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2015-11-03

DCAF launches an interactive timeline of the democratic transition and security sector reform in Tunisia

DCAF launches an interactive timeline of the democratic transition and security sector reform in Tunisia

Tunis, 03 November 2015: DCAF launches an interactive timeline of the democratic transition in Tunisia. The timeline documents over 425 events since the end of 2010, divided into four parallel processes:

 

  • Political process
  • Transitional justice
  • Security sector reform
  • Security incidents
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    It provides comprehensive overview of the progress of governance in the areas of security and justice in Tunisia since the end of 2010.

     

    It therefore enables:

     

    • anyone interested to review the key moments of the democratic transition in Tunisia to date;
    • researchers and stakeholders involved in the security sector reform in Tunisia to better understand the connection between events and processes and to draw lessons for the future.

     

    Each event includes a short description and provides links to the main press reports covering the event.    

     

    In developing the interactive timeline, DCAF has tried to be as exhaustive as possible. However, DCAF invites anyone interested to make proposals for the ongoing development and improvement of the interactive timeline.

     

    The interactive timeline is available in French and accessible through the DCAF Observatory of the security sector in Tunisia by clicking here.

     

    The development of the interactive timeline was financed by the DCAF Trust Fund for North Africa (TFNA). Further information is available on the DCAF website and on the DCAF Tunisia website.