Tunisia signs, and later ratifies, the Palermo Protocol on Trafficking in Persons. The country commits to taking measures against transnational organized crime.
Tunisia adopts the National Action Plan to Combat Child Labour in Tunisia. The country adopts Law 2016-61 on the Prevention and Fight against Trafficking in Persons, which leads to the creation of the National Authority against Trafficking in Persons. The Ministry of Justice and IOM launch the first National Campaign against Trafficking in Persons in Tunisia, #Pas à vendre (#Not for sale).
Tunisia launches the National Strategy to Combat Trafficking in Persons and the National Action Plan against Trafficking in Persons.
At the level of the two pilot regions, Sfax and Jendouba, mechanisms for the exchange of information and good practices between the focal points representing the various intervening public structures have been set up. This has been consolidated with the creation of an intervention guide on child labour which will enable users to have a conceptual framework in order to coordinate research and the collection of information on child labour at the local and regional levels.
Regional and local focal points have been set up (180 focal points) representing the various bodies involved in the fight against child labour. Creation of a directory of focal points representing the various bodies involved in the fight against child labour.
The Tunisian government has submitted to the ARP (Assembly of People’s Representatives) Convention 129 on labour inspection in the agricultural sector.
Continuation of the security programme for educational establishments and their protection from various assaults. Implementation of programmes to combat poverty, early school leaving and child labour.