Emna Mizouni is originally a Digital and Communications Specialist. She is the Founder of the Carthagina organisation; working on documenting Tunisian History and Heritage for future generation. Emna is also the Founder of Digital Citizenship, a consultancy for women and girls’ digital inclusion and the spread of digital literacy across Tunisia. She is an advocate for Open Culture and Open Knowledge, a community leader in the Wikimedia Movement globally with a specific focus on the Tunisian, Arab and African communities. Mizouni was awarded Wikimedian of the Year 2019. She is a member of several international entities focusing on Human Rights and Technology.
Zeineb Takouti has a Master's degree in Marketing, specialized in Distribution and Trade Negotiation from the High School of Commerce in Tunis. She is the Co-founder and Secretary-General of Carthagina. Zeineb works to spread knowledge by joining the movement of Wikimedia as a member of Wikimedia Tunisia User Group since 2014. She was Wikipedian in residence in the Diocesan Library of Tunis and Galleries, Libraries, Archives & Museums' Project Manager in Tunisia working to change views toward national heritage in Tunisia and raise awareness of its value using the new media tools and organizing international cultural competitions in Tunisia such as wiki loves monuments and wiki loves Africa. Zeineb was the chief coordinator of the WikiIndaba 2018 conference in Tunisia. Alongside with Emna Mizouni, Zeineb co-founded Digital Citizenship to advance the work on Digital literacy in Tunisia.
A programmes' support unit, to our ongoing activities and programmes, is dealing with logistics and different technical support and work needs.
Haifa Takouti is a Tunisian Visual Artist, matriculated from the Higher Institute of Fine Arts of Tunis. She participated in several workshops, exhibitions and festivals in Tunisia and other countries across Africa, Europe and the Middle-East. She hosted her own exhibitions in Tunisia and Egypt.
She also occasionally occupies some advisory positions and is an Artistic Coordinator with the private sector and many Arts festivals.
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Karama is a network of civil society groups and activists in 13 countries in Africa and the Arab region. Karama provides an international platform for women to share skills and knowledge, and be part of a regional movement.
From the beginning, BlueFish has been our financial and logistical partner.
SNJT - "Syndicat des Journalistes Tunisiens" is a strategic partner to Digital Citizenship with whom we delievered many workshops and meetings for journalists' capacity building.
We partnered with ICFJ to deliver the Facebook for Journalism workshops in Tunis.
PIN supported us to host "She Speaks" conference in 2019.