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The Rob Kall Bottom Up Radio Show Podcast

Tunisian Revolutionary Houeida Anouar

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Houeida ANOUAR

Houeida Anouar ( @Houeida )  is a free agent who has been involved in freedom of expression and human rights campaigns in Tunisia since the year 2000. She worked with different collaborators on projects revolving around Advocacy and Citizen Journalism:, Social Innovation and Social Change : (Global direct volunteer network to reduce the poverty gap in urban areas), Citizen Participation in building a stronger civil society (matching citizen projects and ideas with skilled volunteers) and lately a program called Afkar Mosteqella (Independent Ideas) to help the independent candidates for the forthcoming assembly constituent elections in Tunisia on three levels: Communication, Online interaction and Community organizing. Houeida is passionate about projects related to Open Governance, Transparency and Democracy/Participation platforms. 

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I wish Hoeida would come to Bangladesh to experien... by Iftekhar Sayeed on Thursday, Jun 9, 2011 at 5:29:54 PM