La face cachée des sociétés civiles au Maghreb
Emmanuel Matteudi, Fatima Chahid-lapeze and Martin Pericard
Prefaces by Tahar Ben Jelloun and Benjamin Stora
Éditions de l’Aube, 2020
[Published in French]

Publisher’s note

The world is perpetually being shaken up by the rise of civil societies revolting against injustice, power, and ways of governing, but also in favour of increased freedoms, democracy, and greater consideration for our planet. The authors invite us to revisit the uprisings in Tunisia, Morocco, and more recently in Algeria, observing and calling into question the “hidden” faces of citizen expression.

Translated from the French by Juliet Powys

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