Tunisian Paths

A Fragile Transition

Five years after the Tunisian revolution, I took a trip into the country, crossing a complexity of individual stories which wind through the claim of economic and social rights, the inability to leave or to legitimize their own stay without suffering discrimination and the desire to release themselves from conditions of marginalization and stigmatization. Disillusion and bewilderment still mark the path of the most vulnerable population groups and in particular the young generation; for some it is a random wandering, for others an awareness walk, all united by an obstinate and disenchanted desire for freedom.