Who are we?
On 27 October 2016, 28 January 2017 and 24-25 February 2017, we announce our involvement in the Network of Civil Activists against Violent Extremism, by endorsing the decision to sign the Code of Honor of the Network, as follows:
First: Setting standards by which the work of all constituents of the network is organized.
Second: This Charter is a guiding guide and a moral and ethical commitment through which the programs and activities of the Network and its employees are organized, in order to serve its objectives and principles as stipulated in the founding paper.
Third: The network works to achieve its objectives by adopting three mechanisms:
- National research
- Development of preventive and speech work
- Follow-up and monitoring
- These moral obligations are based on the following rules
As part of the series of civil mediation training workshops organized by the Applied Social Sciences Forum within the framework of MEDIATE project, the Forum organized the fourth training on civil mediation on 27 [...]
In the framework of spreading awareness and combating violent extremism and in seeking to spread the culture of tolerance and prevention of terrorism, playwright Raouf Ben Yaghlane presented the final performance of his play [...]
CAFA Network Statement on the assault on Dr Kandeel – the Secretary-General of “Mominoun (Believers) Without Borders”
Following the assault on the Secretary-General of “Mominoun (Believers) Without Borders” Dr. Younis Qandil by a group of extremists, CAFA Network informs the public opinion and the international community that. - It strongly condemns [...]
The journey of Faisal, a Tunisian returning from Syria: Between the idea of jihad and disappointments…
Faisal, a Tunisian returning from hotbeds of extremism, spent more than a year and a half in Syria. He was a prominent official in one of these rival Takfiri groups. Faisal gave his testimony [...]
The signing of the Partnership and Cooperation Agreement between CAFA Network (represented by The Applied Social Science Forum) and the Ministry of Education
On Wednesday, August 8, 2018, a cooperation agreement was concluded between CAFA Network and the Ministry of Education. Minister of Education H.E. Mr. Hatem Ben Salem, Mr. Abdelwahab Ben Hafaiedh, President of the Applied Social Sciences Forum, [...]
The Tunisian League for Citizenship organized the third training session on July 21- 22 at the headquarters of the Centre for Democracy, Citizenship and Development in Sidi Rzig, Ben Arous, within the framework of [...]
CAFA statement on violent incitement against members of the Committee on Individual Liberties and Equality
Tunisia has witnessed recently a bitter controversy over the report of the Committee on Individual Liberties and Equality... Since controversy is a healthy phenomenon, it has to be valued and considered a natural and positive situation [...]
CAFA delegation Constantin of Secretary General Mrs. Samia Daoula (Secretary General), Mr. Abdelwahab Ben Hafaiedh (President of the Applied Social Sciences Forum), and Mr. Alabandine Al-Jourchi (member of CAFA Executive Board) visited the Community [...]
Voices of dozens of mu'adhdhins are united, calling to prayer from the centre of the ancient music institute “Rashidiya” in the ancient city of Tunisia, which is hosting for the first time a training [...]
The Tunisian Centre for Global Security Studies (a founding member of CAFA network) and with the support of the Hanns Seidel Foundation organized a scientific symposium entitled "Cybercrime: Threats and Challenges" on Saturday 24 February [...]