#Zaama

#Zaama is the first series of national televised debates in Tunisian dialect, discussing the country’s most pressing political and social issues, and featuring youth alongside well-known Tunisian politicians and analysts.

Debate Tunisia Youth Studio Education Public Democracy
Apr, 11 2021

Public education was one of the main pillars of modern state-building in Tunisia. From independence (1956) until the 1990s, the public education system was credited with producing a skilled labor force and social mobility for large swaths of the population.

Dec, 20 2020

In December of 2020, Tunisia will celebrate the first decade of the Jasmine Revolution, which was sparked on December 17, 2010, and ended on January 14, 2011 with the fall of the Ben Ali regime.

Nov, 29 2020

Since 2011,Tunisia has been living under the pressure of an economic crisis, deepened by the repercussions of the health crisis caused by the spread of COVID-19 and the inconsistency between authorities.

Oct, 25 2020

On October 23rd, 2019, Kais Saied was sworn in as the second directly elected Tunisian president after the revolution. During his first period in office, he gained a great consensus from a number of political parties and maintained high popularity.

Sep, 27 2020

On the 10th year of the revolution, some believe the current political system has succeeded in preserving political balances; It stood impregnable and immuned the country from the return of a dictatorship.

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