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Nessryne has years of professional experience in international development, women's rights, youth empowerment and HIV awareness raising and prevention work- she has worked in regular and humanitarian settings in the MENA region. She is a keen twitter user.
RT @AMneina: 'often initially suspicious of foreigners, Libyans have an intrinsically generous culture" @Rana_J01 https://t.co/hD9F6UitKX #…
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On April 23 dozens of Tunisian women gathered in front of the National Assembly in the capital to protest against moves to curtail women's rights and ensure that women enjoy equal representation...
Serena Tramonti, Nessryne Jelalia
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