Mapping of Collective Actions in Tunisia
Publication Date: 2019
The mapping of collective actions in Tunisia tracks mobilisations by groups of people whose goal is to achieve a common objective.
Each mapped collective action is based on a typology devised by the Centre for Social Sciences Research and Action.
The objective of this database is to explore collective actions by providing accurate data and relevant information on mobilisations happening in the country.
Explore the interactive charts below the table.
Data collection for this mapping is done by the CeSSRA team.
Information sources: Media reports, NGO reports, aid actors reports, as well as first-hand data collected by the CeSSRA team.
Period covered by data collection: December 23rd, 2019 - till present.
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|Title||Actors / Mobilising structures||Cause/ Grievances/ Framing CA||Mode of action||Objective||State response||Location||Country||Date|
|Violent demonstrations in several Tunisian cities protesting the deteriorating socio-economic conditions in the country||Collective / Informal group, CSO||Corporate grievances, Injustice / Perceived injustice||Civil disobedience||Reform (advocating for limited change in political; socio-economic...)||Repression||Tunis, Bizerte, Mahdia, Sousse, Kairouane, Ettadhamon, Malassin, Fouchana and Sijoumi||Tunisia||January 17, 2021|
|Ship crew employees demonstrate on board a ship owned by the Tunisian Shipping Company to demand better working conditions||Workers group: Union / Syndicate, Workers group: Other||Corporate grievances, Access to socio-eco rights: Labour rights||Demonstration||Demands for rights / Services||N/A||Tunis||Tunisia||January 16, 2021|
|Protesters in Kasserine burned tires in protest of lack of jobs and state support||Collective / Informal group, CSO||Injustice / Perceived injustice||Tire burning||Demands for rights / Services||Repression||Kasserine||Tunisia||January 14, 2021|
|Injured victims of the 2011 revolution organized a sit-in calling for their official recognition by the state as victims||Affected group (inc. NIMBY)||Injustice / Perceived injustice||Sit-in, Hunger Strike||Support of a cause||Bargaining||Tunis||Tunisia||January 6, 2021|
|A demonstration was held by site-workers in response to an agreement reached by the government and the UGTT to resolve their precarious conditions||Workers group: Unemployed||Corporate grievances, Injustice / Perceived injustice||Demonstration||Demands for rights / Services||N/A||Tunis||Tunisia||December 9, 2020|
|Healthcare staff held a demonstration demanding urgent reforms in the healthcare sector, and calling on the government to commit to immediately fixing basic facilities in public hospitals.||Workers group: Healthcare workers||Corporate grievances||Demonstration||Demands for rights / Services||N/A||Tunis||Tunisia||December 8, 2020|
|Crédif held an online awareness-raising campaign on cyber-violence against women||Campaign||Corporate grievances||Online campaign||Support of a cause||N/A||Online||Tunisia||October 19, 2020|
|LGBT activists and CSO in Tunisia protested, amidst hundreds of other demonstrators, against a draft law that would grant security forces legal immunity from prosecution for the use of force||Collective / Informal group, CSO||Policy grievances||Demonstration||Protest of a policy / Governmental measure||Repression||Tunis||Tunisia||October 6, 2020|
|The residents of Oulad Nasr, a village in Kairouane governorate, blocked National Road Number 3, demanding access to clean and fresh water||Collective / Informal group, CSO||Access to socio-eco rights: Basic rights / Services / Infrastructure||Road blockade||Demands for rights / Services||Bargaining||Oulad Nasr||Tunisia||August 10, 2020|
|An open sit-in was held by the "Union of Unemployed PhD Graduates" calling for the improvement and valorization of their employment status||Collective / Informal group, CSO||Corporate grievances||Sit-in||Demands for rights / Services||Bargaining||Tunis||Tunisia||June 29, 2020|