The Arab revolutions gave an opportunity to negotiate the rights and think about the necessary institutional reforms at various levels and in many sectors, like the security, regulatory, and fiscal and financial sectors.
This article focuses on GBV and the marriage of minors, based mainly on a field diagnosis in the region of Marrakech-Safi , and on a case study on the marriage of minors in the province of Al-Haouz , produced by the Federation of Leagues for Women's Rights (FLDF) in Marrakech in collaborati
This article will be based mainly but not only on the diagnosis of FEC to, on the one hand, expose and comment on the obstacles and challenges of the fight against violence against women in Algeria and, on the other hand, to highlight the impact of social mobilization in the fight against violenc
For almost three years, ASF and IWatch have supported the involvement and constructive participation of Tunisian citizens in local governance in the management of natural resources. A survey on the perception of young people was carried out in the extractive regions of Tataouine and Médenine.
This study is an observation of the application of the legislation relating to the fight against terrorism in Tunisia through the monitoring of the trials of people suspected of having links to terrorist acts.
The revolutionary youth after it was the main engine of the revolutionary movement in 2011, this role in the political arena has receded, whether it is in the path of democratic transition or in light of the return of dictatorial regimes in new forms in the region.
briefs analyzing IMF programs implemented in Egypt. The briefs focus on the relevance and effectiveness of the IMF programs and recommendations and their impacts on tax justice, energy subsidy, fiscal consolidation and social protection.
The humanitarian conditions in the Gaza Strip is sharply deteriorating; successive Israeli military attacks, 13 years of Israeli blockade and internal political division, poverty, unemployment, power shortages, poor drinking water, food insecurity, fuel shortages, weak infrastructure, delayed rec
This report considers how tax and fiscal systems in the Arab region could better support social justice and delivery of the Sustainable Development Goals in the context of economic challenges and Arab movements for social justice.
This guidebook will be beneficial for civil society organisations, human rights defenders and local activists monitoring the impacts of the European Neighbourhood Policy, both in the social and economic contexts as well as including its financial instruments.
The aim of this publication is to contribute to the important debates and adoption of strategies on freedom of association, including in its connection with other rights like freedom of peaceful assembly, opinion, and expression. This document is meant to be a Toolkit for advocacy.
In cooperation with NPA and SIDA, ANND launches a book on the enabling environment of civil society in the Arab region which aims to present an overview of the current situation of civil society organizations in Tunisia, Egypt, Lebanon, Iraq, Syria, and Palestine.
Following widespread doubts about the future of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) during the first decade of the new millennium, the onset in 2007-2008 of the deepest global financial crisis since the 1930s has provided for the re-emergence of the Bretton Woods institution as a central actor
This report considers development in Arab countries, and financing conditions by providing an overview of the development financing mechanisms in Arab countries and highlights the constraints to their effectiveness, starting with the inherent shortcomings of the prevailing international developme