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Tunisia - Women's legal rights have not changed since the revolution in 2010-11 but it took street protests before the new constitution was rewritten to enshrine full equality. The ruling Islamist Ennahda party has 42 women among its 89 MPs and only 3% of teenage girls are married. Some are worried about a rise in hardline conservatism.http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2013/mar/31/egypt-cairo-women-rights-revolution

Tunisia - Women's legal rights have not changed since the revolution in 2010-11 but it took street protests before the new constitution was rewritten to enshrine full equality. The ruling Islamist Ennahda party has 42 women among its 89 MPs and only 3% of teenage girls are married. Some are worried about a rise in hardline conservatism.http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2013/mar/31/egypt-cairo-women-rights-revolution

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©AFP PHOTO / FETHI BELAID  Unforgettable image. Women are vital to give birth a revolution, but no struggle will be worth it if, after reaching the victory, they are not claimed again and prevented from active participation in the politics of their country.

©AFP PHOTO / FETHI BELAID Unforgettable image. Women are vital to give birth a revolution, but no struggle will be worth it if, after reaching the victory, they are not claimed again and prevented from active participation in the politics of their country.

Révolution de tunisie

Révolution de tunisie

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Art dans la rue - Art dans le quartier (Street Art - Art in the Neighborhood) was an event in public space: an Intervention / Happening using a large number of cars burnt during the revolution of January 14th, 2011, in Tunisia.

Art dans la rue - Art dans le quartier (Street Art - Art in the Neighborhood) was an event in public space: an Intervention / Happening using a large number of cars burnt during the revolution of January 14th, 2011, in Tunisia.

"Evil will prevail when Good People stand by and do nothing." The enemy has been emboldened. It's Horrific. "They are absolutely killing every Christian they see," Arabo said of ISIS. "This is absolutely a genocide in every sense of the word. They ...

"Evil will prevail when Good People stand by and do nothing." The enemy has been emboldened. It's Horrific. "They are absolutely killing every Christian they see," Arabo said of ISIS. "This is absolutely a genocide in every sense of the word. They ...