After five years of investigating cases of corruption and human rights abuses under former dictator Zine El Abidine Ben Ali, Tunisia's Truth and Dignity Commission is concluding its mandate, though many Tunisians say there is still much more to do.
Tunisian President Beji Caid Essebsi has held private talks with his Rival, Rached Ghannouci, leader of the Ennahda party, after their fallout last summer. Meetings at the Carthage presidential palace and in Doha are said to be part of Qatar-mediated talks.
Women in Tunisia are on the forefront of the country's civil society and activism. Women-led initiatives are now campaigning on behalf of a number of different issues, including gender equality and national security.
In 2014 Tunisia set up the "Truth and Dignity Commission" (IVD) which has the mandate to investigate human rights violations between 1957-2014. The first court case concerns forced disappearance of Kamel Matmati, who was arrested in 1991.