Category Archive Regional Dialogue

Regional Dialogue Forum: Round Table in Mednine

As part of the Southern Regional Dialogue Forum a round table was organized in Mednine by the Free Sight Association on “Women’s Rights Between Reality and Development Prospects in Mednine on July 16, 2016 at the School of Fisheries Zarzis-Mednine.

The activities of the round tables in Beja

The Beja governorate organized a round table on “The role of women in local development and governance: reality and challenges”, which included workshops on health, education and economic rights. Participants in the forum made proposals to overcome the problems and challenges faced by women in the region and ways to ensure the rights and protection of women and the effectiveness of women in the development and participation of women in the region in making decision.

Round table on the role of women in development and local governance

Organized by the Free Sight Association and the Euro-Mediterranean Human Rights Network as part of the North West Forum regional dialogue, a roundtable in Siliana on “The role of women in development and local governance” and Sunday, April 26, 2015 at the headquarters of the Regional Geographical Union of Labor in the presence of Mrs. “Kalthoum Kannou” in partnership with the Tunisian League for the Defense of Human Rights, the Tunisian Association of Democratic Women, the Union Tunisian General Labor Office, the Federation of Unemployed graduates, the National Lawyers Commission, the Tunisian Women’s Union for Development Research, the Tunisian Organization for Social Justice and Convergence.


Regional Dialogue Forum: A round table for dialogue in the state of Kairouan

On the occasion of Independence Day and as part of the program FORUM OF REGIONAL DIALOGUE OF THE CENTER, Free Sight Association with the Euro-Mediterranean Foundation of Human Rights Defenders and Euromed Rights, organized a Round Table Dialogue  on “Women’s Rights Between Reality and Development Prospects in Kairwan Governorate”, March 20, 2016 at the Kairwan Municipal Headquarters, and in partnership with the Union of Unemployed Graduates and the Office of the Human Rights Defense League in Kairouan.