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Since its establishment in 2012, the Munathara Initiative has promoted the voices of youth, women and marginalized (YWM) communities in the Arabic public sphere to meet their growing desire for participation in society, politics, and governance.

Munathara’s debate competitions offer unique opportunities for participants meeting YWM  criteria to engage in live debates alongside policymakers and thought leaders streamed to millions of viewers. 

The Munathara Initiative’s public events have been broadcast on at least ten local and regional TV channels portraying neglected voices and future leaders to millions of Arab speaking viewers around the world. The Munathara Initiative successfully produced and disseminated 26 Al-Munathara DD debate episodes, 3 versions of #DDX as well as Tunisia’s presidential and parliamentary electoral debates. 

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Feb, 22 2023

This is the topic of the third episode of the program "Zaama", discussed by the debaters: Sajja Al-Hajj Tayeb from the support team, accompanied by Adnan Al-Moulihi, Arij Al-Sousi, and their guest, the doctor and civil activist Amir Al-Halawi.

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Feb, 15 2023

For the first time, Tunisia is classified as one of the high-risk and bankrupt countries in a report by Fitch Ratings, published in July 2022.

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Feb, 10 2023

The Tunisian General Labor Union plays an important role in the country's public affairs through its decisions and activities. In light of the recent social and economic crises, several civil, political, and union parties have tried to find a solution to alleviate the situation.

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May, 29 2022

Corruption is an internationally spread phenomenon that can exist in every society, disregarding how developed or underdeveloped they are, which varies in size and degree between different cultures. The “MENA” region states suffer from stalled/ ineffective efforts to fight corruption.

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.

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