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Tunisia’s “Al-Ahyaa Al-Sha’Biya”: Socioeconomic Grievances, Mobilisation, and Repression

In 2021, Tunisia witnessed several political and socio-economic crises, which were further exacerbated by the COVID-19 pandemic. The country had already been facing an acute economic contraction – described by the International Monetary Fund as the worst crisis since Tunisia’s independence in 1956 (IMF, 2021). In 2020, Prime Minister Hichem Mechichi indicated that the country had a negative growth rate of 6.5 percent and a public debt amounting to 86 percent of GDP (Chomiak, 2021).

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A newsletter by Lebanon Support

Lebanon Support is a multidisciplinary space creating synergies and bridging between researchers, experts, civil society and NGO practitioners, and activists. Lebanon Support aims to foster social change through innovative uses of social science, digital technologies, and publication and exchange of knowledge. 

Collective Action bulletin - Special Issue October 2019 - January 2020-نشرة التحركات الاجتماعية - عدد خاص تشرين الأول ٢٠١٩ - كانون الثاني ٢٠٢٠

What mobilises Lebanon?

Since 17 October 2019, protests have been ongoing in Lebanon in an unprecedented geographic spread, demanding social justice, accountability, and a political and systemic change in the country.
Lebanon Support has been documenting day by day these mobilisations and publishing content in various formats such as infographics, visuals, mapping, charts, trends among others. 

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