Maaike Voorhoeve specializes in the socio-legal study of the 'Arab uprisings', focusing on Tunisia. She completed a PhD on Tunisian judicial practices at the University of Amsterdam, followed by a post doc at Harvard Law School. She is currently a fellow at the Forum Transregionale Studien in Berlin. Maaike's interests include constitutionalism, transitional justice, gender and sexuality.
Published in: North Africa, West AsiaWomen’s rights in the new Tunisian constitution
The constitution was voted in during a period when belief in the status quo changing had lost all traction. Due to...