This is a series of pictures taken from different hidden parts of an Arab girl’s diary. Most women I have known in my country are having two or even three parallel lives so that they can satisfy their family and the society's expectation and then a "clandestino" life where a woman can think about herself … Continue reading Clandestine Attitudes by Rima, Tunisia.
I really loved this exercise because I enjoy photography so much. Let me begin but guessing what your first reaction would be after seeing these pictures. You are probably going to say: " Well, she didn't take pictures of women, children or taxi drivers..." Indeed, I didn't. I have taken pictures of landscapes, because I want to … Continue reading Deserted Landscapes by Sandra, Tunisia.
The ancient side of Tunisia As everyone knows Tunisia is situated in the north of Africa which has made it in constant contact with other civilizations like Arabic, European, Berber and more. Thanks to this diversity, our culture and traditions are a mix of the basics of Arabs and the modernity of Europeans. While having … Continue reading A Walk in Tunisia by Mohamed Omar Attaaoui, Tunisia
Note: This is not a generalization, nor it is a hate letter.. This is a reflection on a reality, a reality that we cannot deny. The issue I want to talk about today happens everyday in our world. It’s not just ’in my city’ nor ’in my country’... Oh no, it is universal. In the … Continue reading Bravo, you work like a man! by Kaoutar Chahbane, Morocco
I am Haneen from Gaza, I am only 27 years old and I have a masters degree in empowerment. Currently, I am a work communication officer in one of the most important international organizations in my country. Thankfully, I have a great family who supports me and gives me my whole rights as women.I want … Continue reading Second class citizen by Haneen Attallah, Gaza, Palestine