Thousands took to the streets in Tunis yesterday. But you probably did not hear about it.

Sami Hamdi Middle East/North Africa, Tunisia

Yesterday, on 31 October 2015, thousands of Tunisians took to the streets demanding the establishment of a benefits system to alleviate the difficulties of over 500,000 unemployed and protesting the lack of policies dedicated to tackling the rampant poverty across the country and, in particular, the inner regions. Mohamed El-Hechmi Hamdi, former presidential candidate and leader of the Tayyar al-Mahabba …

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Nora Hamdi featured, UK

These reforms are not “progressive”, rather they symbolise regression and endanger our national pride; the welfare state. Our soaring education prices and gradual diminution of benefits does not alleviate the feeling of dread growing in many. What further accentuates this is the feeling of being stuck. It is difficult to endure these changes without being able to look forward to the next election, hoping our country will vote differently…