Rothna Begum

Human Rights Watch

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Rothna Begum is a women's rights researcher for the Middle East and North Africa region for Human Rights Watch.

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A Tunisian woman holds up a flag during a march to celebrate International Women's Day in Tunis March 8, 2014 Photo by Zoubeir Souissi/Reuters 
 Tunisia has been a pioneer for women's…

Landmark Tunisian law aims to protect women from violence

A Tunisian woman holds up a flag during a march to celebrate International Women's Day in Tunis March 8, 2014 Photo by Zoubeir Souissi/Reuters Tunisia has been a pioneer for women's…

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