A Tunisian civil society organization. It works to document and preserve the national history and heritage and promote them worldwide using new technologies.
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Name: CARTHAGINA ASSOCIATION
Account number: 10109062110056178883
IBAN: TN59 10109062110056178883
Digital Citizenship operates for digital literacy, journalism, women and girls leadership, empowerment and civic engagement in Tunisia and the Arab world.
Digital Citizenship is part of many digital and tech coalitions, provides consultations and conducts researches.
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Access Now defends and extends the digital rights of users at risk around the world through its helpline, policy, legal and advocacy, grants and the most known Human Rights conference RightsCon.
Emna is an active contributor in the global movement and especially the African one. She have co-organised several editions of Wiki Loves Monuments and Wiki Loves Africa in Tunisia. In 2015, she was among the organising team of the first edition of WikiArabia held in Monastir, Tunisia then volunteered in WikiArabia 2017 Cairo and 2019 Marrakesh.
She has attended several Wiki Conferences and Wikimanias. In 2018, she co-chaired the program committee of Wikimania Cape Town and in Wikimania Stockholm 2019, she was awarded the Wikimedia of the Year 2019 by the founder of Wikipedia Jimmy Wales.
With "Whose Knowledge?", Emna conducted a research on the state of languages online entitled "Decolonize the Internet's Languages".
Emna offers communications consultancy services to the British Council in Tunisia and mainly their national programme "Teaching for Success, Tunisia".
If you're interested in working with Emna, get in touch to explore the areas of collaboration, coaching, meeting facilitation, etc...