This website uses third party cookies to improve your experience. If you continue browsing or close this notice, you will accept their use.

The Tunisian Exception - A Nobel for the Future of Democracy in the Arab World

November 24, 2015 at 10:00

Room 305 Viale Romania, 32

An event organized by Reset-Dialogues on Civilizations, LUISS Department of Political Sciences and LUISS School of Government 

Opening session
The Nobel Peace Prize Awarded To Tunisian Civil Society - An Opportunity for The Arab World and for Europe

Welcome addresses 
Giancarlo Bosetti, Director Reset-DoC

Francesca M. Corrao, Director Master MISLAM - LUISS School of Government

Opening speeches
Rafik Abdessalam, Former Minister of Foreign Affairs - Ennahdha Party Tunisia
Bochra Belhaj Hmida, M.P. and Member of the Executive Committee of Nidaa Tounes Party Tunisia
Emma Bonino, Former Minister of Foreign Affairs Italy 

Second Session
Tunisian Democracy Between Compromise and Struggle for Dignity - A Success Story Explained

Opening address
Leonardo Morlino, Vice-Rector Research LUISS

Mohamed Haddad, President Observatoire arabe des religions et des libertés Tunisia
Slaheddine Jourchi, Intellectual and Human Rights Activist - Tunisia
Ferida Labidi, M.P. and Former Member of the Constituent Assembly of Tunisia and the President of its Commission for Rights and Freedoms
Renata Pepicelli, LUISS

Sergio Fabbrini, Director LUISS School of Government

Third Session
Tunisia: A Model for Arab and Mediterranean Democracies? - Future Challenges in Tunisia and the Role of the International Community

Ridha Tlili, Professor University of Tunis and President Ahmed Tlili Foundation for Democratic Culture Tunisia
Mohamed Jouili, Director - Observatoire National de la Jeunesse Tunisia
Mohamed Tahar Jouini UGTT Trade Union Tunisia
Fabio Petito, Professor - University of Sussex

Carmela Decaro, LUISS

Closing remarks
Giancarlo Bosetti, Director Reset-DoC

The debate will be attended by
Hon. Imen Ben Mohammed, Member of The People's Representatives Assembly Tunisia