Yosr Jouini

Yosr Jouini

A software engineering student; a Tunisian civil society member & an occasional blogger. Besides of my computer sciences' passion, I've always been involved in volunteering work. I am interested in two main fields: transparency and Internet governance. My work focuses on bringing ICTs positive impact on society. I'm also an I Watch Tunisia member and Hivos’ Internet Governance in the MENA Region (IGMENA) program fellow. Currently, I'm an intern on voices of youth- UNICEF platform.

20 July 2015

Complaining about expensive prices and bad services is definitely the most repeated talk anyone would hear in Tunisia and the internet is no longer excluded. In fact, internet is not only a tool to gather people for a cause, organize boycott campaigns or even protests. Internet and more precisely slow internet and its cost became the subject of the protest today.