Graphic: Nicholas Nam/World Bank Delivering pension or disability services may sound mundane, but if you have seen the recent award-winning movie,  I, Daniel Blake, it is anything but. As the film…

Jana Kunicova, Zubair Bhatti, Aziza Umarova |

Young people played a critical role in the 2011 Tunisian revolution and have made their voices heard ever since. Yet their engagement continues to be outside mainstream politics, as reflected by…

Sadok Ayari |

Les jeunes ont joué un rôle essentiel durant la révolution tunisienne de 2011 et font entendre leur voix depuis lors. Ils continuent toutefois d’exercer leur engagement en dehors de la scène…

Sadok Ayari |

لعب الشباب التونسي دورا حيويا في ثورة 2011 وتمكنوا منذ ذلك الحين من إسماع أصواتهم. إلا أن مشاركتهم مازالت نوعا من التغريد خارج السرب السياسي العام، وهو ما تجلي في ضعف إقبال الشباب في الانتخابات…

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We all know, sadly, that lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and intersex (LGBTI) people suffer discrimination and stigma. This happens around the world, particularly in developing countries. …

Dominik Koehler, Nicholas Menzies, Georgia Harley |

The story of Krib, the top-performing local government in Tunisia   Tunisia’s transformation in the wake of the Arab Spring has been remarkable, and can be seen through a shift in the role and…

Ede Ijjasz-Vasquez, Ayat Soliman, Ayah Mahgoub, Sabine Beddies |

Born in Tunisia, Selma Turki left her native country for France when she was two. She returned to Tunisia for high school and to pass her Baccalaureate. She studied architecture for two years at…

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Née en Tunisie, Selma Turki quitte son pays pour la France à l’âge de deux ans. Elle y revient pour faire son lycée et passer son bac. Elle étudie ensuite l’architecture pendant deux ans à l’École…

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تركت سلمى تركي، المولودة في تونس، بلدها الأصلي للذهاب إلى فرنسا عندما كان عمرها عامين. وعادت إلى تونس لإتمام المرحلة الثانوية والحصول على البكالوريا. درست الهندسة المعمارية لمدة عامين في مدرسة…

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“You can take the man out of the country, but you can't take the country out of the man.”   A native of Morocco, Hanane Benkhallouk began her career in New York before moving to Dubai in 2005…

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