I am Here for my Daughter – equality in inheritance for Tunisian women

By Oumeima, Tunisia. The issue of women’s rights has always been central to the legal discussion in Tunisia, hence, consistent reforms to family law have been carried out since the 1950s. Guaranteeing basic human rights in family laws means ensuring the protection of women’s rights and by large good family practices. Although since its independence … Continue reading I am Here for my Daughter – equality in inheritance for Tunisian women

Human Rights for Refugees: The Trick of Our Time by Taha Salim, Iraq

Does the EU consider refugees as a part of the human race? Do refugees in the EU enjoy the most basic conditions of living, such as food and housing? How do refugee and asylum organizations treat refugees? After the conflicts, and the political and sectarian wars that put a real life threat to human lives … Continue reading Human Rights for Refugees: The Trick of Our Time by Taha Salim, Iraq

Raped childhood, broken future by Yasmine Kassar, Tunisia

What is a 13-year-old girl supposed to do? Most of you will say that she has to be at school, learning new subjects, new languages or historical events. Others will say she might be playing with other kids of her age in the courtyard, having fun and having nothing to worry about. Some will say … Continue reading Raped childhood, broken future by Yasmine Kassar, Tunisia