tunisia is not safe

Our second-year master’s student in Migration Studies has pubblished an article about refugees rights in Tunisia

Weslety Souhayel, a second-year masters student in Migration Studies: Governance, Policies and Cultures, within Migrants Project, has been published an interesting article, together with other scholars, about recents events in Tunisia concerning refugee rights, the rolling back of international human rights law and the practices of solidarity and protests that have risen up in response.
Weslety, apart from the MA within the project, is also involved in other study and research programs related to political science, democracy and migration, mainly with the German Foundation Friedrich Ebert, and have been working since November 2022 as a project assistant on ‘Traces of Mobility‘ which investigates migration, human rights and cultural heritage.
At this websiste you will find the article and at the top of the page, you can see a short bio of Wesley – where he mentions the Migrants Project – to corroborate his contributions to this particular piece.

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