, found here by the Europeans; but now applied to the descendants of Europeans born in America. The name American must always exalt the pride of patriotism. - Washington. http://webstersdictionary1828.com/Dictionary/American (I highly suggest you should watch both documentaries for full innerstanding of our situation back then til now.) Reconstruction The Second Civil War {1 of 2} (Full Documentary) https://youtu.be/aOJch5C8aEg https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-KNhf3ZkSuU A Marvin Coleman's edited research production , peace indigenese. African Americans Ain't Africans
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