Where we work

ICCG has implemented a variety of activities and forged robust partnerships based on mutual trust, collaboration, and respect in different regions across Tunisia.

In Gafsa:
In Mdhila, ICCG has collaborated with SmartGafsa to create the Co-Smart space, a dynamic and youth-friendly environment where various engaging activities are being implemented.
Gafsa: ICCG also collaborated with the “Association de développement Gafsa Sud” to detect and report risky behaviors and vulnerabilities among young people.

In Kairawen:
In Kairawen Medina, ICCG, in collaboration with the Union of Tunisian Women in Kairouan (UNFTK), is working to identify and report risky behaviors and vulnerabilities among young people.
Additionally, together with the « Local Democracy Agency, » we are implementing participatory community activities through media production, including short films. These initiatives aim to enhance collaboration among diverse community actors, such as young people, local authorities, and security forces, to effectively address the risk factors contributing to violent extremism within our communities.

In Hajeb Layoun, In partnership with “Creative pour la Vie”, ICCG has established a cultural space, “The Coin d’Art” that serves as a vibrant center in Kairouan where individuals of all ages, including children and youth, can actively participate in a diverse range of artistic activities.

In Jendouba:
In the city of Jendouba: In partnership with Friguia for Strategies, ICCG has developed a park creating a well-designed and organized space for public enjoyment, offering a thoughtfully planned environment for recreational activities and leisure.
In Fernana, ICCG and JCI Fernana are focusing on implementing participatory community activities through media production, including short films. These initiatives aim to enhance collaboration among diverse community actors, such as young people, local authorities, and security forces, to effectively address the risk factors contributing to violent extremism within our communities.

In Mednine:
In Ben Guerden: The Nos Racines space in Ben Guerdane provides a conducive environment where training sessions and workshops are regularly organized. It serves as a gathering place for women and young females, offering them a dedicated space for socializing and spending quality time, addressing the lack of suitable places for their recreational activities.
In Djerba, ICCG and “Association Festival des îles Méditerranéenne” are implementing participatory community activities through media production, including short films. These initiatives aim to enhance collaboration among diverse community actors, such as young people, local authorities, and security forces, to effectively address the risk factors contributing to violent extremism within our communities.

In Bizerte:
In Bizerte: ICCG also collaborated with the “Association pour le Droit à la Différence” to detect and report risky behaviors and vulnerabilities among young people.
In Ras Jebal ICCG and “Création et Créativité pour le Développement et l’Embauche (CCDE)” implemented cultural activities, such as painting sessions, and witnessed enthusiastic participation from numerous young individuals.
In Metline, ICCG and “Association des médias et des jeunes” are implementing participatory community activities through media production, including short films. These initiatives aim to enhance collaboration among diverse community actors, such as young people, local authorities, and security forces, to effectively address the risk factors contributing to violent extremism within our communities.

In Tunis:
Hay El Khadhra: In partnership with Sport pour Tous Federation, ICCG is adopting an open-for-everyone approach; a community initiative was undertaken to organize public sports activities. The primary goal was to promote inclusivity by ensuring that these activities were accessible to individuals of all backgrounds and abilities.
Douar Hicher: Under the Fayak wa Nfayak project, the 5 youth influencers who were trained to address misinformation are creating their own online and offline awareness campaigns.
Tunis: ICCG and “Theatre Forum” are implementing participatory community activities through media production, including short films. These initiatives aim to enhance collaboration among diverse community actors, such as young people, local authorities, and security forces, to effectively address the risk factors contributing to violent extremism within our communities.
In Sidi Bouzid: Regueb: Under the Fayak wa Nfayak project, the 5 youth influencers who were trained to address misinformation are creating their own online and offline awareness campaigns.

In Sousse:

Nfidha: Under the Fayak wa Nfayak project, the 5 youth influencers who were trained to address misinformation are creating their own online and offline awareness campaigns.