Migration from and to Tunisia: between geo-strategic issues and humanitarian constraints, which alternatives respect human rights?
When and where?
A project in the framework of Replicon 21 co-funded by the Drosos Foundation.
In the continuity of the DPDW Civic Space “Migration and borders: the stakes of the non-existing migratory policies ” (January 2023), and “Migration, crises and consequences in the Maghreb” (February 2023), L'Art Rue continues its cycle of debates on migration issues Friday, May 12, 2023 at 7 pm online on its Facebook page.
Prof. Riadh Ben Khalifa invites the audience of Civic Space to explore the modalities of mobilization of the active civil society in Tunisia that defends the rights of sub-Saharan migrants, particularly since February 21st, 2023.
Part two of the online conference will specifically question the administration of migration in Tunisia through the prism of humanitarian and geopolitical constraints.
Friday May 12th, 2023 at 7 PM online on L'Art Rue's Facebook page -الشارع فن.