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)

Resource Highlight

PROTECTING NONPROFITS FROM EXPLOITATION IN TERRORISM FINANCING IN TUNISIA

This study looks at international standards on terrorism financing and the Tunisian legal framework, focusing on freedom of association. The study illustrates how AML/CTF laws in Tunisia conform with FATF standards and aims to raise awareness in the sector to constructively engage with relevant agencies in law reform to better comply with international protections of freedom of association.

Civic Freedom Monitor

Tunisia

The UN Special Rapporteur on the rights to freedom of peaceful assembly and of association Read more

Resources

News

ICNL training workshop on improving and developing the laws of civil society in Tunisia

ICNL training workshop on improving and developing the laws of civil society in Tunisia
ICNL, in collaboration with the UNESCO Bardo Club, is organizing a training workshop in Tunis on March 12-13, 2011, focused ... Read More

Developments in Tunisia

Developments in Tunisia
Tunisia faces a humanitarian crisis on its border as refugees flee violence in Libya. The crisis follows the January 2011 ... Read More
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