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About Aya Chebbi

Aya Chebbi is an award winning Tunisian blogger, women's rights advocate and peace activist. Follow her on Twitter here.

Articles by Aya Chebbi

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Constitutional conventions: best practice

The life of an American freelancer in the Middle East

There is an urgent need to change the narrative of the region and shift focus from bloodshed, terrorism, religious, sectarian and tribal threats to more in-depth coverage on the ground.

Forever a refugee: A "Syrian-Palestinian" in search of identity

Millions have been displaced since the uprising in Syria kicked off three years ago. This is the story of Salim, a Palestinian from Syria, who no longer identifies himself as a citizen of any particular place.

The return of oppression in Tunisia

The world has been applauding Tunisia for its new progressive constitution and a new caretaker government of technocrats who are running the country until elections later this year. But do we have to accept ex-Ben Ali officials back into politics while the generation of change is being imprisoned? 

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