Partners & Supporters

Partners & Supporters 2019-07-02T18:44:16+01:00

The Applied Social Sciences Forum is non-governmental
organization founded in 2011 in Tunis. Since its inception,
the ASSF has sought to solve problems of social reality,
to support reform initiatives, to advocate for public policy,
and to influence legislation and institutions. It has also
aimed at raising public awareness of social issues by
disseminating the culture of “voice” within the framework
of strengthening local governance using various
mechanisms: social barometer, national meetings,
documentaries, quantitative measures and continuous
follow-up of capacity building and planning programs
based on the quality of local management and
efficiency of the public service...

President of the Association: Abdelwahab Ben Hafaiedh
Project Coordinator: Mohamed Mathlouthi

Introduction

Research / Formation

The Tunisian Center for Global Security Studies is an
independent, non-profit and non-partisan organization
established in 2013. It engages in governance through
the preparation of strategic security studies in its various
dimensions. The Center aims to develop the proactive
role of security studies to be a force for bringing forward
proposals and participate in the elaboration of public
policies. The Center also works to spread the culture of
republican citizenship and to achieve protection for
democratic values and the rule of law. The Center
provides for a wide range of activities. It is focused in
part on National terrorism threat level, as well as on
preventing and responding to violent extremism.
This is the role the Center plays in CAFA Network (Civil
Activists in the Fight against Violent Extremism), founded
by retired Colonel-Major Mokhtar Ben Nasr. The most
prominent with the help of some key professors like
Alaya Allani., Zied El Hani, Mazen Chérif, Farid El Beji,
Lotfi Mechichi, Rafik Chelly....

President of the Association: Rafik Chelly
Project Coordinator: Adam Mokrani

Introduction

Formation / Mediation

The center was founded in 2015 and it works to achieve the
objectives of decentralization and effective local governance
and local supervision through the participation of civil
institutions with a focus on youth and women. It has many
activities within the MEDIATE project (including the Youth
Parliament). It also has many partners, including the United
Nations Development Program (UNDP).

President of the Association: Noura Ben Hsan
Project Coordinator: Walid Ben Omrane

Introduction

Formation

The center was founded in 2015 and it works to achieve the
objectives of decentralization and effective local governance
and local supervision through the participation of civil
institutions with a focus on youth and women. It has many
activities within the MEDIATE project (including the Youth
Parliament). It also has many partners, including the United
Nations Development Program (UNDP).

President of the Association: Mourad Hajji
Project Coordinator: Mohamed Jannadi

Introduction

Mediation

The Tunisian League for Citizenship was established
in 2011. It aims at spreading the values of citizenship
and the culture of equal rights through political
participation and economic and social development.
It also works to defend the values of citizenship, to
bring closeness and unity between the various segments
of the Tunisian people, to support human values that
condemn collective human dignity, justice, peace,
progress and cooperation, to ensure equal rights among
the citizens, and to deepen the knowledge in issues
related to citizenship.

President of the Association: Chawki Tabib
Project Coordinator: Hcine Karim Glaied

Introduction

Formation / Mediation

The Center for Digital Research in Sfax was created
in 2012. It is a public institution, whose mission is to
conduct research and development activities in the
field of information and communication technologies
and promote innovation and technology transfer in
this field by promoting research results, resources,
and expertise. It aims to be at the forefront of
technology by conducting applied research focused
on innovation. Researches will focus on ICT for
online services (e-tourism, e-health, e-government,...
Its staff is composed of high skilled senior researchers
(university professors) and PhD students in computing
and telecommunication. They work to elaborate
sophistic solutions and to develop techniques and tools
covering recent topics like smart-grids, e-health,
smart transportation, e-government, etc...

President of the Association: Mohamed Jmaiel
Project Coordinator: Abdelmajib Ben Hammadou

Introduction

Research

Tunisia Plus Association was established in 2017. Its
main objective is to help young people find work by
promoting research in Entrepreneurship and Small
and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs), particularly
through meetings, exchanges, discussions
and dissemination of knowledge about marketing
and entrepreneurship. The association works mainly
towards helping young people, mostly from vulnerable
groups, to find jobs/ or start their own projects. It
also participates in spreading the culture of entrepreneur-
ship in academic institutions by developing and renewing
the content and educational curricula used in teaching entrepre-
neurship culture; to develop cooperation and partnerships with
organizations that support entrepreneurship; encourage
meetings that enable effective synergies; and finally, to
promote research on Entrepreneurship and Small and medium
sized enterprises (SMEs),.

President of the Association: Chokri EL FIDHA
Project Coordinator: Oussama Khalfallah

Introduction

Formation / Mediation

TUNARUZ was founded in 2016. It works especially on
women artisans’ rehabilitation, so that to enable them
use modern communication technologies, and employ
them in marketing their products and communicate
with other artisans.

President of the Association: Rabiaa Lourimi
Project Coordinator: Rabiaa Lourimi

Introduction

Mediation

The Tunisian Scout Organization was founded in
1933 and currently has more than 40,000 members,
including 8,000 male and female leaders. It is an
educational organization open to all, and it has the
status of a public interest organization under executive
Order issued on 16 February 1977. The Tunisian Scouts
Organization comprises 344 scout groups and 1,884
scout units. It is the largest youth organization in Tunisia.
The Tunisian Scout Organization has received Good
Governance Certificate after being part of The Global
Support Assessment Tool, which is managed by the Global
Scout Bureau. It allows the awarding of a certificate of
recognition of best practices in good governance
and scouting. The Tunisian Scout Organization aims at
educating youth of both genders, and based on the
principles of the scouting and guiding movement in the
world, and according to the scouting method in line with
the reality of the Tunisian society. It helps them to
develop their spiritual, mental, physical and social
capacities and to perform duties to God, to the self
and to others. The Tunisian Scout Organization has major
partnerships with UNHCR, UNICEF and the Danish Youth
Council and participates in the Economic and Social Council
of the United Nations as observer. It has recently mplem-
ented a major program on spreading the culture of
tolerance and combating violent extremism, which has
been very successful both in Tunisia and abroad...

President of the Association: Wahid Laabidi
Project Coordinator: Dhafer Tmimi

Introduction

Mediation

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