The Mastermind by Maher Masri, Tunisia

That painting intrigues me. It is the one which has left me dazzled till today. It keeps haunting my mind. That lovely lady is the mystery of the universe. She is still being analyzed by connoisseurs of art. You've probably recognized her. It is Mona Lisa indeed. Its painter is unique. A man passionate for life, a visionary genius. … Continue reading The Mastermind by Maher Masri, Tunisia

Next is Now by Hatim Bentahar, Morocco

So many of us chose or will choose their path out of fear. We think that what we really want is not achievable so we never dare to try. I know a lot of people who could have been so much greater than what they ever believed they could be.  So instead of taking a risk, they made the … Continue reading Next is Now by Hatim Bentahar, Morocco

Gafsa : The Home of The Mining Industry in Tunisia by Rayhan Ben Amor, Tunisia

Gafsa is one of the 24 provinces of Tunisia. It is located in central Tunisia, bordering Algeria. It covers an area of 7807 km² (including the 9th largest Tunisian city) and has a population of 337,331 (2014 census). In fact, Gafsa has always been known for its rich mining basin which was controlled by the CPG … Continue reading Gafsa : The Home of The Mining Industry in Tunisia by Rayhan Ben Amor, Tunisia

5 Years After The Tunisian Revolution : Are Tunisians Losing Their Dignity? by Rahma Sghaier From Tunisia

Five years after the revolution of « Dignity », the country is still transitioning. Many observers praised Tunisia’s “budding democracy” and celebrated its last milestones : a new constitution, new promised democratic institutions, new political actors and just recently the Nobel Peace Prize awarded to the Tunisian National Dialogue Quartet, a coalition of civil society … Continue reading 5 Years After The Tunisian Revolution : Are Tunisians Losing Their Dignity? by Rahma Sghaier From Tunisia

Interview with an Illegal Immigrant by Taha Barakaoui From Tunisia

I met Mohamed in Palermo, Italy. Mohamed, 31 year old, is an illegal immigrant from Tunisia. He gently accepted to answer to my questions in a small bar at Ballaro market. -Tell me first about your childhood. What led you to think that illegal immigration was the only solution? I grew up in the countryside, … Continue reading Interview with an Illegal Immigrant by Taha Barakaoui From Tunisia

Peace Unchained by Ala Oueslati from Tunisia

When we fail to choose peace over war, we actually fail to find our identities. That’s when we start to realize that change doesn’t happen collectively, and that is when our emotional drives become so meaningless. I think what we need the most in order to promote an authentic culture of peace is a culture of … Continue reading Peace Unchained by Ala Oueslati from Tunisia

Story of Persecuted Women of Colour by Ala Oueslati from Tunisia and V. Mcentee from England

This blog post is a collaboration between Ala Oueslati and V. Mcentee History has proven that women all over the world have always been subject to discrimination, rejection, marginalization, and perfectly-shown misogynistic attitudes in all aspects of life. Even in the societies that have achieved remarkable progress in human rights and gender equality, women are … Continue reading Story of Persecuted Women of Colour by Ala Oueslati from Tunisia and V. Mcentee from England