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Cafe Talk competition second edition

This week, the second edition of the Cafe Talk competition will start off, with the participation of 10 teams representing 10 states: Kasserine, Gafsa, Sousse, Monastir, Nabeul, Tunisia, Ariana, Sfax, Gabes and Medenine, and will last for 3 months June, July and August 2017.

What is new in this edition is the partnership signed between IIDebate and the Tunivisions Foundation, which will allow the Tunivisions clubs in the respective states to participate exclusively in this edition

As for the theme of the second edition of the Cafe Talk competition, it will be about the phenomenon of “violence against women” in Tunisia due to the spread of this fact in our society and the failure of all parties to find solutions for the protection of women. So iiDebate and Café Talk team has choosen this phenomenon to be the topic of the second edition of the competition in order to come up with simple and realistic solutions where the 10 teams will organize 5 cafe talks each on the following topics:

Women in the political scene between absent and marginalized

– Rural women between marginalization and discrimination

– Violence against women inside  the family

– Role of legislators and civil society in reducing violence against women

– Women victims of sexual harassment in Public transportation

Then the  teams will come up with project ideas that represent their own solutions to the problem of “violence against women” in Tunisia and compete with the rest of the teams to win the prize money to finance their project.

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الدورة الثانية من مسابقة برنامج Cafe Talk

تنطلق خلال هذا الأسبوع الدورة الثانية من مسابقة برنامج  حديث قهاوي حيث سيشارك فيها 10 فرق ممثلي 10 ولايات و هي  القصرين , قفصة , سوسة , المنستير , نابل , تونس , أريانة , صفاقس , قابس و مدنين والتي ستمتد على 3 أشهر جوان جويلية و أوت 2017

الجديد في هذه الدورة هي الشراكة التي وقعها المعهد الدولي للمناظرات مع

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 و التي والتي ستمكن نوادي هذه المنظمة  في الولايات المعنية من المشاركة  بصفة حصرية في هذه الدورة

أما عن موضوع الدورة الثانية من مسابقة برنامج  فسيكون حول ظاهرة ” العنف المسلط ضد المرأة” في تونس نظرا لتفشي هذه الظاهرة في مجتمعنا و عجز جميع الأطراف عن إيجاد حلول لحماية المرأة . وسعيا منا كمعهد الدولي للمناظرات لإيجاد حلول واقعية و سهلة , اخترنا أن يكون هو موضوع الدورة الثانية من المسابقة حيث ستقوم الفرق المشاركة بتنظيم 5 جلسات حديث قهاوي في ولاياتها حول المواضيع التالية

المرأة في المشهد السياسي بين غائبة و مهمشة

المرأة الريفية بين التهميش والتمييز

العنف المسلط ضد المرأة داخل الأسرة

دور المشرع والمجتمع المدني في الحد من ظاهرة العنف ضد المرأة

المرأة ضحية التحرش الجنسي في وسائل النقل الجماعي

ومن ثم الخروج بأفكار مشاريع تمثل حلول واقعية لمشكلة ” العنف المسلط ضد المرأة” في تونس و التنافس مع بقية الفرق للفوز بالجائزة المالية لتمويل مشروعهم و تطبيقه على أرض الواقع

 تابعوا كل تفاصيل هذه الدورة على صفحتنا على الفايسبوك

Women’s Day August 13, 2016

Women’s Day is annually celebrated on August 13th , which is the anniversary of promulgation of the Code of Personal Status in Tunisia in 1956.

The Code of Personal Status (CPS) is a series of laws, that regulate relations and institutions of equality between men and women in a number of areas.  It was promulgated on August 13th, 1956 and it came to force on January 1st, 1957.

This Code gave women powers and established their place in Tunisian society. It abolished polygamy, created a judicial procedure for divorce, and marriage could be performed only with the mutual agreement of both parties. Several amendments were made in 1993 and women received rights to represent their children in judicial procedures, and rights to transfer their nationality and patrimony to children to the same extent as husbands.

The Code changed the life of the Tunisian women in the society. There is no wonder why the anniversary of promulgation of the Code is observed on a national level.

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Women’s Day in Tunisia: August 13th, 2016

Women in Tunisia are celebrating national Women’s Day today to mark the 60th anniversary of the passage of what was a bold new legislation for women’s rights, the Code of Personal Status. This law distinguished Tunisia from much of the rest of the Arab world as it set standards and rights for women on issues such as marriage, education, child custody and equal pay. But even with the long-standing code, many women in the country are encountering worrying barriers to living in a truly gender-equal society.

New legislation for Tunisian women  after January 14th , 2011

Tunisia’s new constitution, adopted on January 27, 2014, has strong a protection for women’s rights, including article 46, which provides that “The state commits to protect women’s established rights and works to strengthen and develop those rights,” and guarantees “equality of opportunities between women and men to have access to all levels of responsibility and in all domains.” It makes Tunisia one of the few countries in the Middle East and North Africa region with a constitutional obligation to work toward gender parity in elected assemblies.

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Tunisia’s parliament adopted a new law on November 10th, 2015, that will allow women to travel with their minor children without getting permission from the children’s father. The Tunisian authorities should next ensure that all domestic laws conform to international standards and eliminate other forms of discrimination against women.

 

ressources :

https://www.hrw.org/news/2015/11/12/tunisia-step-forward-womens-rights

https://anydayguide.com/calendar/2340