Is there any real women in kebili

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As the North African nation of Tunisia transits from an autocratic regime to a democracy, the rights of women, especially those who live in more remote and disadvantaged regions, are being given additional support and focus. A national campaign by the UN Human Rights Office aims to inform and mobilize women in the regions so they are better aware of the international convention, which guarantees their rights and dignity. Regarding the men, most of them think that women are human beings equal to men. The program has created a network of very enthusiastic women, committed to continuing to work for the rights of women, through the Convention and other laws to disseminate the culture of human rights, she says. These women, both individuals and members of local civil society organisations can build locally on the progress that has been made.

Political Participation, Decentralization and Gender Mainstreaming: the PARFAIT Project in Tunisia

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Ever since the fall of the Ben Ali regime on 14 January , the Tunisian media environment has continued to diversify. Community radios are an important element of this new media panorama. Among these radio stations, Radio Nefzawa is an important example of the promotion of freedom of expression and information in disadvantaged communities in Southern Tunisia. Radio Nefzawa is the only radio on the air in Kebili, a governorate situated about kilometers from Tunis. Why did you decide to engage in this challenge?

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Working on national issues using this approach is not new in a country that has successfully progressed to a democracy since the Jasmine Revolution. One of the best practices of using this approach is encouraging the participation of women and involving them in the work of local authorities. The project consisted of raising awareness on the benefits of the active engagement and participation of women in local governance while training and empowering them to take a leadership role within their local communities and reach the decision-making level. The project was implemented across six governorates Gafsa, Grand Tunis, Jendouba, Kairouan, Kebili and Mahdia and its main activities included workshops on themes related to elections, electoral law, gender sensitivity and project cycle management, and grants to support micro-projects aimed at grassroots mobilization and engagement.
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