Tunisia’s political transition gained new momentum in early 2014, with the resolution of a political deadlock, the adoption of a new Constitution and the appointment of a new government. The national dialogue platform, brokered by key civil society organizations, played a crucial role in gathering all major political parties.
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The World Bank has conducted an extensive social and environmental impact assessment ahead of the launch of a US$300 million project to support the goals of decentralization outlined in the new Tunisian constitution.Read More »
A disproportionately high number of young men and women aged between 15 and 29 in Tunisia, face “an abyss” of underemployment and disengagement between leaving school and finding work. A new World Bank report looks at what can be done to reverse this.Read More »