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“to denounce and demand the end of the oppression we experience as women, to say no to patriarcal domination and selfishness”

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Najet Zammouri

Human Rights Activist

Location Icon Tunis, Tunisia

About Me

A tunisian human rights activist , a member of " TheTunisian comitte of the world march for women" since 2016 and the founder of a feminist asociation . has been fighting since 1990 for the abolishion of the death penalty and the effective and total gender equality ,the protection of individual and public freedoms to strengthen the culture of human rights. All actions are aimed at political, economic and social change and revolve around the globalization of solidarity, equality between women and men. A founder member of “Tunisian women against corruption network” .Since the release of the COLIBE report(june 2018), took part of a national network to organize lobbying and advocacy activities around equality in inheritance.- In 2018 was designated by the “African parliament of civil society “ as the focal point of Tunisia

Author of many many articles in connection with human rights ,gender equality and transitional justice.

Since 2016 , the vice président of The Tunisian Human Rights League , a national HR organization laureate of the Nobel Peace Prize in 2015 with three other tunisian organizations

Communities I Identify With and/or Want to Collaborate With

Educators
Immigrants
Indigenous Peoples
Labor Unions
People of Color
Refugees
Women

I Want to Take Action on

Children’s Rights
Civil Rights
Combating Corruption
Combating Rape
Economic Justice
Education
Employment
Ending Poverty
Ending Violence
Equality
Free and Fair Elections
Free Press
Free Speech
Gender Based Violence
Girls’ Rights
Immigrant Rights
Segregation
Voting Rights
Women’s Economic Security
Women’s Education
Women's Health
Women’s Representation
Women’s Safety
Workers’ Rights

Areas of Expertise

Childcare
Civil Rights
Combating Corruption
Constitutional Law
Economic Justice
Education
Ending Violence
Gender Equality
Rape Prevention
Refugees
Teaching, Humanities
Teaching, Writing
Women’s Representation
Workers’ Rights