Artists Network – Spark

“My teamwork was very helpful, the 33 members are the future leaders, dedicated and committed to rise up Tunisia. This is only the start and we are willing to enlarge this network to reach all the young leaders and the social activists all around the country. I owe my success to them, AIC, because of their patience and assistance.” 

 Soumaya Boughanmi , a 25 years old English teacher and a social activist, achieved the first stage successfully by producing a play called “ Auction for sale” that gathered 33 young volunteer .The artists network ‘ Spark’ produced a play that was transmitting a message about citizenship and how urgent is the need for a balanced free democratic Tunisia. More than 350 people attended the show and they got back home with bookmarks on which human rights slogans are written.


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