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Online workshops covid-19

Online workshops covid-19 For 6 weeks, from April 6th to May 20th, we’ve held online workshops almost every day. Our capacity building efforts encompassed various fields including arts (Cinexist Online, We Exist Through Books ), linguistics (Queer Code, Inclusive Language with Les Sans PagEs), discussions (French Club, English Conversation Club, Portrait of a Queer Icon), soft skills (Cyber Security, Public Speaking), and more.These online workshops also presented us with an opportunity to hold meaningful collaborations with other organizations including
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10 recommendations for Human Rights

In the 10th of December, the Human Rights Day, Mawjoudin We Exist anounces 10 recommendations concerning Queer people in Tunisia:
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Statement about the threat of dissolution, faced by Shams organization,

During the past few weeks, we have witnessed a wave of despicable articles and publications aiming to discredit the fight for the the rights of LGBTQI+ individuals.
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The LGBTIQ+ community and its fights has nothing to do with pedophilia

During the past few weeks, we have witnessed a wave of despicable articles and publications aiming to discredit the fight for the the rights of LGBTQI+ individuals.
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When will convictions of LGBTQI++ people and the anal test stop?

The Civil Collective for Individual Liberties recalls that the implementation of the article 230 by the authorities
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Statement regarding Shams organisation

It is therefore necessary to recall that the TUNISIAN COALITION FOR LGBTQI+ RIGHTS refuses to be affiliated with Shams organization, and that the actions and activities of Shams do not relate or represent in any way the Coalition.
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Article 230 of the Tunisian criminal code is an outrageous violation of fundamental rights protected by the new constitution and international conventions

Article 230 of the Tunisian criminal code is an outrageous violation of fundamental rights protected by the new constitution and international conventions
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STOP to the humiliation and the violation of privacy of the citizens

We also demand the repeal of Article 230 of the Tunisian Penal Code as a provision, which is unconstitutional and inconsistent with provisions of international conventions duly ratified by Tunisia.
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