Olfa Lamloum



Borders for all

This project aims to identify community perceptions of security threats and smuggling in Tunisia. It also seeks to establish a dialogue process to help the government, security forces and communities in Kasserine to develop a common understanding of the security challenges facing the region and to acquire the skills needed to comprehensively tackle them.

Posted on 09 June 2015

Citizen's voices in political transition

This project aims to increase the influence of local communities, including marginalised groups, on development policies and decision-making.

Decision-making on development in Tunisia has historically marginalised the poorer interior regions of the country. In the aftermath of the revolution, public expectations are high. Young unemployed graduates in interior regions have been increasingly vocal in demanding jobs and economic development. Consolidating democracy in Tunisia will mean addressing these demands.

Posted on 17 September 2013

Revolution, resilience and radicalism

This project aimed to generate an in-depth understanding of the needs and expectations of young people in two marginalised suburbs of Tunis: Ettadhamen and Douar Hicher.

Posted on 09 June 2015

Strengthening youth participation in Ettadhamen and Douar Hicher

This project aims to address the social and political marginalisation felt by young people in Tunisia by strengthening young men and women’s participation in local governance.

Posted on 14 January 2016

Towards inclusive security governance of Tunisia’s border with Libya

This project will generate empirical evidence to improve the ability of policy-makers to understand and address the drivers and underlying causes of Tunisia’s border governance and security problems.

Posted on 14 January 2016