Tunisia

ICNL’s resources and information on Tunisia.

Overview

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.

Flag of Tunisia (Graphic Credit: Wikimedia)

Civic Freedom Monitor

Tunisia

The Tunisian President announced an extension of the state of emergency for six months, starting from December 26, 2020 [...]

Resources

Handbook on Registering a Civil Society Organisation

Handbook on Registering a Civil Society Organisation

This handbook - published by the European Center for Not-for-Profit Law in partnership with ICNL, Dentons and DLA Piper - provides ... Read More

News

Cross-Border Philanthropy: New IJNL Issue Explores Challenges

Civil society representatives discuss foundations, philanthropy, and volunteering at an ICNL workshop in northern Afghanistan (photo credit: ICNL)
ICNL is pleased to announce the release of Volume 17, Issue 1 (March 2015) of The International Journal of Not-for-Profit ... Read More

ICNL MENA Office Executive Director Appears on “Eye on Democracy” Live

ICNL MENA Office Executive Director Appears on "Eye on Democracy" Live
ICNL’s MENA office Executive Director Dima Jweihan recently appeared on the Eye on Democracy Live Show to speak about new ... Read More

ICNL – USAID Partnership Strengthens Legal Framework for Civil Society in Tunisia

ICNL – USAID  Partnership Strengthens Legal Framework for Civil Society in Tunisia
Prior to the Arab Spring uprisings, hostile restrictions on NGOs prevented the existence of an independent civil society in many ... Read More

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