Tunisia: Revolution and Democratic Compromise
The Tunisian revolution has developed in a very different way in comparison to other countries involved in the Arab springs. Tunisian thinkers interviewed by Reset-DoC analyse the reasons that brought his country to undertake a peaceful democratic transition in spite of its severe economic and social problems: among these reasons there is the fundamental role of Tunisia’s civil society, awarded with the Nobel Peace Prize in 2015.
Speakers: Mohamed Haddad, Ferhat Horchani, Ridha Tlili, Slaheddine Jourchi, Yadh Ben Achour,
Production: Nina zu Fürstenberg
Interviews: Giancarlo Bosetti, Nina zu Fürstenberg, Azzurra Meringolo, Nicola Missaglia
Text editing: Nicola Missaglia, Cristina Sala, Francesca Simmons
Video: Anna Fanuele, Iheb Ezzaier
Video Editing: Anna Fanuele