In cooperation with the Center of Legal and Judicial Studies, Kawakibi Democracy Transition Center has organized a study day entitled “Jurisprudence and its Role in Protecting Rights and Duties” on June 20, 2019 at the Golden Tulip-Hotel Tunis.
The conference was attended by Ms. Rawdha Samoudi, representative of the Center of Legal and Judicial Studies, Mr. Abdallah Hleli, First Honorary President of the Court of Cassation, Mr. Yassine Ammar Kadhi, Researcher in the Center of Legal and Judicial Studies, Ms. Samia Daoula, Head of Publication Cell at the Center of Legal and Judicial Studies, Ms. Faten Sabai and Mr. Taha Chebbi, Mr. Issam Lahmar, Head of Criminology Cell, Ms. Samar Jaidi, Judge Researcher at the Center of Legal and Judicial Studies, Ms. Malika Mzari, President of the District Court in Tunis and President of the Judicial Council, and Mr. Amine Ghali, Director of Kawakibi democracy Transition Center.
More than 50 participants, including judges, law researchers, students, civil society representatives and international organizations have attended the study day. It represented an opportunity to demonstrate the Tunisian jurisprudence of rights such as the right to human dignity, the right to gender equality, the protection of victims of human beings trafficking. In addition, there was a stress on the role of jurisprudence in promoting rights such as the right to inheritance for women, and in enhancing the best principles for the best of the child.
The interventions included a discussion between the present participants, a recitation of the final report and recommendations, and a ceremony in honor of a group of prominent writers in the procession of the Journal of the Judiciary and Legislation.