Initiatives

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Since inception, EED has supported over 600 initiatives aimed at promoting democracy in the EU neighbourhood and beyond. This database provides an insight into the work of EED partners over the years. However, due to the sensitive nature of certain initiatives and personal security risks facing some grantees in the restrictive environments where they operate, not all initiatives are listed in the database.

  • Observatoire Raqabah

    Country: Tunisia

    Raqabah Observatory is a young anti-corruption and transparency watchdog that aims to improve Tunisian good governance and public accountability of state-owned companies. The organisation seeks to collect data from state-owned companies in an open database accessible to the public, and to monitor and follow-up on suspected cases of corruption and financial mismanagement by state-owned companies, making policy recommendations and proposing reforms. EED’will support Raqabah’s core costs.

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  • Sentiers-Massarib

    Country: Tunisia

    Sentiers-Massarib is a nascent and unique civil society organisation tackling social-political issues in Tunisia by creating film clubs in marginalised regions of the country. Through the power of film, they aim to raise-awareness among Tunisian youth of their rights to become critical thinkers and forces of change in their own communities. With EED’s contribution, Sentiers-Massarib will mentor and support a youth-led film club in the impoverished city of Oued Ellil.

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  • L’Association Culturelle Badil (L’Alternative) | Youth-led Online Platform in Tunisia

    Country: Tunisia

    L’Alternative is a nascent, youth-led alternative online platform in Tunisia that produces alternative audio-visual content for the youth, and by the youth, to voice their concerns and challenge sociocultural norms.

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  • La cartographie au service du débat et de l'action citoyenne

    Country: Tunisia

    Cartographie citoyenne is an organisation that has developed a unique way to contribute to raising awareness and encouraging civic mobilisation of local civil society groups and communities on issues related to governance. In this regard, the initiative seeks to translate public data into thematic maps that portray and help citizens understand regional disparities. In parallel, they aim to advocate for the development and implementation of an open public data policy by the Tunisian authorities. EED’s support will contribute to the consolidation of Cartographie Citoyenne and the continuation of its operations.

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  • Political engagement of Tunisian youth and women | Youth Can

    Country: Tunisia

    Youth Can is a dynamic Tunisian youth organisation working on political engagement of young people and women, reaching out to the most marginalised areas of Tunisia.

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  • Ramy Khouili | Challenging the criminalisation of homosexuality in Tunisia

    Country: Tunisia

    EED will provide a renowned Tunisian human rights activist Ramy Khoulili with a grant to conduct a range of activities and issue publications related to his research on the criminalisation of homosexuality in Tunisia.

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  • Association Réseau Mourakiboun

    Country: Tunisia

    Mourakiboun Network Association, a leading Tunisian election observation group was established in 2011 and has more than 4000 volunteers, almost half of which are women.

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  • Réseau Alternatif des Jeunes Tunisie (RAJ)

    Country: Tunisia

    “Réseau Alternatif des Jeunes” (RAJ) encourages youth activism and participation in civic life, providing a meeting place for youth to discuss over issues of concern.

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  • Humetna Association

    Country: Tunisia

    Founded by a youth group, Humetna contributes to strengthening local democracy and youth participation in civic life in the disadvantaged area of Mjez el Beb, North West of Tunisia.

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  • Free Sight Association (FSA)

    Country: Tunisia

    United Nations Security Council resolution 1325 "Women, Peace and Security”, adopted in 2000, reaffirms the important role of women in conflict prevention, resolution and in peace talks.

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