Tunis Conferences: Highlights of the roundtable “Between Salafism, sectarianism and violence: the new faces of radicalism”

On 3rd and 4th of July 2017, the International Panel on Exiting Violence (IPEV) gathered in Tunis for a symposium including conferences and roundtables about five of the research topics of the panel’s working groups. The symposium was organised in partnership with the Institute of contemporary Maghreb Research (Institut de Recherche sur le Maghreb contemporain, IRMC), the Tunisian Institute of Strategic Studies (Institut Tunisien des Etudes Stratégiques, ITES), and the United States Institute of Peace (USIP).

This short video highlights some parts of the roundtable “Between Salafism, sectarianism and violence: the new faces of radicalism“, in which participated Dominique Thomas and Fabio Merone (who are both IPEV members), along with Rafaa Tabib (urbanist, anthropologist at the University of Manouba, Tunisia), Fathi Rekik (School of Human Sciences of Sfax, Tunisia), Muhammad Fraser-Rahim (Executive Director, North America at Quilliam International, London).