6th Arab Child Literature Encounters Start in Tunis

The 6th Arab Child Literature Encounters placed under the slogan “Challenges of Literature in View of Current Changes,” began Friday in Tunis. Tunisian and Arab experts present at the event deemed essential to pay special attention to Arab child literature, saying children have fallen under the influence of scriptures from foreign cultures. Source : Tunis Afrique Presse

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Former UGET Militants Pledge to Lift Their Hunger Strike Saturday

Former members of the General Union of Tunisia’s Students (UGET), who have been observing a hunger strike since last March 15, pledged, Friday, to lift their protest on Saturday. A working session, held Friday under the chairmanship of Prime Minister Habib Essid, decided the creation of a joint committee that will undertake to examine, case by case, the files of […]

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Handicrafts Offer Large Export Opportunities to Women Entrepreneurs – Cepex

Central Director of the Export Promotion Centre (CEPEX) Chefia Chelbia called on women entrepreneurs to pay greater attention to the handicrafts sector which offers large export opportunities. Speaking at a workshop on “Thinking Export” held Tuesday at CEPEX by the International Association of Women Entrepreneurs (French: AIFE), the official said handicrafts require more support, especially since the total value of […]

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Isie Receives Report of Gender Concerns International Organisation

President of the Independent Higher Authority for the Election (ISIE) Chafik Sarsar received, Friday, from Director of the Gender concerns international organisation Sabra Bano, the report of this NGO titled “Focus gender on observation of elections Tunisia 2014”. Speaking during a meeting with the press in Tunis, the official of the Hague-based international organisation said that “Tunisian women provided a […]

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National Observatory of Municipal Action and Urban Planning Created

The creation of the National Observatory of Municipal Action and Town Planning was announced, Monday in Tunis. “Better Control and Data for Better Tunisian Cities” is the motto of the new civil society structure. The observatory seeks to provide updated data on municipal and urban perimeters, be equipped with a computerised control system of all development sectors in cities and […]

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Tunisia Joins Beps Project, Oecd Action Plan for Youth

Tunisia and the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) signed, on Tuesday in Tunis, an agreement under which Tunisia will join the Base Erosion and Profit Shifting (BEPS) project and the OECD Action Plan for Youth. Launched in July 2013 by OECD, the BEPS project produced its first set of recommendations on September 16, 2014. They include reports containing […]

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