Long-delayed local elections in Tunisia will be held in May 2018. In February, ALDA will start trainings on election cycle for Tunisian women. Trainings will be delivered in six governorates – namely Gasfa, Kairouan, Grand Tunis, Jendouba, Kebili, and Mahdia, and will highligh the interdependence of different phases and actions before, during and following the election, thus showing women the opportunities for involvement during the whole electoral cycle, and encouraging them to play an active role.

These trainings are part of the project PARFAIT, kicked-off in Tunis in November 2017 and teaming up ALDA, the European Partnership for Democracy – EPD, and Coalition pour les Femmes de Tunisie. The project aims at increasing women participation at local level by giving them the means to fully access the public sphere – as voters and candidates, but also as empowered, informed and involved citizens, thus ensuring the ongoing decentralization process will be a success for every single citizen.

Read more about the project PARFAIT

Long-delayed local elections in Tunisia will be held in May 2018. In February, ALDA will start trainings on election cycle for Tunisian women. Trainings will be delivered in six governorates – namely Gasfa, Kairouan, Grand Tunis, Jendouba, Kebili, and Mahdia, and will highligh the interdependence of different phases and actions before, during and following the election, thus showing women the opportunities for involvement during the whole electoral cycle, and encouraging them to play an active role.

These trainings are part of the project PARFAIT, kicked-off in Tunis in November 2017 and teaming up ALDA, the European Partnership for Democracy – EPD, and Coalition pour les Femmes de Tunisie. The project aims at increasing women participation at local level by giving them the means to fully access the public sphere – as voters and candidates, but also as empowered, informed and involved citizens, thus ensuring the ongoing decentralization process will be a success for every single citizen.

Read more about the project PARFAIT