Najla Ben Salah • 21 Mar 2023

Martial Courts on Facebook Against Critics of the Tunisian President

After Tunisian journalists gathered to protest government restrictions on freedom of expression, loyalists to the Tunisian President Kais Saied launched…

  • Defamation Campaigns
  • Facebook
  • Freedom Of Speech
Najla Ben Salah • 23 Dec 2022

Tunisian Government Tightens Grip on Journalistic Sources

Mosaïque FM’s local reporter, Khalifa Al Qasimi, was shocked to hear he was sentenced to one year in prison on…

  • Freedom of the press
  • Judiciary
  • Kais Saied
Najla Ben Salah • 25 Oct 2022

Decree-Law No. 54 in Tunisia: Freedom of the Press in Jeopardy!

  • Access Now
  • Article19
  • Cybercrime Law
Abed Kataya • 09 Apr 2021

Public Engagement on Drones-Related Order in Tunis: A Promising Initiative

  On February 16, the Tunisian Minister of Transport and Logistics, Moez Chakchouk, announced the launch of public consultations on…

  • authorization
  • civic engagement
  • drones
SMEX • 29 Mar 2021

3ziza: Chatbot in Support of Tunisian Vulnerable Groups during the Pandemic [Bread&Net 2020 Session]

In this #BreadandNet 2020 session, Professor Abderrazak Ben Hamida from iCompass outlined the importance of chatbots for connecting vulnerable people…

  • 3ziza
  • Chatbot
  • Tunisia