The Association of Medicine Students and Interns (Associa-Med) focuses on human rights, health and humanitarian issues, outreach activities and equipping medical students with the tools necessary to their future careers and as leaders in society. Members of the Standing Committee on Human Rights and Peace (SCORP) within Associa-Med attended New Tactics in Human Rights’ Strategic Effectiveness Method training and subsequently developed an advocacy campaign focused on protecting endangered children by reinforcing the need for doctors to report abuse cases.
Using the New Tactics Strategic Effectiveness Method, organizations in Tunisia were able to push public transportation executives to agree to make the most popular metro line in Tunis accessible for people with disabilities.
Nawaat, a blog, provides a public platform for Tunisian dissident voices and debates on current events.
Al Bawsala organized debates between elected representatives and citizens during the drafting of the new Tunisian constitution in order to promote dialogue and understanding between these two groups.