Since the Arab Spring began in Tunisia in late 2010/early 2011, Tunisian civil society has continued to grow and develop. There are innumerable non-governmental organisations working on every issue imaginable, from supporting the rights of female agricultural workers in the interior of the country to advocating for LGBT communities. There are many local development organisations, sports organisations, media outlets and investigative journalism outfits. 

While most work experience opportunities will be unpaid, there are some opportunities that will provide a modest stipend. Libyan civil society actors are also prevalent in Tunis and so there may also be opportunities for engagement with Libyan organisations as well.

If you are keen to find a work or research experience opportunity in Tunisia, get in touch with us so that we can get your CV and discuss options.

 To move ahead with searching for an opportunity for you we will need a non-refundable deposit of 10% of your course fee to be paid. In the unlikely event that you are not satisfied with the opportunities that we propose, we will confirm with you before the course start date about whether you still wish to join your programme.