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Tunisia’s tourism sector sees an increase in arrivals
Travel

Tunisias tourism

In line with some of the other encouraging developments in Tunisia, the announcement of last year’s tourism results indicates the sector is on a path to recovery, with arrivals and other indicators rising towards pre-revolution levels.

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Moving beyond street protests: Building social accountability in the Arab world
Culture

egypt ميدان التحرير Moving beyond street protests Building social accountability in the Arab world

At the heart of the upheavals that swept across the Middle East region during the Arab Spring was the call for more transparent, fair and accountable government.

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Youth Employment in Egypt and Tunisia vs. Jordan and Morocco Three Years After the Arab Awakening
Economics

Youth Employment in Egypt and Tunisia vs. Jordan and Morocco Three Years After the Arab Awakening

December 17 marked the third anniversary of the Arab Awakening. On that date, three years ago, Mohammed Bouzazizi set himself on fire in Sidi Bouzid,Tunisia.

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Tracking Tunisia's stolen assets - the balance sheet three years on
Economics

Tracking Tunisias stolen assets - the balance sheet three years on

On January 14, 2011, Tunisia’s President Zine El Abbedine Ben Ali fled to Saudi Arabia in the wake of a popular uprising against his 24 year-long rule.

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MENA youth refuse to step down despite setbacks
Culture

MENA youth refuse to step down despite setbacks

The glow of the Arab Spring wore off in the media a while ago. Violence, internal division and widespread frustration have replaced the hopeful scenes of youth standing up to demand change.

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High-Speed internet and the Values of the Arab Spring
Technology

High-Speed internet and the Values of the Arab Spring

I remember once at a conference in Tunisia being asked by a young member of parliament why it made sense to invest in a fiber optic cable to a remote village in Djerba instead of improving more basic services such as electricity grids or water irrigation.

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Can MENA Break the Vicious Cycle of Low Growth and Political Instability?
Economics

Can MENA Break the Vicious Cycle of Low Growth and Political Instability

Egypt’s Petroleum Minister Sherif Ismail announced last week that spending on petroleum subsidies is expected to increase by 10 percent in the current fiscal year ending June 2014.

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Tunisia considering a $1.1 billion recapitalisation of state-owned banks
Finance

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Authorities in Tunisia are considering a $1.1bn recapitalisation of state-owned banks over the next two years in an effort to help reduce risk in the country’s financial sector and reassure investors.

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Mainstreaming Citizen Engagement in the Middle East and North Africa Region
Culture

Mainstreaming Citizen Engagement in the Middle East and North Africa Region

Citizen Engagement (CE) is a means to empower citizens and enable them to participate—constructively and effectively—in public decisions.

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Will a return to political stability solve the economic problems in the Arab world?
Economics

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In the three years since the Arab Awakening of late 2010, the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) has seen an increase in conflict and political instability, on the one hand, and a deteriorating economic situation on the other.  Given the vicious cycle between economic hardship and conflict, it is natural to ask whether a return to political stability will restore prosperity in the region.

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Patient Feedback in Tunisian Public Hospitals: Sowing the Seeds of Accountability
Science & Health

Patient Feedback in Tunisian Public Hospitals

It started with the first cries of “degage” that resonated across southern and central Tunisia to the streets of the capital in the winter of 2010. Through the ups and downs of Tunisia’s transition, one constant has been the citizens’ demand that the government listen to their voices, in other words, the demand for greater accountability.

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A Boost for Microfinance in the Arab World
Economics

A Boost for Microfinance in the Arab World

Microfinance – defined as the access to and usage of quality financial services, including savings, credit, insurance and money transfer systems - is crucial for low-income households to manage cash flows to finance day-to-day living, manage risks, invest productively, and respond to financial shocks.

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Looking Back - Indonesian lessons for Tunisia's revolution
Opinion

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Tunisia’s revolution likely reminds many Indonesians of their country’s situation 13 years ago when Suharto, who ruled the country for over 30 years, was toppled after a series of protests following the 1997-98 Asian financial crisis.

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