After 6 years of working, we have achieved a large part of our goals and have been able to collect ideas and beliefs that others thought were impossible. We created a new form of dialogue and held the first meeting on religious freedom within a church in Tunisia and the Arab world and the first round table for Tunisians of different faiths and faiths (Muslim imams, Christians, Jews, Baha’is, professors from Zaytouna University, Ibadites, Shiites and non-believers). The meeting was a great opportunity to break stereotypes, especially about Tunisians of Muslim origin who converted to another religion, which then paved the way for the creation of focus groups for interfaith dialogue. On the other hand, we were pleased with the participation of speakers from Egypt, Canada, Britain, Italy, and Tunisia, on various topics mainly related to «religious freedom, religious and cultural diversity, pluralism, women, journalism, racial discrimination, immigration, democracy, human rights and citizenship..etc». As a result of the continuous work, an annual report on religious freedom in Tunisia was issued in 2020, which is the first of its kind in Tunisia and the Arab world in terms of form and content which was prepared by the Religious Freedom Committee of Attalaki. The report discussed the issue of religious freedom and the status of religious minorities in a fundamental sense, both legally and socially. The report was covered in more than 50 national and international websites in many languages.
He is a human rights activist and public speaker, born in 1989 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.
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