One of the main pillars of Mobdiun’s work is academic research that supports our approach and informs our program design and implementation. Mobdiun started its activity by conducting a sociological study called “Being a Teenager in Kram Ouest, 7 years after the Revolution of January 14, 2011 in Tunisia“ with 475 adolescents from Kram Ouest, a disenfranchised neighborhood of the capital Tunis and two of its neighboring better-off areas.
The study is an exploratory needs assessment listing the teenagers’ vulnerabilities and barriers to inclusion. It analyzes their resilience factors towards violence and radicalization, at the individual, family, and community levels. It concludes offering a series of hands-on recommendations addressing governments, private sector, and civil society organizations in order to prevent violent extremism and provide the right conditions for youth fulfillment in working-class neighborhoods affected with in Tunisia.
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