Breaking the Barriers to Youth Inclusion provides a comprehensive analysis of the social, economic, political, and cultural barriers that young Tunisians continue to face. The report combines survey results, extensive qualitative research, direct consultations with young people, service providers and policymakers to identify the root causes for the persistent and widespread levels of youth inactivity and exclusion. This analysis is complemented by a review of successful youth employment programs, resulting in a series of targeted proposals for new youth-specific policies and approaches for Tunisia. Chapter One: Introduction Offers an analysis of the multiple factors that contribute to youth exclusion and provides a framework for assessing both the barriers and opportunities for youth Inclusion. It highlights the importance of active youth participation beyond inclusive labor market policies for reducing existing barriers.
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TUNIS - Tunisian authorities are raising the alarm about an online self-harm game that continues to claim victims in the Maghreb. The game has been linked to more than suicides around the world since In Algeria, at least four teens have killed themselves while playing the game and experts warn the effect could be far-reaching. In February, a year-old girl was found dead by her younger brother. Hospitals reportedly treated others who injured themselves playing the game, including a 9-year old boy who drank petrol. In Tunisia, a year-old boy from Zaghouan committed suicide on February Since then, more than ten cases of suicide among children and teenagers were reported, the latest February
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Since gaining independence from France in , the government of Tunisia has focused on developing an education system which produces a solid human capital base that could respond to the changing needs of a developing nation. Sustained structural reform efforts since the early s, prudent macroeconomic policies, and deeper trade integration in the global economy have created an enabling environment for growth. This environment has been conducive to attain positive achievements in the education sector which placed Tunisia ahead of countries with similar income levels, and in a good position to achieve MDGs. Tunisia adopted a phased approach towards Arabization.