Safa Belghith is an International Relations graduate from the University of Tunis El Manar. She is a freelance researcher, with a focus on Tunisian politics, women’s rights and media reform.
Tunisia: Ben Ali left without facing justice
The dangerous narrative, where the former dictator becomes a victim needs to be urgently challenged.
Transitional justice in Tunisia: the truth behind the trials
Justice for the victims of the Bourguiba and Ben Ali regimes is bigger than the individuals or their families
The story of Saida Manoubiya: A Tunisian feminist icon
By calling for women's education and freedom, Saida Manoubiya was truly a feminist ahead of her time. العربية
Published in: Homeتونس: النسوية الانتقائية وتهميش كِفاحات النساء
حان الوقت للتصدّي لنهج الدولة التقليدي في استخدام حقوق النساء كأداة لتحقيق أغراض سياسية. English
Tunisia: selective feminism and the marginalization of women’s struggles
It's time to challenge the state's continued tradition of instrumentalizing women’s rights for its own political...
Published in: HomeLeagues for the Protection of the Tunisian Revolution
Civil society in Tunisia is embroiled in a struggle for political power now raging in the transitional period which...