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Portfolio Category: Chapter II

Radicalization, inclusion and the Tunisian context.

In Tunisia, the revolution has revealed the depth of the gap between the educational system and the country’s economic reality in terms of the inability of the labor market to absorb graduates, and socially, in terms of the inability to socially integrate the younger generation’s victims of marginalization, and politically, in the sense of denying young people participation in public affairs through various organizations, State institutions, especially democratically elected officials.

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