Podcast
Braden Alexander | Political change has gripped Tunisia more than once and a new book by Monia Mazigh tells the tale of a mother and daughter affected by revolutions old and new.
Podcast
'Foreign Body,' refugees and identity, relational complexity and living in the p
Face2Face | Raja Amari, Hiam Abbass and Sarra Hannachi talk about their new film "Foreign Body," refugees, identity, relational complexity and living in the present and not the future.
Columnists
Thomas Ponniah | The World Social Forum represents the development of a new left and a new global civilization, grounded by a desire for participatory, radical democracy.
Columnists
Monia Mazigh | Post-9/11 in the U.S., certain groups, governments and corporations benefited from maintaining a high level of fear among the population. Today, is the same thing happening in Tunisia?
News
Photo: Amine Ghrabi / flickr
Medea Benjamin | Many Tunisians were thrilled to have hosted the eleventh World Social Forum, held from March 26-30, 2013.
Blog
The roundtable conversation begins.
Brent Patterson | About 85 people from at least 23 different countries came together for a 'Roundtable on water as a human right and a commons' at the World Social Forum in Tunisia.
Blog
Blue Planet Project water campaigner Meera Karunananthan introduces the day.
Brent Patterson | More than 80 people from around the world gathered for a 'Water Justice Day' forum at the Université de Tunis in advance of the World Social Forum.
Blog
Brent Patterson | It's 10:30 a.m. on Tuesday morning here in Tunisia and we're getting ready for the major march this afternoon that will officially launch the World Social Forum.
Blog
Brent Patterson | We've just arrived in Tunis along with many others from around the world who are gathering here for the World Social Forum.
News
rabble staff | The World Social Forum Dignity-Karama will take place as foreseen in Tunis, from the 26th to the 30th of March 2013.
News
Lauren McCauley | After a day of massive protests in Tunisia, ruling Islamist party Ennahda dissolved its coalition government on Wednesday, promising rapid new elections.
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rabble staff | Izza Leghtas of Amnesty International on the assassination of Chokri Belaid in Tunisia.