Observatoire Tunisien de l'Economie

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L'Observatoire Tunisien de l'Economie (OTE) est issu de l’initiative en 2012 d’un groupe de chercheurs, analystes et activistes s’intéressant aux politiques publiques tunisiennes, à la suite du déclenchement du processus révolutionnaire en Tunisie. L’OTE s’est à l’origine organisé en tant que « watchdog » des activités des Institutions Financières Internationales (IFIs).

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FMI: Impact of Tunisia’s Currency Devaluation

Former Finance Minister Ali Kooli recently said that "things will improve in Tunisia because this government has decided to act," and that "some of these actions are not easy to take" but will ev...
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Webinar: Exploring economic and fiscal constraints and possibilities

On 8 February at 12pm GMT, the Inclusive Social Security Policy Forum (ISSPF) in the MENA region is holding the webinar ‘Inclusive social security: exploring economic and fiscal constraints and possibilities’. Hosted by Development Pathways, this webinar will strengthen knowledge on inclusive social security, specifically targeted at the MENA region.

Our panel discussion, followed by Q&A, will focus on International Financial Institutions’ (IFIs) influence on inclusive social security in the region, the impact of inclusive social security impact on growth and building fiscal space for inclusive social security.

The webinar will be conducted in English and Arabic. To register for this free event, visit Eventbrite.

We are pleased to welcome experts with a wealth of knowledge to our panel for this event:


Chafik Ben Rouine, Co-Founder and President, Tunisian Observatory of Economy

Anh Tran, Social Policy Specialist, Development Pathways

Salma Hussein, Regional Research Manager, Friedrich Ebert Stiftung (FES) MENA.