The state during the state of emergency # 3
Discrimination and stigmatisation in discourse and practice
When and where?
with Mohamed Anoir Zayani, researcher in public law at the University of Carthage and Insaf Bouhafs, head of the Access to Justice Programme within the organisation Avocats Sans Frontières.
moderated by Wahid Ferchichi
L'Art Rue in collaboration with Association for the Defense of Individual Freedoms - ADLI and Faculty of Political and Social Legal Sciences
Concerned and worried about the turn of events from July 25, 2021, with the announcement by the President of the Republic of the state of emergency by activating article 80 of the Constitution, after the publication of '' a "provisional organization of powers" on September 22, 2021, the Tunisian association for the defense of individual freedoms (ADLI), L'Art Rue and the Faculty of legal, political and social sciences of Tunis are offering a series of evening - debates within the framework of the DPDW Civic Space program on “The state of emergency” to try to understand what is happening and especially to analyze the implications of such a situation on rights and freedoms.
In this context, Professor Wahid Ferchichi invites the legal researcher Mohamed Anoir Zayani and the Head of the Access to Justice Programme at Avocats sans Frontières Insaf Bouhaf to take part in this third debate that he facilitates live and online from our FB L'Art Rue page - الشارع فن Thursday December 2nd, 2021 at 7 p.m.
The evening will also be broadcast on the pages of ADLI and the Faculty of Legal, Political and Social Sciences of Tunis.
About the panelists
Mohamed Anoir Zayani is a researcher in public law at the University of Carthage, secretary general of the Tunisian Association for the Defence of Individual Liberties and former coordinator of the Civil Collective for Individual Liberties. Author of several research works on the situation of human rights and vulnerable categories in Tunisia, he has just published with the ADLI the Report on "Rights and freedoms during the period of exception: Discrimination and stigmatisation in discourse and practice".
Insaf Bouhafs holds a Master's degree in International and European Law from the Faculty of Law, Economic Sciences and Management of Rouen, with a focus on human rights. Her thesis is on "Institutional feminism in Tunisia: Political representation of women and the role of Women Policy Agencies. La Parité comme exemple", and was defended in 2019. She is currently Head of the Access to Justice Programme at Avocats Sans Frontières.
Wahid Ferchichi is a professor of public law at the University of Carthage, director of the department of public law and political science at the Faculty of Political and Social Sciences of Tunis. He co-directs the Master of Human Rights and coordinates the legal clinic on gender-based violence. Wahid Ferchichi is the honorary president of the Tunisian Association for the Defence of Individual Liberties (www.adlitn.org).
Thursday December 2nd, 2021 at 7 p.m.
Free online on the FB page of L'Art Rue -الشارع فن