What the Women Say: The End of the Beginning: Tunisia’s Revolution and Fighting for the Future report from the International Civil Society Action Network

What the Women Say: The End of the Beginning: Tunisia’s Revolution ...

ICAN’s Second MENA Region Issue Brief (For Download Click here)

Tunisia marked the first anniversary of its largely peaceful revolution on January 14 2012. It has been a momentous year since spontaneous public uprisings involving women and men, old and young, rural and urban, led to the demise of a dictatorship. In October 2011, the first free and fair parliamentary elections in decades took place.

For more info see http://www.icanpeacework.org/

Tags: International Civil Society Action Network, Revolution, Tunisia

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