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Women's Perspective on the Tunisian Revolution

By , Professor, Bishop's Unversity, Canada

This article gives a voice to female participants in the Tunisian Spring by recounting women’s participation in these uprisings, their demands, and their assessment of the post-revolutionary era in terms of gains and/or loss of rights for women in particular and for their fellow citizens in general.

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Osire Glacier
By Osire Glacier

Dr. Osire Glacier is a professor at the Department of History and at the Department of Political Science and International Studies of Bishop's University (Sherbrooke, Canada). 

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