ICNL’s resources and information on Tunisia.


ICNL works with local partner Kawakibi for Democracy Transitions to promote an enabling environment for CSOs in Tunisia, including by opposing the amendment of Decree 88 on Associations, one of the most progressive CSO laws in the MENA region. We also provide expertise to government stakeholders around compliance with the Financial Action Task Force (FATF) Recommendation 8 with respect to preventing terrorism financing among CSOs.

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Civic Freedom Monitor


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Climate Change and Civic Space in MENA

This study maps laws and regulations that impact civic spaces, participation, and assembly specifically as it relates to climate change ... Read More
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Protecting Nonprofits from Exploitation in Terrorism Financing in Tunisia

This ICNL report examines the issue of how terrorism financing laws impact the nonprofit sector in Tunisia ... Read More


Middle Eastern and North African Government Responses to COVID-19

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This page provides information on Middle Eastern and North African government responses to the coronavirus, using information from the COVID-19 ... Read More

ICNL Releases New Report on Civic Freedom in the Middle East and North Africa

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The International Center for Not-for-Profit Law (ICNL) is pleased to share our latest report: “The State of Civic Freedoms in ... Read More

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