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Administration of Justice in Tunisia: Torture, Trumped-Up Charges and a Tainted Trial [English][Arabic]. 2000
This report focuses on the prosecution of suspected political opponents without solid evidence and arguments, analyzing the case of human rights lawyer, Radhia Nasraoui, as a strong example.
 
Amnesty International - Human Rights in Tunisia [English][Arabic][French].
 
CEDAW Tunisia Report 2000 [English]. 2000
The strategic objective of the Ninth Economic and Social Development Plan’s (1997-2001) was to enhance the integration of women into the development process. The priorities set within the framework of this plan were based on three major parameters: equality in public life, partnership in the family and access to decision-making positions.
 
Deception and Lies: Freedom of Expression in Tunisia Remains under Siege Six Months after the World Summit on the Information Society [English][Arabic]. 2006
This report is based on a fact-finding mission to Tunisia undertaken from 18 to 22 April 2006 by members of the International Freedom of Expression Exchange (IFEX) Tunisia Monitoring Group (IFEX-TMG) to follow up on progress made on the status of freedom of expression in Tunisia after the World Summit on the Information Society (WSIS) was held in Tunisia in November 2005.
 
Freedom of Expression in Tunisia: the Siege Intensifies [English][French]. 2005
This is the second report of the Tunisian Monitoring Group (TMG) and follows the latest of a series of fact-finding missions to Tunisia by members of the group in the run to the World Summit on the Information Society (WSIS).
 
Human Rights in Tunisia: Options and Accomplishments - Women's Rights [English][French]. 1987
Chapter 3 of the declaration of human rights of November 7, 1987 covers the human rights of the Tunisian women.
 
Human Rights in Tunisia: Options and Accomplishments 1987 -2000 [English][French].
Since the declaration of human rights of November 7, 1987, which addresses the civil and political rights, economic and social rights, women and children’s rights, right of association and the mechanisms of promoting human rights and disseminating them. The link provides an overview of all related documents.
 
Human Rights Watch: Tunisia [English][Arabic][French].
 
International Freedom of Expression Exchange "IFEX" - Tunisia [English].
The International Freedom of Expression Exchange works to promote and emphasize the importance of Freedom of Expression. This page on Tunisia offers press releases, articles, reports and related sites discussing recent issues related to freedom of expression in Tunisia.
 
International Women's Rights Action Watch - Country Report: Tunisia [English]. 2002
The International Women's Rights Action Watch (IWRAW) prepared and submitted this report on Tunisia to the Convention on the Elimination of Discrimination Against Women (CEDAW) and the UN Committee on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights. It provides an economic and political analysis of the country’s situation and its relation to the status of women’s rights.
 
National Report on Follow-Up to the World Summit for Children [French]. 2000
This report stresses the Tunisian achievements made in reducing rates of morbidity and mortality for children less than 5 years old. It stresses the development of school enrollment level and the educational quality, as well as, the protection of children.
 
State of Liberties and Human Rights in Tunisia [English][French]. 1999
This report is a collection of facts which seek to answer the following questions: are the obligations of the State of Tunisia, which has ratified nearly all international human rights treaties and conventions, being respected generally? Is the obligation contracted to by the Tunisian Government in article 2 of the Association Agreement with the 15 States of the European Union with regard to respect for democratic principles and human rights being respected generally?
 
Tunisia: Crushing the Person, Crushing a Movement - the Solitary Confinement of Political Prisoners [English][Arabic]. 2005
Interviews with three recently released prisoners provide new details of the cruel and inhumane policy of isolation practiced by Tunisian authorities. These interviews, with men who had served up to eleven years in solitary confinement almost without interruption, confirm earlier findings that the placement in prolonged isolation of some forty political prisoners is a clear violation of both Tunisia’s domestic laws and international standards governing the treatment of prisoners.
 
Tunisia: Long-Term Solitary Confinement of Political Prisoners [English][French]. 2004
This report is based on a research mission that human Right Watch conducted in April, 2003 and on phone interviews conducted in March and April 2004 with the relatives of ten prisoners who are currently being held in isolation. It aims to portray how the arbitrariness and open-ended nature of the isolation policy compounds the cruelty inflicted on inmates cut off from virtually all human contact.
 
U.S. Department of State - Country Reports on Human Rights Practices [English].
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