Tunisia | Institute for War and Peace Reporting
TunisiaJournalists trained by IWPR produce news, analysis, and comment pieces on the issues that affect their countries and communities.
Customs service lacks the manpower, vehicles and helicopters it would need to stem the flow of consumer goods, arms and drugs.
Attempting to cross to Lampedusa on flimsy vessels carries huge risks.
Pictures show daily life in all its colours.
Security sources say recent arrests mark progress in campaign to root out armed Islamists from their mountain retreats.
Recriminations fly as governing Ennahda party condemns assassination while opponents suggest it had a hand in it.
20 Oct 11
With many Tunisians still undecided, campaigning reaches fever pitch in run-up to Arab Spring’s first election.
6 Oct 11
Personal integrity and credibility of candidates likely to be more important than ideology.
20 Sep 11
Officers protest over prime minister’s criticism and threat to close their unions.
2 Sep 11
Voters finding it hard to pick which party to vote amid deluge of information from media.
1 Sep 11
Old regime needs to be rooted out in order for new Libya to emerge, activist says.
31 Aug 11
People returning from other Arab countries say they are excluded from government assistance programme.
30 Aug 11
Despite many obstacles, prospects for reforms still look good.
25 Aug 11
Demonstrations as former regime figures appear to escape justice.
22 Jul 11
Young activists say tensions are growing with Islamists as they flex their political muscle.
- Europe & Eurasia
- Latin America
- Middle East & North Africa
- Focus Pages
- Training & Resources
- Print Publications
- IWPR Spotlight
IWPR in the News
For almost three years, while her home city of Mosul was under occupation by so-called Islamic State (IS), Tahani Salih kept a daily diary documenting their crimes.
By Daniella Peled, IWPR Managing Editor