Tunisia: Interview with Saida Garrache - between authoritarianism and Islamism
Tunisian lawyer and feminist Saida Garrache has been General Secretary of the Tunisian Association of Democratic Women since mid-2006. In this interview she talks about the difficulties of working in a state that tries to stifle civil society activities.
Submitted on Wed, 12/06/2006 - 01:00
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