#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.

Mar, 27 2022

Since 2011, successive governments in Tunisia fell between two key problems, social demands and structural reforms of the economy, which required a stable social situation.

Social media threat society zaama munathara Tunisia
Feb, 27 2022

With the outbreak of the so-called Arab revolutions, social media took on a new resonance, particularly on the Facebook platform, where young people shared photos and videos of popular movements, as well as data and information.

debate Tunisia youth economy privatize public institutions
Nov, 28 2021

Tunisia is falling back in the global market following its “CAA1” classification by Moody's Investors Service hitting Tunisia’s credibility with international funders. This coincides with this year’s last quarter, when the finance law is usually prepared.

Debate Munathara Tunisia Media Freedom Expression youth competition
Jun, 27 2021

The media sector is arguably the biggest beneficiary of the freedom of expression that Tunisia gained following the 2010-2011 revolution. A number of national affairs analysts consider that media outlets, whether public, private, or associative, have indeed made good use of this new climate. A nu

Debate Tunisia Youth Studio Education Public Democracy
May, 30 2021

Tunisian youth is an important demographic. A recent World Bank study found that youth aged 15–29 comprise 29 percent of Tunisia’s total population and 43 percent of the working-age population (aged 15–29).

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