• MEDIA BRIEFING: Violence Against Women & Mechanisms

MEDIA BRIEFING: Violence Against Women & Mechanisms

  • August 11th, 2017

On August 11, and on the occasion of National Women’s Day, a workshop on “Violence against Women: Guidance and Counselling Mechanisms” was held at the headquarters of the Tunisian Red Crescent, Zaghouan.
The event was […]

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The main concern of Applied Social Sciences Forum is to help young researchers in the Arab world to bridge the gap between the skills of the social sciences and the labor market and the impact on political discussions and improve the quality of scientific work among new generations of researchers in the context of a new democratic. Through direct applications and its role as a think tank, Forum seeks to solve the social problems of the concrete, to help reform initiatives, and inform public policy, and the impact on legislation and institutions change. In the context of the work plan and through the new competition seeks Arab Research Applied Social Sciences of the Forum to become the source for researchers also seeks to take new steps to support the network and community with each other and with the support of new partners. click here
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