Beyond the Tunisian Exception: (Un)changing politics and Social Movements in Tunisia (2010-2015)
Hmed, Choukri (2016), Beyond the Tunisian Exception: (Un)changing politics and Social Movements in Tunisia (2010-2015), Social Movements and Popular Mobilisation in the Middle East and North Africa, Londres, UNITED KINGDOM
TypeCommunication / Conférence
Titre du colloqueSocial Movements and Popular Mobilisation in the Middle East and North Africa
Ville du colloqueLondres
Pays du colloqueUNITED KINGDOM
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Institut de Recherche Interdisciplinaire en Sciences Sociales [IRISSO]
Résumé (EN)Tunisia is frequently known as the small “noiseless country” of the MENA that achieved its political transition and successfully managed to avoid civil war and authoritarian consolidation. It is also traditionally presented as an exception in the Arab-Muslim world, for its legal and political system would be more secular than in other Arab countries. Based on an ongoing fieldwork, Choukri Hmed presents his paper which, without undermining these political outcomes, proposes an analysis of the (un)changing frames and issues in both social movements and the political field in the country since 2010.
Mots-clésTunisian Revolution; Tunisian Exception; Social Movements; Political Transition; Activism; Leftist Parties
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