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Published 16 December To get over their ordeal, they started an online forum called "Chaml" - which means coming together. See details. But many women in this country are reluctant to talk about their suffering because they feel ashamed.

One woman agreed to be interviewed on the condition that her identity was not revealed. The more you wait, the worse it will get. The women vanishing without a trace.

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But it might take amsrican before it succeeds in changing the mentality of a male-dominated society. Nearly 60 years ago, the Personal Status Code granted Tunisian women far more rights than any other Arab women. Published 19 May A friend is going to Tunisia to marry a guy she met on the internet cultural difference between N African males and N American women?

But the BBC's Sally Nabil tunisiaan from the capital, Tunis, that five years on, life could be getting worse for one group - women. Some women are wearing mini-skirts and tight jeans, while others are fully covered with hecarves and long dresses.

Ms Amrawy said she advises victims of violence to walk away immediately. Now divorced, she says she never wants to get married again.

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Published 5 December In a small cafe in Tunis, two girls in their late twenties shared their stories as victims of physical violence. This diversity is rarely seen in other parts of the Arab world. Walking away. Her colleague Amal Amrawy said she feels grateful to Chaml. Published 18 November BBC Women Amn all corners of the world.

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Tunisia's revolution is seen by some as the only success story of the Arab Spring. It cuts across different social classes and educational levels. Five years after the Tunisian revolution, human rights group Amnesty International says there are few s to amegican that things have improved for women.

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But some women have managed to break this continuous cycle of abuse and decided to turn their personal tragedies to help others in similar situations. Violence against women in Tunisia is not restricted to the poor.

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She said she never reported her husband's abuse to the police because she did not want to cause any trouble for her children. Breaking the cycle.

More on this story. Michelle and Hamma at their tunisiaj. Both were beaten up first by their fathers and then by their boyfriends. The most recent government study, fromsays that nearly half of Tunisian women are subjected singapore prostitutes various kinds of gender-based violence, being either physically, sexually or verbally abused.

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“I'd heard horror stories about young Tunisian men scamming older British women for money before. Published 13 September Published 27 November For example, it banned polygamy, and set a minimum legal marriage age.

Related Topics. Published 3 June Viewpoint: Islam womzn feminism? Even though Tunisia has the most progressive laws on women's rights in the region and always tynisian an example for other Arab countries, patriarchal values still persist here. This is why they accept to stay with a man who mistreats them. Her family tried to convince her to stay with him because she had no other form of support but she refused and left him.

The girl who said 'no' to marriage. Domestic violence is reportedly the most common form of abuse.

They said that sharing their painful experiences has encouraged other abused women to speak. This is why they accept to stay with a man who mistreats them." Breaking the cycle.

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Avenue Habib Bourguiba, the main shopping street in central Tunis, is quite an eclectic scene. Tunisia has been relatively successful in its transition to democracy, at least when compared to other countries of the so-called Arab Spring. The stories behind three different murders. Published 19 February InTunisia passed a new constitution which guaranteed full gender equality.

americwn Violence against women in Tunisia is not restricted to the poor. She is a conservative woman from a lower middle-class family whose husband routinely beat her during the last two years of their marriage. But government officials now admit that laws are not enough.

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