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The PASC programme in Tunisia has just launched its web platform 2.0, an online space that encourages exchange, reflection and interaction between civil society, experts and public actors. The platform offers discussion forums, a digital library, a co-working space, long-distance training and a social network. The platform aims to find solutions and ideas, and to foster innovation and creativity. Click here to watch the video.

PASC Tunisie vient de lancer sa plateforme web 2.0, un espace en ligne qui encourage l’échange, la réflexion et l’interaction entre la société civile, les experts et les acteurs publics. La plateforme offre des forums de discussion, une bibliothèque numérique, un atelier de travail collaboratif, des formations à distance, et un réseau social. La plateforme vise à trouver des solutions et des idées, et à fournir l’innovation et la créativité. Cliquez ici pour regarder la vidéo.

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