ATTALAKI
NGO

Is an organization founded by a group of Tunisian youth from different religious minorities on January 24th, 2016

About us / Who we are

WE BELIEVE IN

FREEDOM
EQUALITY
CHANGE

OUR MAIN AXES OF WORK

Citizenship & Youth
Inclusion

The path towards achieving real citizenship passes through an educational program, not to be a slogan raised or codified in administrative and procedural systems, but rather it must be an integrated system of rights and duties, pushing towards effective social participation for all members of society in public life in the light of respect for values common where human rights are respected, their dignity is preserved, and their voice is heard without exclusion or discrimination.

Religious Freedom
& Minorities

Although those belonging to religious and non-religious communities are considered de facto Tunisian citizens, most of them feel that they are second-class citizens, as they are excluded from most of their citizenship rights, the most important of which is the feeling that the law protects them and does justice to them, given the repeated cases of violence against them without legal or social deterrence. 

Religious Freedom
& Minorities

Although those belonging to religious and non-religious communities are considered de facto Tunisian citizens, most of them feel that they are second-class citizens, as they are excluded from most of their citizenship rights, the most important of which is the feeling that the law protects them and does justice to them, given the repeated cases of violence against them without legal or social deterrence. 

Interfaith Dialogue
& Building Understandings

The important role of religious leaders in our society, nowadays, lays in strengthening citizenship and its values, fighting radicalization and implanting and consolidating tolerance, pluralism, human rights’ respect and the acceptance of the other. Religious leaders have an important role in Tunisia since they generate thoughts; therefore, they are responsible in diffusing the culture of tolerance, coexistence and the acceptance of the other, discarding terrorism, extremism, chauvinism, violence and hatred in addition to strengthening the principle of respecting others.

Attalaki participates in the work of the UK International Ministerial Conference on Freedom of Religion or Belief.

Attalaki participates in a side event, on the fringe of the UK-hosted Ministerial Conference on Freedom of Religion or Belief

Attalaki receives the second political secretary at the British Embassy in Tunisia.

The signing of the first charter between the various religious groups in Tunisia

Heritage and terrorism, any responsibility?

Religion and gender inequality: The status of women in the societies of world religions

Attalaki’s participation in Interfaith Short Film Festival & Conference

The president of Attalaki’s meeting with the Minister of Religious Affairs Mr. Ahmed Adhoum

Attalaki hosts a meeting of a group of religious leaders

Is political Islam alien to Tunisian culture?

Coexistence in lights of Religious Pluralism

Attalaki met with the United Nations Resident Coordinator in Tunisia

Attalaki’s participation in the United Nations 14th session of the Forum on Minority

Attalaki met with Minister Counselor from the Norwegian Embassy in Algeria

The closed doors of Tunis Cathedral

Religious groups in times of COVID-19.

Attalaki participated in a consultation on the Freedom of Thought Report with the UN special rapporteur, Dr. Ahmed Shaheed.

Attalaki met with the European Union delegation in Tunisia

The role of Cultural Diversity in Development

Tunisia: Freedom of consciousness and religion’s subjection to the state.

MEET OUR
TEAM

Rashed Massoud Hafnaoui ​

President & Co-Founder

Rashed Massoud Hafnaoui

President & Co-Founder

He is a human rights activist and public speaker, born in Tunisia. He has more than 8 years of experience in the field of religious freedom and interfaith dialogue. He studied theology for a while and then devoted himself permanently to defending religious freedom and supporting the persecuted of religious minorities in Tunisia through the Attalaki NGO, which he founded in 2016.

Basma Maria Baccari

General Secretary

Wided Boughanmi

Finance office & Co-Founder

Ghassen Ayari

Public Relations and Partnerships

Mahjoub Daadaa

Executive Director

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    FREEDOM IS THE COMPASS - EQUALITY IS THE GOAL - CHANGE IS THE DESIRE

    Address
    16, Palestine Street
    1st floor, 1002
    Tunis,Tunisia

    Contact us

    Email: contact@attalaki.org

    Phone: +216 52 483 829

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