Nada Mrabet

Nada Mrabet

Nada Mrabet is a polyglot young Tunisian activist striving for gender equality. Blogger, freelance journalist and former editor at The Tunis Times. MA researcher working on "Media coverage of Feminist Activism in Tunisia". Initiator and co-founder of "Active Students" club, helping female students to become active citizens and to participate in public life.

22 نوفمبر 2015

يتساءل المرء كيف لنصف مجتمع بأكمله أن يعامل مثل الأقلية وليس أي نوع من الأقلية مثل الطبقة الراقية من المجتمع من أصحاب المال أو السلطة. بل تلك الأقلية التي لا جاه ولا قوة لها. تماماً مثل المثليين جنسياً أو اللادينيين أو الأشخاص ذوي الإعاقة.

17 October 2015

On October 9, 2015, the Nobel Prize Committee announced the Tunisian Quartet as the winner of the Nobel Peace Prize and the associated award, the equivalent of 972 thousand US dollars. The Quartet will receive the prize in the Norwegian capital of Oslo on December 10, 2015.

07 October 2015

Every time I attend what seems to be a sophisticated intellectual social event and mention unresolved women issues and the need for a feminist revolution in Tunisia, it backfires on me with what I view as inconsiderate prejudices. Some educated members of civil society think that what Tunisian women have accomplished today is more than enough and that demanding any more rights might lead to turning women into better citizens than men. If this is the case with educated individuals, imagine how it is with those in remote and marginalized areas.