Shady Rabhi

Thoughts on democracy

By | April 3rd, 2017|Citizen Journalist - Poverty & Development, Shady Rabhi|

Shady Rabhi Of course, democracy is really important. It is necessary to preserve our freedom, our choices, our manner of living. Talking about democracy and raising the awareness of people about it, it’s a conscious and civic act; launching debates regarding citizenship brings enrichment. But having democracy as focus without ensuring economic and social rights, [...]

More than 8 kilometers to reach school on unpaved and dangerous roads

By | January 10th, 2017|Citizen Journalist - Poverty & Development, Shady Rabhi|

Shady Rabhi One of the hundreds of subjects that the revolution of 2011 in Tunisia helped uncover, is school dropouts among children. A subject, among many that the ancient regime that ruled the country for more than 23 years was mainly the cause of its raising because of its unjust and unconsidered policies.  According to [...]

Citizen participation: first steps after the Revolution in Tunisia

By | November 8th, 2016|Citizen Journalist - Citizens' & Partecipation, Shady Rabhi|

Shady Rabhi After the Jasmin Revolution, from December 2010 until February 2011, everything changed in Tunisia: freedom, hardly achieved, enabled many Tunisian citizens to integrate in associations and to develop their willingness to participate and be active citizens. This attitude, which has just started to develop, is increasingly spreading among people, stimulating a sort of [...]