Category: Local Governance

YouthAct: Project Overview

In partnership with The European Commission Project Presentation The “Youth Act” project aims to support the citizen participation of young residents of the marginalized suburbs of Greater Tunis in the structure and the process of local governance from the beginning of its implementation in Tunisia. The project of two years, Organizes various activities that motivate

YouthAct Project (EU Commission)

In partnership with The European Commission Project Presentation The “Youth Act” project aims to support the citizen participation of young residents of the marginalized suburbs of Greater Tunis in the structure and the process of local governance from the beginning of its implementation in Tunisia. The project of two years, Organizes various activities that motivate

Success stories with our project participants : Zouhair Labyath

Zouhair is one of our participants from Bhar Lazreg, a marginalized neighborhood on the outskirts of the luxurious region of Gammarth north of Tunis. During his teens, he didn’t give much importance to pursuing his high school education spending most of his time in the cafés of his neighborhood. Zouhair was never approached, prior to

Jasmine Foundation project featured in The US Embassy website

The US Embassy website posted a brief summary of the visit of MEPI representatives to our office in Tunis. The visitors met with some of the beneficiaries of MEPI funded project “Our Neighborhood Our Democracy” which is being implemented by Jasmine Foundation in the northern region of Tunis and aims to empower young unemployed living

Competition of the project “Knock The Door”

The “Knock The Door” project launches its preparations for its youth competition under the umbrella of Jasmine Foundation and MEPI. This competition brings together 100 young people organized in 20 teams from different districts of Soukra and Marsa. This competition is a culmination of a series of activities to see the “Youth Cafés” and the

Policy Paper: How to Make Local Government in Tunisia More Accountable

How to Make Local Government in Tunisia more Accountable Participatory Democracy and Open Governance in the new Tunisian Constitution Intissar Kherigi, Jasmine Foundation    Article 139: “Local authorities shall adopt the mechanisms of participatory democracy and the principles of open governance to ensure broader participation by citizens and civil society in the preparation of development

Decentralization: How can we make Local Governments Accountable?

Friday, June 12th, 2015 at Ramada Plaza – Gammarth Intissar Kherigi, Programmes Director at Jasmine Foundation As part of Jasmine Foundation’s third annual conference on « Participatory Governance in the Context of Democratic Transition in Tunisia: Roles and Tools », I organized a roundtable entitled « Decentralization: Accountability of local governments » on Friday, June 12th, 2015 at Ramada