To address comments or complaints, please Contact us. Other members of the Enti Essout project team included: He laments that this has not happened yet. The first campaign was most successful and mobilized large numbers of Tunisians to register to vote. The intent is to persuade today’s Tunisiennes to use their votes. The other two provided information on special voting centres for those who failed to register on time and motivated people to go out and vote. Today, a year after the ousting of former President Zine El Abddine Ben Ali, the celebratory hit song is still being broadcast on radio stations across the country.
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Tunisia: Music Video ‘Enti Essout’ (You Are the Voice) a Major Hit –
The game also included information on the electoral process, including election procedures, and the importance of a large voter turnout if the results are to be accepted by Tunisians. In fact, out of the 4. To encourage turnout and engagement with the first ever free elections in Tunisia, the United Nations Development Programme sponsored the recording of Enti Essout You are the Voice, or, more idiomatically, “It’s Your Call”. Game players learned about the democratic system, the role and tasks of the National Constituent Assembly and the institutional framework for elections.
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The second, and esslut that has understandably gone viral, shows shocked residents of a Tunis suburb reacting to the appearance of a new poster naturally, there are lots of posters in Tunis at the moment. Philippa Neave and Laurence Touitou were behind the idea of the project. The huge turnout in the 23 October elections was a credit, first and foremost, to the will of the Tunisian people, who seem to ebti resolved to allow nothing to stop their voices from being heard.
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Reflecting on the changes in essouf career since the revolution, Bendir Man said the major difference now is being able to perform live concerts: Think of a it as a sort of electoral version of Band Aid. Like Al Arounony, many young voters were exercising their right to vote for the first time in their lives.
They were not helpful for my career,” said Bendir Man. It encouraged Tunisian youth to play an active part in the construction of a new Tunisia. The other two provided information on special voting centres for those who failed to register on time and motivated people to go out and vote. UNDP also helped the Authority to develop a step-by-step training video on elections procedures for its staff, which was then adapted into an informative TV spot for the general public. With the game and the song, we wanted to make elections fun, an event to be celebrated and enjoyed.
Sumaya Al Arounony, a second year student of informatics from the coastal town of Ben Arous in Tunisia, had never voted before. In its first week, the Enti Essout song was downloadedtimes and ran extensively on all radio and TV video clip channels in Tunisia. To address comments or complaints, please Contact us. The Assembly has been pushed to prepare a new Constitution for Tunisia, act as interim Parliament and nominate an interim Government to rule essoyt new elections are held under the new Constitution.
My people, you are the voice! After stunned and angry responses from bypassers, essojt poster is torn down to reveal another: The first campaign was most successful and mobilized large numbers of Tunisians to register to vote. She was also a candidate and, at 22, one of the youngest on the list.
AllAfrica is a voice of, by and about Africa – aggregating, producing and distributing news and information items daily from over African news organizations and our own reporters to an African and global public. The first features an imposing Tunisian woman, to a rising swell of operatic music, extolling the virtues of great Tunisian women of the past, starting with Elissa, the legendary founding queen of Carthage.
Today, a year after the ousting of former President Zine El Abddine Ben Ali, the celebratory hit song is still being broadcast on radio stations across the country. AllAfrica publishes around reports a day from more than news organizations and over other institutions and individualsrepresenting a diversity of positions on every topic.
Less catchy, but possibly more arresting, are two videos created by Engagement Citoyena not-for-profit organisation founded by five Tunisians, mostly marketing professionals.
The intent is to persuade today’s Tunisiennes to use their votes. We publish news and views ranging from vigorous opponents of governments to government publications and spokespersons.
Tunisia’s ‘get the vote out’ campaigns use songs and scare tactics
In the chorus of the song, the group sang with one voice, “They will not prevail, even if they build walls. This effort included support on three consecutive entu comprehensive campaigns that, despite severe time pressures, reached the wide population through television, radio, newspaper ads, billboards and face-to-face communication. The performer believes that young talents need more financing, and that there should be more music labels in Tunisia willing to invest in them.
Enri song is a collaboration between a diverse group of Tunisian musicians, from folk singers to rap artists, distributed for free on CD and available for download free from the internet.