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Tunisia general information report.
The total number of human living in the world  of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights are about 6500 million Africa . The human  of Africa is close to 1000 million of which human of Tunisia are about 0.4 million  . Tunisia  represent broad culture of different , languages,  and lifestyles, which require human rights protection.. Tunisia represent systems of government very broad Republic. Tunisia is the small economy in Africa ..  State capital  is Tunis -. basic languages Arabic (official); French  and basic religion are Islam - .Tunisia are failing to provide Education  free, at least in the elementary and fundamental stages. Tunisia has only one good  Technical University / Business University. Université-Virtuelle-de-Tunis . is best one and its online links is   Université Virtuelle de Tunis .Université-Virtuelle-de-Tunis is good for higher education . But  Université-Virtuelle-de-Tunis not offer for higher education .in human rights. Tunisia is also failing to provide basic human rights for political stability. . Abuse of children and women are more common in Tunisia.

Right information report is that Tunisia has long been an important player in the Mediterranean, placed as it is in the centre of North Africa, close to vital shipping routes. In their time, the Romans, Arabs, Ottoman Turks and French realised its strategic significance, making it a hub for control over the region. French colonial rule ended in 1956, and Tunisia was led for three decades by Habib Bourguiba, who advanced secular ideas. These included emancipation for women - women's rights in Tunisia are among the most advanced in the Arab world - the abolition of polygamy and compulsory free education.
he diverse economy has been growing steadily in recent years; Tunisia has been praised for halving its slum population.In 1987 he was dismissed on grounds of senility and Zine El Abidine Ben Ali became president. He continued with a hard line against Islamic extremists, but inherited an economically-stable country.
Although Tunisia has introduced some press freedoms and has freed a number of political prisoners, human rights groups say the authorities tolerate no dissent, harrassing government critics and rights activists. A dozen suspected Islamists were killed in shoot-outs with security forces in and around Tunis at the end of 2006 and the beginning of 2007. Lawyers say hundreds of people have been arrested on suspicion of links with terrorist groups since 2003, when the authorities gained new powers of arrest

Guidance Information Report to claim Human Rights - in Tunisia

   Tunisia  has adopted Universal Declaration of Human Rights, 1948 and is  member state of UN human rights since  12-11-1956 .Since, all people in Tunisia are entitled to all the rights and freedoms set forth in this Declaration, without distinction of any kind, such as race, color, sex, language, religion, political or other opinion, national or social origin, property, birth or other status. These adopted human rights by Tunisia include that Slavery and the slave trade shall be prohibited in all their forms;  none shall be subjected to torture or to cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment or punishment; that none shall be subjected to arbitrary arrest, detention or exile; Everyone in Tunisia has the right to education. Education shall be free, at least in the elementary and fundamental stages. Elementary education shall be compulsory. Technical and professional education shall be made generally available and higher education shall be equally accessible to all on the basis of merit. Further :-
The Republic of Tunisia is a member of International organization founded as the Organization of African Unity to promote cooperation among the independent nations of Africa. It has ratified many UN Human Rights Conventions and thus has made binding international commitments to adhere to the standards laid down in these universal human rights documents. In as far as Tunisia has ratified the Optional Protocols for these Conventions, the inhabitants of Tunisia and their representatives are able to invoke their human rights through these bodies. All inhabitants of Tunisia may turn to the UN Human Rights Committee for violations of specific human rights. Since Tunisia is an African Union Member, its citizens and NGOs may file complaints to the African Commission on Human and Peoples’ Rights. They may also file complaints according to the European Union guidelines (on Human Rights Defenders, Death Penalty and Torture) to Embassies of European Union Member States and the Delegations of the European Commission. In cases of human rights violations by multinational enterprises, they may also invoke the National Contact Point in an OECD member state. Tunisia has as yet not joined the International Criminal Court.
Right information report based on US Departments Reports, and Amnesty International and many local human rights activists is that implementation of declaration on many articles is mere formality and administration human rights record remained poor although there were improvements.  Human rights of child for education and human rights of women for dignity as given in declaration of human rights are repeatedly violated by police administration itself .Child human rights, Disability human rights, Housing human rights, employment human rights, Refugee human rights, Reproductive Rights, Trafficking human rights are repeatedly being violated and there is no check over it, by administration and adequate redresses system is not available. Domestic media and local human rights activists Right information report available online is that that police use of excessive force resulted in killings.
Right information report is that  US Departments report: Violation of human rights including abuse of detainees; harsh prison conditions; corruption; official impunity; arbitrary arrest and detention; prolonged pretrial detention; interference with privacy rights and restrictions on freedom of the press, assembly, and association. Other abuses of human rights included female genital mutilation , discrimination on the basis of ethnicity and nationality, and restrictions on unions.

 Abuse issues - right to information Reports on Human Rights in Algeria
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Free Human rights  program online information report is designed to guide the children of their rights to play, rights  to be properly dressed, rights at the basic information report, rights basic health care and food. Human rights program online information report  is designed to guide you, you human rights to freedom from abuse and torture . Human rights  program online information report  is designed to guide you, you human rights to gender equality and racial equality, human rights have a family, human rights to have a home and its right availability information report, human rights to a nationality, human rights to go wherever you like , human rights to have information report etc. Online human rights to promote information report act: Promoting human rights and provides information report on issues of human rights of the man of the Tunisia in Africa. Right information report of declaration of human rights: Right information report of Organization of African Unity: Right information report of Human Rights Conventions : Right information report of Optional Protocols for these Conventions: Right information report to invoke their human rights etc. Tunisia people have right to have right information report of court of human rights ,list of human rights ,repeated violation of human rights ,history of human rights

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