Lack of government COVID-19 plan exacerbates losses in Tunisia

The lack of a government plan for preparedness and coordination has exacerbated the COVID-19 crisis in Tunisia

Policy Brief: Tunisian COVID-19 Response

Like many nations, Tunisia is struggling to strike a balance between protecting people’s health and salvaging the economy. How has the Tunisian government responded to th...

Refugee and asylum seeker access to the Italian labour market: obstacles and discriminati...

In Italy, access to the labour market for refugees and asylum seekers is often blocked by enormous obstacles, ranging from tricky rules to long administrative procedures...

Bank reforms should be implemented to protect investors and workers’ pay rights in Lebanon

Depositors are not able to obtain their money within a short, specified period of time

ImpACT and Access Now call on HRC to urge Tunisia to adopt new law to protect internet us...

Political and human rights activists are at significant risk of being identified and targeted
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ImpACT to HRC: Bank reforms should be implemented to protect investor...

Depositors are not able to obtain their money within a short, specified period of time, and cannot even be compensated if any harm is incurred

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What We Want?

State institutions, in their policies and practices, fulfill their duties as mandated by the human rights agreements to which the state is a contracting party.
Corporations, local and multinational, apply and play a bigger role in protecting and promoting human rights, especially with the abolishment of slavery, human trafficking, and illegal labor exploitation.
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