Appeal for a national conference of social action.

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Appeal for a national conference of social action.

Tunisia is going through critical times that put at bay her revolution and democratic experience. There is actually a widespread impression that the aspirations and hopes that were embodied in the slogans of the revolution are fading away. There is serious apprehension of moving backwards. Add to that, the catastrophically unprecedented social, financial and economic situation is alarming, in a regional and international context exerting strong economic and security pressure. The latest youth activism that coincided with the 10th anniversary of the revolution was one more proof on the rupture between the ruling class and society, notably the youth and the vulnerable. The first decade after the revolution proved how vibrant social action is. Peaceful citizen resistance went on two fronts. The first one included protests popular categories such as the unemployed, the victims of vulnerable labor, small producers, farmers and fishermen. Protests were both diverse and widespread. Protesters innovated in their ways and means of protest. They focused mainly on social, economic and environmental rights; resisted corruption and rentier economy and challenged stigmatization and despise. Simultaneously, civil, unionist, female and youth action taken to defend individual and common civil rights, cultural rights, equality and enforcing the recognition of minorities’ rights, altogether represented the other facet of social resistance. It embodied the social yearning for freedom and dignity and refusal of come back of the policy of violence and impunity; thus raising the ceiling of demand for freedom and equity in all their aspects.

Ever since its foundation, FTDES has always backed up every single social protest, whether on the field or morally. We have supported the right for employment, a clean environment, decent social services and defended victims of vulnerable labor. We have always stood beside the families of missing children and victims of emigration, the marginalized; seeking to uphold human rights and full gender equality and defending the state of rights and law. We have found in these activists a strong will to improve their struggle and an aspiration for mutual action.

With regard to the outcome of the last decade, and after the social and psychological repercussions of the pandemic, and due to frequent indicators which threaten our national sovereignty and drawing conclusions from the latest uprisings in the suburbs and the violence they were faced with, the FTDES concludes that it is high time all components of civil society had to bridge the gaps and unite to get ready for opening horizons, the sooner the better. Being aware that the circumstances that sparked the revolution are still unchanged, and that the potential for change lies within society, in addition to the uprisings in the Arab region that is confirming the crisis of capitalist globalization, we are in urgent need to find a common ground for action to force the ruling elite to modify its priorities and give up serving only the ever-corrupt.

The FTDES puts forward this initiative to hold a national conference gathering civil action organizations and personalities from all walks of life round the same table next fall. We shall all together devise strategies and innovate work schemes to save the revolutionary and put democratic transition back on track. We shall yearn to lead the struggle of the popular class against those who took and are still taking advantage of the flawed and corrupt economic model.

In order to guarantee an effective preparation for our conference, which we wish to be a space of democracy, innovative and collaborative in devising ways to act and mobilize, we appeal for all democrats, youth and civil organizations, personalities believing in the principles of the revolution to all join in. This initiative remains open to any propositions and adjustments. We kindly invite you to sign this appeal and start contacts and debates to guarantee the success of this crucial milestone.

Appeal for a national conference of social action.

Tunisia is going through critical times that put at bay her revolution and democratic experience. There is actually a widespread impression that the aspirations and hopes that were embodied in the slogans of the revolution are fading away. There is serious apprehension of moving backwards. Add to that, the catastrophically unprecedented social, financial and economic situation is alarming, in a regional and international context exerting strong economic and security pressure. The latest youth activism that coincided with the 10th anniversary of the revolution was one more proof on the rupture between the ruling class and society, notably the youth and the vulnerable. The first decade after the revolution proved how vibrant social action is. Peaceful citizen resistance went on two fronts. The first one included protests popular categories such as the unemployed, the victims of vulnerable labor, small producers, farmers and fishermen. Protests were both diverse and widespread. Protesters innovated in their ways and means of protest. They focused mainly on social, economic and environmental rights; resisted corruption and rentier economy and challenged stigmatization and despise. Simultaneously, civil, unionist, female and youth action taken to defend individual and common civil rights, cultural rights, equality and enforcing the recognition of minorities’ rights, altogether represented the other facet of social resistance. It embodied the social yearning for freedom and dignity and refusal of come back of the policy of violence and impunity; thus raising the ceiling of demand for freedom and equity in all their aspects.

Ever since its foundation, FTDES has always backed up every single social protest, whether on the field or morally. We have supported the right for employment, a clean environment, decent social services and defended victims of vulnerable labor. We have always stood beside the families of missing children and victims of emigration, the marginalized; seeking to uphold human rights and full gender equality and defending the state of rights and law. We have found in these activists a strong will to improve their struggle and an aspiration for mutual action.

With regard to the outcome of the last decade, and after the social and psychological repercussions of the pandemic, and due to frequent indicators which threaten our national sovereignty and drawing conclusions from the latest uprisings in the suburbs and the violence they were faced with, the FTDES concludes that it is high time all components of civil society had to bridge the gaps and unite to get ready for opening horizons, the sooner the better. Being aware that the circumstances that sparked the revolution are still unchanged, and that the potential for change lies within society, in addition to the uprisings in the Arab region that is confirming the crisis of capitalist globalization, we are in urgent need to find a common ground for action to force the ruling elite to modify its priorities and give up serving only the ever-corrupt.

The FTDES puts forward this initiative to hold a national conference gathering civil action organizations and personalities from all walks of life round the same table next fall. We shall all together devise strategies and innovate work schemes to save the revolutionary and put democratic transition back on track. We shall yearn to lead the struggle of the popular class against those who took and are still taking advantage of the flawed and corrupt economic model.

In order to guarantee an effective preparation for our conference, which we wish to be a space of democracy, innovative and collaborative in devising ways to act and mobilize, we appeal for all democrats, youth and civil organizations, personalities believing in the principles of the revolution to all join in. This initiative remains open to any propositions and adjustments. We kindly invite you to sign this appeal and start contacts and debates to guarantee the success of this crucial milestone.

Appeal for a national conference of social action.

Tunisia is going through critical times that put at bay her revolution and democratic experience. There is actually a widespread impression that the aspirations and hopes that were embodied in the slogans of the revolution are fading away. There is serious apprehension of moving backwards. Add to that, the catastrophically unprecedented social, financial and economic situation is alarming, in a regional and international context exerting strong economic and security pressure. The latest youth activism that coincided with the 10th anniversary of the revolution was one more proof on the rupture between the ruling class and society, notably the youth and the vulnerable. The first decade after the revolution proved how vibrant social action is. Peaceful citizen resistance went on two fronts. The first one included protests popular categories such as the unemployed, the victims of vulnerable labor, small producers, farmers and fishermen. Protests were both diverse and widespread. Protesters innovated in their ways and means of protest. They focused mainly on social, economic and environmental rights; resisted corruption and rentier economy and challenged stigmatization and despise. Simultaneously, civil, unionist, female and youth action taken to defend individual and common civil rights, cultural rights, equality and enforcing the recognition of minorities’ rights, altogether represented the other facet of social resistance. It embodied the social yearning for freedom and dignity and refusal of come back of the policy of violence and impunity; thus raising the ceiling of demand for freedom and equity in all their aspects.

Ever since its foundation, FTDES has always backed up every single social protest, whether on the field or morally. We have supported the right for employment, a clean environment, decent social services and defended victims of vulnerable labor. We have always stood beside the families of missing children and victims of emigration, the marginalized; seeking to uphold human rights and full gender equality and defending the state of rights and law. We have found in these activists a strong will to improve their struggle and an aspiration for mutual action.

With regard to the outcome of the last decade, and after the social and psychological repercussions of the pandemic, and due to frequent indicators which threaten our national sovereignty and drawing conclusions from the latest uprisings in the suburbs and the violence they were faced with, the FTDES concludes that it is high time all components of civil society had to bridge the gaps and unite to get ready for opening horizons, the sooner the better. Being aware that the circumstances that sparked the revolution are still unchanged, and that the potential for change lies within society, in addition to the uprisings in the Arab region that is confirming the crisis of capitalist globalization, we are in urgent need to find a common ground for action to force the ruling elite to modify its priorities and give up serving only the ever-corrupt.

The FTDES puts forward this initiative to hold a national conference gathering civil action organizations and personalities from all walks of life round the same table next fall. We shall all together devise strategies and innovate work schemes to save the revolutionary and put democratic transition back on track. We shall yearn to lead the struggle of the popular class against those who took and are still taking advantage of the flawed and corrupt economic model.

In order to guarantee an effective preparation for our conference, which we wish to be a space of democracy, innovative and collaborative in devising ways to act and mobilize, we appeal for all democrats, youth and civil organizations, personalities believing in the principles of the revolution to all join in. This initiative remains open to any propositions and adjustments. We kindly invite you to sign this appeal and start contacts and debates to guarantee the success of this crucial milestone.

Appeal for a national conference of social action.

Tunisia is going through critical times that put at bay her revolution and democratic experience. There is actually a widespread impression that the aspirations and hopes that were embodied in the slogans of the revolution are fading away. There is serious apprehension of moving backwards. Add to that, the catastrophically unprecedented social, financial and economic situation is alarming, in a regional and international context exerting strong economic and security pressure. The latest youth activism that coincided with the 10th anniversary of the revolution was one more proof on the rupture between the ruling class and society, notably the youth and the vulnerable. The first decade after the revolution proved how vibrant social action is. Peaceful citizen resistance went on two fronts. The first one included protests popular categories such as the unemployed, the victims of vulnerable labor, small producers, farmers and fishermen. Protests were both diverse and widespread. Protesters innovated in their ways and means of protest. They focused mainly on social, economic and environmental rights; resisted corruption and rentier economy and challenged stigmatization and despise. Simultaneously, civil, unionist, female and youth action taken to defend individual and common civil rights, cultural rights, equality and enforcing the recognition of minorities’ rights, altogether represented the other facet of social resistance. It embodied the social yearning for freedom and dignity and refusal of come back of the policy of violence and impunity; thus raising the ceiling of demand for freedom and equity in all their aspects.

Ever since its foundation, FTDES has always backed up every single social protest, whether on the field or morally. We have supported the right for employment, a clean environment, decent social services and defended victims of vulnerable labor. We have always stood beside the families of missing children and victims of emigration, the marginalized; seeking to uphold human rights and full gender equality and defending the state of rights and law. We have found in these activists a strong will to improve their struggle and an aspiration for mutual action.

With regard to the outcome of the last decade, and after the social and psychological repercussions of the pandemic, and due to frequent indicators which threaten our national sovereignty and drawing conclusions from the latest uprisings in the suburbs and the violence they were faced with, the FTDES concludes that it is high time all components of civil society had to bridge the gaps and unite to get ready for opening horizons, the sooner the better. Being aware that the circumstances that sparked the revolution are still unchanged, and that the potential for change lies within society, in addition to the uprisings in the Arab region that is confirming the crisis of capitalist globalization, we are in urgent need to find a common ground for action to force the ruling elite to modify its priorities and give up serving only the ever-corrupt.

The FTDES puts forward this initiative to hold a national conference gathering civil action organizations and personalities from all walks of life round the same table next fall. We shall all together devise strategies and innovate work schemes to save the revolutionary and put democratic transition back on track. We shall yearn to lead the struggle of the popular class against those who took and are still taking advantage of the flawed and corrupt economic model.

In order to guarantee an effective preparation for our conference, which we wish to be a space of democracy, innovative and collaborative in devising ways to act and mobilize, we appeal for all democrats, youth and civil organizations, personalities believing in the principles of the revolution to all join in. This initiative remains open to any propositions and adjustments. We kindly invite you to sign this appeal and start contacts and debates to guarantee the success of this crucial milestone.

Appeal for a national conference of social action.

Tunisia is going through critical times that put at bay her revolution and democratic experience. There is actually a widespread impression that the aspirations and hopes that were embodied in the slogans of the revolution are fading away. There is serious apprehension of moving backwards. Add to that, the catastrophically unprecedented social, financial and economic situation is alarming, in a regional and international context exerting strong economic and security pressure. The latest youth activism that coincided with the 10th anniversary of the revolution was one more proof on the rupture between the ruling class and society, notably the youth and the vulnerable. The first decade after the revolution proved how vibrant social action is. Peaceful citizen resistance went on two fronts. The first one included protests popular categories such as the unemployed, the victims of vulnerable labor, small producers, farmers and fishermen. Protests were both diverse and widespread. Protesters innovated in their ways and means of protest. They focused mainly on social, economic and environmental rights; resisted corruption and rentier economy and challenged stigmatization and despise. Simultaneously, civil, unionist, female and youth action taken to defend individual and common civil rights, cultural rights, equality and enforcing the recognition of minorities’ rights, altogether represented the other facet of social resistance. It embodied the social yearning for freedom and dignity and refusal of come back of the policy of violence and impunity; thus raising the ceiling of demand for freedom and equity in all their aspects.

Ever since its foundation, FTDES has always backed up every single social protest, whether on the field or morally. We have supported the right for employment, a clean environment, decent social services and defended victims of vulnerable labor. We have always stood beside the families of missing children and victims of emigration, the marginalized; seeking to uphold human rights and full gender equality and defending the state of rights and law. We have found in these activists a strong will to improve their struggle and an aspiration for mutual action.

With regard to the outcome of the last decade, and after the social and psychological repercussions of the pandemic, and due to frequent indicators which threaten our national sovereignty and drawing conclusions from the latest uprisings in the suburbs and the violence they were faced with, the FTDES concludes that it is high time all components of civil society had to bridge the gaps and unite to get ready for opening horizons, the sooner the better. Being aware that the circumstances that sparked the revolution are still unchanged, and that the potential for change lies within society, in addition to the uprisings in the Arab region that is confirming the crisis of capitalist globalization, we are in urgent need to find a common ground for action to force the ruling elite to modify its priorities and give up serving only the ever-corrupt.

The FTDES puts forward this initiative to hold a national conference gathering civil action organizations and personalities from all walks of life round the same table next fall. We shall all together devise strategies and innovate work schemes to save the revolutionary and put democratic transition back on track. We shall yearn to lead the struggle of the popular class against those who took and are still taking advantage of the flawed and corrupt economic model.

In order to guarantee an effective preparation for our conference, which we wish to be a space of democracy, innovative and collaborative in devising ways to act and mobilize, we appeal for all democrats, youth and civil organizations, personalities believing in the principles of the revolution to all join in. This initiative remains open to any propositions and adjustments. We kindly invite you to sign this appeal and start contacts and debates to guarantee the success of this crucial milestone.

Appeal for a national conference of social action.

Tunisia is going through critical times that put at bay her revolution and democratic experience. There is actually a widespread impression that the aspirations and hopes that were embodied in the slogans of the revolution are fading away. There is serious apprehension of moving backwards. Add to that, the catastrophically unprecedented social, financial and economic situation is alarming, in a regional and international context exerting strong economic and security pressure. The latest youth activism that coincided with the 10th anniversary of the revolution was one more proof on the rupture between the ruling class and society, notably the youth and the vulnerable. The first decade after the revolution proved how vibrant social action is. Peaceful citizen resistance went on two fronts. The first one included protests popular categories such as the unemployed, the victims of vulnerable labor, small producers, farmers and fishermen. Protests were both diverse and widespread. Protesters innovated in their ways and means of protest. They focused mainly on social, economic and environmental rights; resisted corruption and rentier economy and challenged stigmatization and despise. Simultaneously, civil, unionist, female and youth action taken to defend individual and common civil rights, cultural rights, equality and enforcing the recognition of minorities’ rights, altogether represented the other facet of social resistance. It embodied the social yearning for freedom and dignity and refusal of come back of the policy of violence and impunity; thus raising the ceiling of demand for freedom and equity in all their aspects.

Ever since its foundation, FTDES has always backed up every single social protest, whether on the field or morally. We have supported the right for employment, a clean environment, decent social services and defended victims of vulnerable labor. We have always stood beside the families of missing children and victims of emigration, the marginalized; seeking to uphold human rights and full gender equality and defending the state of rights and law. We have found in these activists a strong will to improve their struggle and an aspiration for mutual action.

With regard to the outcome of the last decade, and after the social and psychological repercussions of the pandemic, and due to frequent indicators which threaten our national sovereignty and drawing conclusions from the latest uprisings in the suburbs and the violence they were faced with, the FTDES concludes that it is high time all components of civil society had to bridge the gaps and unite to get ready for opening horizons, the sooner the better. Being aware that the circumstances that sparked the revolution are still unchanged, and that the potential for change lies within society, in addition to the uprisings in the Arab region that is confirming the crisis of capitalist globalization, we are in urgent need to find a common ground for action to force the ruling elite to modify its priorities and give up serving only the ever-corrupt.

The FTDES puts forward this initiative to hold a national conference gathering civil action organizations and personalities from all walks of life round the same table next fall. We shall all together devise strategies and innovate work schemes to save the revolutionary and put democratic transition back on track. We shall yearn to lead the struggle of the popular class against those who took and are still taking advantage of the flawed and corrupt economic model.

In order to guarantee an effective preparation for our conference, which we wish to be a space of democracy, innovative and collaborative in devising ways to act and mobilize, we appeal for all democrats, youth and civil organizations, personalities believing in the principles of the revolution to all join in. This initiative remains open to any propositions and adjustments. We kindly invite you to sign this appeal and start contacts and debates to guarantee the success of this crucial milestone.

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