Intersection Association for Rights and Freedoms

Human rights, Rule of law, and Democracy for all

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Intersection Association for Rights and Freedoms

Intersection Association for Rights and Freedoms (IARF) is an independent human rights and research NGO based in Tunisia and it is founded in 2020. It seeks to contribute to strengthening both the concept and practice of freedom, democracy, and human rights in Arab countries. It is through evidence-based research, fieldwork, documentation, and reporting that Intersection Association aims at developing public policy, legislation, and practices that are in line with international conventions and treaties on human rights and democratic governance.

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Our vision

An Arab world whose societies are inclusive, tolerant and democratic and whose residents’ rights and freedoms are universally guaranteed. And technology contributes to the application of human rights principles.

Our mission

Empowering citizens to realize and safeguard their rights and freedoms. Researching societal, cultural and political trends linked to the current state of human rights and democracy. Putting forward effective policy alternatives and recommendations to advance good governance and human rights protection. Initiating and contributing to actionable endeavors to advance the concept and practice of freedom, democracy and human rights.

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One year on since he was held in pretrial detention: Human rights organizations call for the release of academic Ahmed al-Tohamy

One year on since he was held in pretrial detention: Human rights organizations call for the release of academic Ahmed al-Tohamy

The undersigned organizations call on the Egyptian authorities to release Ahmed al-Tohamy Abdel-Hay, an assistant professor of political science at the Faculty of Economic Studies

Egyptian human rights organizations condemn Referring researcher Ahmed Samir Santawy to the Emergency Supreme State Security Court and demand his unconditional release

Egyptian human rights organizations condemn Referring researcher Ahmed Samir Santawy to the Emergency Supreme State Security Court and demand his unconditional release

June 1, 2021 The undersigned organizations condemn the referral of researcher Ahmed Samir Santawy, a master’s student at the Central European University in Austria (CEU),

Human rights organizations call on Egyptian authorities to stop trials of TikTok content creators and to guarantee freedom of expression

Human rights organizations call on Egyptian authorities to stop trials of TikTok content creators and to guarantee freedom of expression

  Human rights organizations call on Egyptian authorities to stop trials of TikTok content creators and to guarantee freedom of expression 18 May 2021 The

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