• Low Deep T - Got 2 Find Love (Official Video)

    Low Deep T - Got 2 Find Love (Official Video) - 2014 Anthem

    published: 21 Oct 2014
  • LOW DEEP T - TUNISIA

    Special dedication to my Tunisian fans. Thank you for the love and support. VIDEO COMING SOON! TUNISIA Verse 1. Don’t change the colour of your hair You See I like it I swear Your beauty is beyond compare They are watching just beware Don’t keep me waiting for far too long Deep inside my heart that is where you belong CHORUS: You came into my life girl you made my dreams come true Tunisia aaah Tunisia girl I’ve never had a love A love like this before Now you’re all I’m living for Tunisia Ayayaya dance for me Chants- Tunisia Tunisia Tunisia VERSE 2. You know I’m on your side there’s no need to hide The way I feel about you cos I know it’s real You stood by me when I needed a friend I’ve come back to let you know I’ll be there till the end This is swear hah ...

    published: 22 Aug 2016
  • Alessandra Bellanca Partner at Giambrone talks about the Tunis law office

    Alessandra Bellanca Partner at Giambrone talks about the Tunis law office

    published: 23 Apr 2015
  • Draft law to pardon corrupt businessmen sparks protests in Tunisia

    The Tunisian government has proposed an economic amnesty bill that aims to pardon hundreds of people who earned money illegally before the 2011 unrest. Some say it will boost the country's economy while others have rejected the plan. Activists are worried it will open the door for more corruption in the North African state. Adnen Chaouachi has this report from Tunis. Subscribe to us on YouTube: http://ow.ly/Zvqj30aIsgY Follow us on: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/cgtnafrica/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/cgtnafrica

    published: 15 May 2017
  • A Year in Prison for Smoking a Joint in Tunisia

    The enforcement of the country’s draconian drug law sends thousands of Tunisians to prison each year merely for consuming or possessing small quantities of cannabis for personal use. Tunisian authorities should revise the law to eliminate all prison sentences for recreational drug use or possession. The government approved and sent to parliament on December 30, 2015, a draft revision to the drug law. Parliament has yet to announce the schedule for its debate and vote on the draft.

    published: 02 Feb 2016
  • 8,000 Tunisians Demand Sharia Law while Shouting Anti-Semitic Slogans in Tunis - Ennahda Rejects

    Tunisia's Jewish community is filing an official complaint over anti-Semitic slogans which were chanted during a protest at the weekend demanding the imposition of sharia law in Tunisia. Similar incidents occured in January during a visit by Hamas leader Ismail Haniyeh and again in February during the visit of an Egyptian cleric. Roughly 8,000 Muslims were demonstrating in central Tunis to demand strict Islamic law, but the dominant party in Tunisia's new government, the moderate Ennahda party, rejected these calls and insisted that it will maintain the secular nature of the government. Ennahda's position has increasingly polarised the country, and while secular-leaning citizens praised its response, fundamentalist Muslims criticised it. Tunisia has an Islamic majority of 90% with relat...

    published: 30 Mar 2012
  • People in Tunisia demand Shari'ah Law been implemted !!!

    published: 08 Apr 2012
  • Anna Rubtsova - EGYPT CUP 2016 - "Ah Law Laebt Ya Zahr"

    My show performance at Festival "Egypt Cup" Moscow, September 2016. Improvisation. Song - "Ah Law Laebt Ya Zahr" by Ahmed Sheba

    published: 13 Oct 2016
  • لا من يجينا la men yjina tourath kafi assil

    لا من يجينا تراث كافي أصيل

    published: 06 Jul 2013
  • el général, the voice of Tunisia, english subtitles

    Why are you worried? Would you tell me something? Don't be afraid! Mr. President, today I am speaking in mame of myself and of all the people who are suffering in 2011, there are still people dying of hunger who want to work to survive, but their voice was not heard get off into the street and see, people have become like animals see the police with batons, takatak they don't care since there is no one telling him to stop even the law of the constitution, put it in water and drink it. Every day I hear of invented process, in spite of the servants of the state know I see the snake that strikes women in headscarves you accept it for your daughter? You know these are words that make your eyes weep as a father does not want to hurt her children then this is a message from one of your children...

    published: 10 Jan 2011
  • Women's Day in Tunisia

    Produced as part of IWPR's Tunisia programme: http://iwpr.net/programme/tunisia As the debate over Islam and democracy continues to dominate the political scene in Tunisia, many are worried that Islamist rhetoric will compromise the progress of women's rights. This film, produced by IWPR's Jadal project, highlights the controversy surrounding Article 28 of the draft constitution, which describes women as men's "partners" and stating that their role is complementary within the family. Jadal explores this issue by following two active young Tunisian women, during nationally Women's Day, marked here on August 13. One of them is Asma Fatma al-Moatamri, a law student, journalist and active member of the prominent Tunisian Association of Democratic Women. The other is Iman Ben Mohammed, an ...

    published: 12 Sep 2012
  • Ramy Bensebaini Vs Tunisie HD 1080i (19/01/2017) كل ما فعله رامي بن سبعيني ضد تونس

    Ramy Bensebaini Vs Tunisie (CAN2017) HD1080i (19/01/2017) Algerie vs Tunisie 1-2 Ramy Bensebaini Individual Highlights كل ما فعله رامي بن سبعيني ضد تونس (19/01/2017) جودة عالية Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/BHM.Dz/ I must state that in no way, shape or form am I intending to infringe rights of the copyright holder. Content used is strictly for research/reviewing purposes and to help educate. All under the Fair Use law. "Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for "fair use" for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use."

    published: 21 Jan 2017
  • Racism against Blacks in Tunisia: Segregation on School Buses, Lack of Legislation

    Archival: March 17, 2016 TV Report on Racism against Blacks in Tunisia: Segregation on School Buses, Lack of Legislation. An Al-Jazeera TV report recently examined the issue of racism and discrimination against blacks in Tunisia, interviewing victims of violent racist attacks, who complained that they were not treated as equals even by the courts. A mixed couple said that segregated school buses had been introduced "to stop mixed marriages." Anti-racism activist Saadia Mosbah said that the law does not consider racism to be a crime, and Human Rights Minister Kamel Jendoubi admitted that racism exists against blacks, saying: "The government must tackle this matter." The report was posted on the Internet on March 17. Video owned by: http://www.memritv.org/ MEMRI MEMRITV Institution

    published: 21 Aug 2016
  • 2014 Driving in Tunisia السياقة في تونس

    A compilation of short scenes filmed in Tunisia using a Tachyon OPS HD camera clipped onto the sun visor. Expect the unexpected… whether in the form of pedestrians and bicycles appearing out of nowhere, vehicles, donkeys and other road obstacles parked in unusual places or motorcycles narrowly escaping collision. From heavy trucks passing other vehicles into oncoming traffic or vehicles straddling the lines while taking up two lanes, it seems that the rules of the road in Tunisia much to our delight are mere suggestions rather than actual rule of law.

    published: 01 Sep 2014
  • Ordure / العز - A short film of Lotfi Achour - subtitled english

    Mounir is a reserved and idle night watchman. On a very lonely night, he finds a strange manner of entering the life of Latifa, his pretty neighbour with whom he is secretly in love. The unusual means will turn him into the secret witness of Latifa's agitated life and will lead him to dangerous extremes of passion. Directed by: Lotfi Achour Scénario/Screenplay: Lotfi Achour, Natacha De Pontcharra Image/Camara: Sofian El Fani Son/Sound: Moezz Echeikh Montage/Editing: Antoine Deneubourg Musique/Music: Henry Torgue Décor/Set desing: Raouf Helioui Interrprètes/Cast: Noumane ; Hamda, Lotfi Abdell, ... ; Durée/Length: 22' Format: 35 mm - Couleur Production and Distribution: Long et Court

    published: 29 May 2014
  • Amel Grami: The Debate on Law, Religion and Gender in Post-Revolutionary Tunisia

    Forum Law as Culture 17.06.2014 | 18.00 h | Käte Hamburger Kolleg "Law as Culture" | 53227 Bonn Amel Grami (Tunis/Bonn): The Debate on Law, Religion and Gender in Post-Revolutionary Tunisia: Emerging and inherited cultural patterns Abstract In a society transitioning to democracy from an authoritarian regime, drafting a new constitution is an important step in the establishment of a civil and democratic state. Indeed, the demand of Tunisians to write a new constitution reflects their ambitions, aspirations and hopes; but reality shows a huge gap between the expectations of the majority of Tunisians and the result of the drafting process. The Tunisian transition is characterized by a fierce debate between the secular and the religious forces. This unfolding confrontation forms the back...

    published: 10 Mar 2015
Low Deep T - Got 2 Find Love (Official Video)

Low Deep T - Got 2 Find Love (Official Video)

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  • Updated: 21 Oct 2014
  • views: 3783684
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Low Deep T - Got 2 Find Love (Official Video) - 2014 Anthem
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LOW DEEP T - TUNISIA

LOW DEEP T - TUNISIA

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  • Updated: 22 Aug 2016
  • views: 95244
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Special dedication to my Tunisian fans. Thank you for the love and support. VIDEO COMING SOON! TUNISIA Verse 1. Don’t change the colour of your hair You See I like it I swear Your beauty is beyond compare They are watching just beware Don’t keep me waiting for far too long Deep inside my heart that is where you belong CHORUS: You came into my life girl you made my dreams come true Tunisia aaah Tunisia girl I’ve never had a love A love like this before Now you’re all I’m living for Tunisia Ayayaya dance for me Chants- Tunisia Tunisia Tunisia VERSE 2. You know I’m on your side there’s no need to hide The way I feel about you cos I know it’s real You stood by me when I needed a friend I’ve come back to let you know I’ll be there till the end This is swear hah Repeat chorus: You came into my life Girl you made my dream come True Tunisia ah ooh You see I’ve never had a love A love like this before Now you’re all I’m living for Tunisia Ooh dance for me Ad Libs I wanna see you dance again just like this Just like that flex it for me shake it for me Ah shake shake shake. Tunisia dance dance dance. Written by Low Deep T Cut & Play Music 2015-2016
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Alessandra Bellanca Partner at Giambrone talks about the Tunis law office

Alessandra Bellanca Partner at Giambrone talks about the Tunis law office

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  • Duration: 2:36
  • Updated: 23 Apr 2015
  • views: 180
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Alessandra Bellanca Partner at Giambrone talks about the Tunis law office
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Draft law to pardon corrupt businessmen sparks protests in Tunisia

Draft law to pardon corrupt businessmen sparks protests in Tunisia

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  • Duration: 2:35
  • Updated: 15 May 2017
  • views: 212
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The Tunisian government has proposed an economic amnesty bill that aims to pardon hundreds of people who earned money illegally before the 2011 unrest. Some say it will boost the country's economy while others have rejected the plan. Activists are worried it will open the door for more corruption in the North African state. Adnen Chaouachi has this report from Tunis. Subscribe to us on YouTube: http://ow.ly/Zvqj30aIsgY Follow us on: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/cgtnafrica/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/cgtnafrica
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A Year in Prison for Smoking a Joint in Tunisia

A Year in Prison for Smoking a Joint in Tunisia

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  • Duration: 4:05
  • Updated: 02 Feb 2016
  • views: 6157
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The enforcement of the country’s draconian drug law sends thousands of Tunisians to prison each year merely for consuming or possessing small quantities of cannabis for personal use. Tunisian authorities should revise the law to eliminate all prison sentences for recreational drug use or possession. The government approved and sent to parliament on December 30, 2015, a draft revision to the drug law. Parliament has yet to announce the schedule for its debate and vote on the draft.
https://wn.com/A_Year_In_Prison_For_Smoking_A_Joint_In_Tunisia
8,000 Tunisians Demand Sharia Law while Shouting Anti-Semitic Slogans in Tunis - Ennahda Rejects

8,000 Tunisians Demand Sharia Law while Shouting Anti-Semitic Slogans in Tunis - Ennahda Rejects

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  • Duration: 1:05
  • Updated: 30 Mar 2012
  • views: 647
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Tunisia's Jewish community is filing an official complaint over anti-Semitic slogans which were chanted during a protest at the weekend demanding the imposition of sharia law in Tunisia. Similar incidents occured in January during a visit by Hamas leader Ismail Haniyeh and again in February during the visit of an Egyptian cleric. Roughly 8,000 Muslims were demonstrating in central Tunis to demand strict Islamic law, but the dominant party in Tunisia's new government, the moderate Ennahda party, rejected these calls and insisted that it will maintain the secular nature of the government. Ennahda's position has increasingly polarised the country, and while secular-leaning citizens praised its response, fundamentalist Muslims criticised it. Tunisia has an Islamic majority of 90% with relatively peaceful relations with its Jewish minority.
https://wn.com/8,000_Tunisians_Demand_Sharia_Law_While_Shouting_Anti_Semitic_Slogans_In_Tunis_Ennahda_Rejects
People in Tunisia demand Shari'ah Law been implemted !!!

People in Tunisia demand Shari'ah Law been implemted !!!

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  • Updated: 08 Apr 2012
  • views: 1927
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Anna Rubtsova - EGYPT CUP 2016 - "Ah Law Laebt Ya Zahr"

Anna Rubtsova - EGYPT CUP 2016 - "Ah Law Laebt Ya Zahr"

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  • Duration: 4:07
  • Updated: 13 Oct 2016
  • views: 11843
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My show performance at Festival "Egypt Cup" Moscow, September 2016. Improvisation. Song - "Ah Law Laebt Ya Zahr" by Ahmed Sheba
https://wn.com/Anna_Rubtsova_Egypt_Cup_2016_Ah_Law_Laebt_Ya_Zahr
لا من يجينا         la men yjina tourath kafi assil

لا من يجينا la men yjina tourath kafi assil

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  • Duration: 6:29
  • Updated: 06 Jul 2013
  • views: 385220
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لا من يجينا تراث كافي أصيل
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el général, the voice of Tunisia, english subtitles

el général, the voice of Tunisia, english subtitles

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  • Duration: 4:18
  • Updated: 10 Jan 2011
  • views: 438330
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Why are you worried? Would you tell me something? Don't be afraid! Mr. President, today I am speaking in mame of myself and of all the people who are suffering in 2011, there are still people dying of hunger who want to work to survive, but their voice was not heard get off into the street and see, people have become like animals see the police with batons, takatak they don't care since there is no one telling him to stop even the law of the constitution, put it in water and drink it. Every day I hear of invented process, in spite of the servants of the state know I see the snake that strikes women in headscarves you accept it for your daughter? You know these are words that make your eyes weep as a father does not want to hurt her children then this is a message from one of your children who is telling of his suffering we are living like dogs half of the people living in filth and drank from a cup of suffering Mr. President your people is dead many people eat from garbage and you see what is happening in the country misery everywhere and people who have not found a place to sleep I am speaking in name of the people who are suffering and were put under the feet Mr President, you told me to speak without fear But I know that eventually I will take just slaps I see too much injustice and so I decided to send this message even though the people told me that my end is death But until when the Tunisian will leave in dreams, where is the right of expression? They are just words .. Tunis was defined the "green", but there is only desert divided into 2, it is a direct robbery by force that dominated a country without naming already everybody knows who they are much money was pledged for projects and infrastructure schools, hospitals, buildings, houses But the sons of dogs have already fattened They stole, robbed, kidnapped and were unwilling to leave the chair I know that there are many words in the heart of the people but don't come out if there was not this injustice I would not be here to say these things Mr. President your people is dead many people eat from garbage and you see what is happening in the country misery everywhere and people who have not found a place to sleep I am speaking in name of the people who are suffering and were put under the feet
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Women's Day in Tunisia

Women's Day in Tunisia

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  • Duration: 9:01
  • Updated: 12 Sep 2012
  • views: 7969
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Produced as part of IWPR's Tunisia programme: http://iwpr.net/programme/tunisia As the debate over Islam and democracy continues to dominate the political scene in Tunisia, many are worried that Islamist rhetoric will compromise the progress of women's rights. This film, produced by IWPR's Jadal project, highlights the controversy surrounding Article 28 of the draft constitution, which describes women as men's "partners" and stating that their role is complementary within the family. Jadal explores this issue by following two active young Tunisian women, during nationally Women's Day, marked here on August 13. One of them is Asma Fatma al-Moatamri, a law student, journalist and active member of the prominent Tunisian Association of Democratic Women. The other is Iman Ben Mohammed, an elected member of the National Constituent Assembly and a member of Ennahda, the leading Islamist party. At the end of the day, Jadal brought both women together to talk and challenge one another's viewpoints on women's rights in Tunisia. While this inside view of their activities on Women's Day shows how different their views are, the contrast between liberalism and conservatism is qualified by their reflections on the current state of women's rights and its future direction. This video was produced by the team at http://jadal.tn/, part of IWPR's Tunisia Programme.
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Ramy Bensebaini Vs Tunisie HD 1080i (19/01/2017) كل ما فعله رامي بن سبعيني ضد تونس

Ramy Bensebaini Vs Tunisie HD 1080i (19/01/2017) كل ما فعله رامي بن سبعيني ضد تونس

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  • Duration: 6:02
  • Updated: 21 Jan 2017
  • views: 32852
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Ramy Bensebaini Vs Tunisie (CAN2017) HD1080i (19/01/2017) Algerie vs Tunisie 1-2 Ramy Bensebaini Individual Highlights كل ما فعله رامي بن سبعيني ضد تونس (19/01/2017) جودة عالية Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/BHM.Dz/ I must state that in no way, shape or form am I intending to infringe rights of the copyright holder. Content used is strictly for research/reviewing purposes and to help educate. All under the Fair Use law. "Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for "fair use" for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use."
https://wn.com/Ramy_Bensebaini_Vs_Tunisie_Hd_1080I_(19_01_2017)_كل_ما_فعله_رامي_بن_سبعيني_ضد_تونس
Racism against Blacks in Tunisia: Segregation on School Buses, Lack of Legislation

Racism against Blacks in Tunisia: Segregation on School Buses, Lack of Legislation

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  • Duration: 4:26
  • Updated: 21 Aug 2016
  • views: 5481
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Archival: March 17, 2016 TV Report on Racism against Blacks in Tunisia: Segregation on School Buses, Lack of Legislation. An Al-Jazeera TV report recently examined the issue of racism and discrimination against blacks in Tunisia, interviewing victims of violent racist attacks, who complained that they were not treated as equals even by the courts. A mixed couple said that segregated school buses had been introduced "to stop mixed marriages." Anti-racism activist Saadia Mosbah said that the law does not consider racism to be a crime, and Human Rights Minister Kamel Jendoubi admitted that racism exists against blacks, saying: "The government must tackle this matter." The report was posted on the Internet on March 17. Video owned by: http://www.memritv.org/ MEMRI MEMRITV Institution
https://wn.com/Racism_Against_Blacks_In_Tunisia_Segregation_On_School_Buses,_Lack_Of_Legislation
2014 Driving in Tunisia السياقة في تونس

2014 Driving in Tunisia السياقة في تونس

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  • Duration: 4:01
  • Updated: 01 Sep 2014
  • views: 10465
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A compilation of short scenes filmed in Tunisia using a Tachyon OPS HD camera clipped onto the sun visor. Expect the unexpected… whether in the form of pedestrians and bicycles appearing out of nowhere, vehicles, donkeys and other road obstacles parked in unusual places or motorcycles narrowly escaping collision. From heavy trucks passing other vehicles into oncoming traffic or vehicles straddling the lines while taking up two lanes, it seems that the rules of the road in Tunisia much to our delight are mere suggestions rather than actual rule of law.
https://wn.com/2014_Driving_In_Tunisia_السياقة_في_تونس
Ordure / العز - A short film of Lotfi Achour - subtitled english

Ordure / العز - A short film of Lotfi Achour - subtitled english

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  • Duration: 23:19
  • Updated: 29 May 2014
  • views: 14796
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Mounir is a reserved and idle night watchman. On a very lonely night, he finds a strange manner of entering the life of Latifa, his pretty neighbour with whom he is secretly in love. The unusual means will turn him into the secret witness of Latifa's agitated life and will lead him to dangerous extremes of passion. Directed by: Lotfi Achour Scénario/Screenplay: Lotfi Achour, Natacha De Pontcharra Image/Camara: Sofian El Fani Son/Sound: Moezz Echeikh Montage/Editing: Antoine Deneubourg Musique/Music: Henry Torgue Décor/Set desing: Raouf Helioui Interrprètes/Cast: Noumane ; Hamda, Lotfi Abdell, ... ; Durée/Length: 22' Format: 35 mm - Couleur Production and Distribution: Long et Court
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Amel Grami: The Debate on Law, Religion and Gender in Post-Revolutionary Tunisia

Amel Grami: The Debate on Law, Religion and Gender in Post-Revolutionary Tunisia

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  • Duration: 1:25:00
  • Updated: 10 Mar 2015
  • views: 1240
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Forum Law as Culture 17.06.2014 | 18.00 h | Käte Hamburger Kolleg "Law as Culture" | 53227 Bonn Amel Grami (Tunis/Bonn): The Debate on Law, Religion and Gender in Post-Revolutionary Tunisia: Emerging and inherited cultural patterns Abstract In a society transitioning to democracy from an authoritarian regime, drafting a new constitution is an important step in the establishment of a civil and democratic state. Indeed, the demand of Tunisians to write a new constitution reflects their ambitions, aspirations and hopes; but reality shows a huge gap between the expectations of the majority of Tunisians and the result of the drafting process. The Tunisian transition is characterized by a fierce debate between the secular and the religious forces. This unfolding confrontation forms the backdrop to the process of drafting a new constitution amid anxiety surrounding the role of law, the place of Islam in the new political system and the gender relationship. However, fears of the resurrection of a new theocratic dictatorship are mitigated by a dynamic civil society in which voices that were silenced, invisible or misused by the former regime of Zine al-Abidine Ben Ali are becoming distinctly vocal. Their action has become increasingly visible evolving around the place of law, religion, and gender in the new Constitutional framework. The debate has been so far marked by constant clashes between not only ideologies but inherited and emerging cultural patterns some of which have become part of the local socio-cultural landscape reflected namely in dress, the arts and debates on the place of women in society and politics. Prof. Dr. Amel Grami Curriculum Vitae Amel Grami studied Arabic Language Literature and History at the University of Tunis, where she received her PhD with a thesis on "Apostasy in Islamic Thought" in 1993. In 2004, she obtained her Doctorat d'Etat with a treatise on "Difference in Islamic Culture" from the University of Manouba. Since 1993, Amel Grami has been researching and teaching at the Faculty of Arts and Humanities of the University of Manouba, where she became Professor for Arabic Studies in 2005. Professor Grami is one of the world's leading experts on the intersect between Comparative Religious Studies and Gender Studies (with special focus on Maghreb societies). For many years, she has been dealing with issues related to the dialog between religions and cultures. Her special fields of interest include reform movements in the Middle East and Tunisia. Amel Grami has also been a widely visible and vocal intellectual supporter of women's rights in the Islamic world in public discourse and the media, particularly during the course of the recent upheaval in the Maghreb. Since May 2014 Amel Grami is Fellow at the Käte Hamburger Center for Advanced Study in the Humanities "Law as Culture". ______________________________________________________ www.law-as-culture.com - www.recht-als-kultur.de
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