Contract for the provision of Catering and Conference Services in Hammamet for the event on 16 and 17 December 2023.
Tunisia enjoys the second-highest human development score in Africa. Since the one-party regime was overthrown in late 2011, the country has embarked on a tortuous transition towards democracy. A new progressive constitution was approved in early 2014, consolidating women's rights and bringing innovations in a number of areas, including open government, state decentralization and sustainable use of natural resources.
Contract for the provision of ICT Equipments in Tunisia.
Framework Agreements for the Provision of Hotel and Conference Services within Grand Tunis, Hammamet, Gammarth, Sousse and Sfax City (Areas).
Clarification Letter Attached.
Framework Agreements for the Provision of Printing Services
Contract for the provision of a car rental service without driver.
This sub-project aims to strengthen access to justice for vulnerable people in Tunisia through a participatory and human rights-based approach. Association NESS pour la Prévention Combinée (NESS) is delivering training to 25 civil society organizations (CSOs) to enhance their knowledge of key human rights principles, constitutional rights, related advocacy and available support services.
Survivor-centered Justice: Why Is It Essential for Ending Gender-based Violence?
Following the Tunisian revolution of 2011, the new Constitution adopted in 2014 aimed to embed the principle of equality between women and men as well as ensuring the State’s obligation to protect women’s rights. However, despite the reforms to the legal framework in Tunisia to increase protection for women against gender-based violence, justice sector professionals, particularly judges and bailiffs, have limited knowledge, skills and capacity to act as effective gender justice agents, as stipulated by the new Law.
A strong regime of intellectual property (IP) law is crucial for fostering increased investment and innovation in key sectors of the economy. In recent years Tunisia has focused on building and implementing a policy for attracting foreign investment. Following the adoption of the new constitution, many laws regulating the economy were revised and a new investment code was adopted. The Tunisian government has also strengthened the legal framework for protecting IP, by acceding to the majority of treaties relating to IP and passing several laws on these matters.