The February 2023 report on migration released by the Tunisian Forum for Economic and Social Rights (FTDES) showed an increase in violence in all its forms and a clear spread of violent, hateful and racist discourse on social networks and in public spaces. Criminal violence was the most prevalent in February (64.7%), followed by institutional, economic and protest violence at equal rates (11.8%), according to the report. 35% of the victims of violence were women and 88% of the acts of violence were committed by men. 64% of acts of violence were committed in the street, 17% in households and 5% at equal rates in the media, cyberspace and in schools. Over 35% of the acts of violence occurred in the region of Tunis, 17% in Nabeul and 17% in Sousse, followed by Sfax and Kébili at equal rates of 5%.
Source: Agence Tunis Afrique Presse