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10 2018
امرأة تونسية وثلاث حملات انتخابية

أنا رائدة أعمال وريادة الأعمال لا تُميّز بين الجنسين، وهي تقوم على معادلة بسيطة: أن تعمل قدر المستطاع، وأن تُضحي بالغالي والثمين، ثم بعد الكثير من الجهد والوقت والمثابرة، وتحمُّل الضغط، وإذا كان الحظ في صفك، ستحقق النجاح…

09 2016
Reviving Historical Urban Quarters Using Creative Industries

Tunisian Japan Symposium 17 – 19 Sept. 2016, Management Strategy Towards the Establishment of Innovative Society

Abstract

The purpose of this work is to revive the historical urban quarters of Tunis Medina, through improved socio-cultural urban dynamics of creative industry…

06 2019
Crowd-hoping thanks to sports

In 2016, I led a survey to evaluate youth drug consumption in the Medina, the historical urban quarter of Tunis. The survey focuses on students aged 15-19, from nine high schools. The results of the survey showed a rate of…

11 2018
٦ نصائح للنجاح في بيع منتجاتك عبر الانترنت

ظهرت التجارة ۔ أي تبادل السلع والخدمات ۔ منذ ظهور الإنسان. إذ تقص كتب التاريخ قصص الحروب والاستعمار والهجرات التي تعود كلها لسبب واحد ألا وهو رغبة البعض في امتلاك ما يعوزهم وما يملكه غيرهم، أكانت أراضي خصبة،…

11 2018
Halfa: The beautiful dangerous weed of hope

Yamna just got back from her hunt on Chanbi Mountain, 40 miles from the city of Kasserine in Tunisia. Now her whole house is filled with halfa, and she can’t wait to start braiding the grasses into baskets that will travel all…

10 2018
Three Election Campaigns and a Tunisian Woman

I am an entrepreneur; entrepreneurship is gender blind and it is a simple formula; you just work as hard as you can, sacrifice all you can, and after a lot of time you get lucky, and if you can persist…

29 2018
Partenariat public-priv

Le plus grand succès de la révolution tunisienne est l’initiation de la société civile, finalement capable de compléter et partager les ressources et expertise avec son gouvernement. Avec le défi socioéconomique croissant, le gouvernement se trouve en manque d’outils nécessaires…

19 2017
Social Entrepreneuship to sustain civil activism (IIE article)

Tunisia’s 2011 revolution brought many economic challenges, due in part to the country’s heavy dependency on foreign trade and investments, which slowed down as the world watched the country adjust to its new post-revolution reality. The revolution also brought many…

03 2016
SOCIAL ENTREPRENEURSHIP FROM THE MIDDLE AGES

Thanks to volunteering with MedinaPedia, a project launched by Carthagina & ASM Tunis to upload historical information about the Medina of Tunis onto Wikipedia, I have discovered that the Medina contains 28 Madrasas (schools which were built to educate civil servants). Some…

10 2016
THE MEDINA

Once upon a time, the artisans of the Medina of Tunis were the masters of trade and commerce. Five words were used, to describe the entire urban commercial system which regulated the Medina’s artisans and their trade.

The “Orf”, is…

18 2016
THE CHECHIA; A LITTLE RED HAT WITH A GLOBAL BRAND

When visiting Souk el-Chaouachia in the Medina of Tunis, you find yourself passing by the little workshops of Chaouachi (Chechia artisans), where you can observe them, in their working overalls, busily working, brushing, ironing, checking the finishing or counting Chechias.…

10 2016
HOW TO: RESTORE AN OLD HOME INTO A BUSINESS

After my modest entrepreneurial adventure of restoring an old home into a boutique hotel, all I see are opportunities for more adventures at almost every corner of the oldest part of our beloved capital, the Medina. I am not a…

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