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Call: Production of awareness-raising spots on the links between individual freedoms and economic, social and cultural rights

Project context On January 27, 2014, Tunisia adopted a constitution which devotes an important place to Human Rights and a large number of freedoms: Equality, respect for private life, protection of personal data, physical integrity , human dignity, the right to health, the right to education and teaching, the rights of women, the rights of children as well as the rights of persons with disabilities, etc. Tunisia has also ratified several international conventions relating to Human Rights: the two international covenants of 1966, CEDAW, the convention on the rights of the child, the convention on the rights of persons with disabilities, etc. Indeed, the theme of fundamental rights never ceases to attract the attention of researchers, observers and activists from civil society. The understanding of the legislator, the executive branch and the judges of these rights remains fluctuating. Thus, in the absence of in-depth work on the part of all these public stakeholders on which human rights policy to adopt, the interpretations and applications of the laws and freedom-killing provisions continue to mark a large number of legal texts (including including those adopted after 2014), court decisions and even administrative decisions. More recently, electoral campaigns and the results of the 2019 elections (presidential and legislative) have revealed the rise of a discourse that pits individual freedoms against economic and social rights. This speech is all the more dangerous in that it advocates that individual freedoms constitute a brake on economic and social development. Thus, for this discourse, individual freedoms are not a priority. Priority must be given to economic and social development. Some even argue that "The people do not want individual freedoms, but work, health, education ...", thus circulating ideas such as individual freedoms are only a screen, a sham. This dangerous discourse must be understood, analyzed and above all combated. This prejudice was also raised during the long period of fight against COVID19 which began on March 18, 2020 and continues to this day. In this sense, dissociating individual freedoms from development means fragmenting human rights, establishing a hierarchy between these rights and making people solely economic beings and thereby erasing their uniqueness and affecting their dignity; This project is part of a spirit that makes human rights universal and inseparable rights, by trying, in a first part to answer the following questions: Is it possible to fight this discourse and reverse it: individual freedoms could constitute a vector of development? How to combine these two pillars of human rights? How to present them as being indivisible and inseparable components? How to strengthen the understanding and appropriation of individual freedoms by many components of Tunisian society and decision-makers? and initiate, in the second part, awareness-raising and advocacy work. In this context, and after its "Support for individual freedoms" project, which has been carried out since 2017, ADLI is proposing this new project: Inseparable links between individual freedoms and economic, social, cultural and environmental rights. Objective of the mission Given the current context, the treatment of the topic “Individual freedoms and economic, social, cultural and environmental rights” requires leading an awareness campaign on the importance of individual freedoms as a vector of individual development and as fundamental elements for social, economic, cultural and environmental development. In this context, ADLI is looking for producers or students. s fine arts, arts and crafts, audio-visual, etc. which will be responsible for creating and producing awareness-raising and advocacy spots. Organization of the mission
• Debriefing meeting between ADLI and the successful candidates;
• The successful candidates propose an audio-visual concept and a presentation of the content of the spots;
• After validation of the audiovisual concept and content of the spots, by the ADLI, the successful candidates propose the first versions of the spots;
• ADLI validates the final content and may request adjustments and fixes;
• Delivery of the final validated version.
How to apply The Application Forms must include the following elements:
1- A Curriculum Vitae (a presentation of the production structure or the candidates);
2- A Concept Note (presentation)
3- An example of a spot produced (or of a project presented);
4- A technical offer
5- A global financial offer including all the costs of the mission per spot.
Fees and terms of payment Payments will be made in installments according to the progress of the work:
- 30% upon signing the contract
- 30% after the first validated draft and
- 40% upon validation of the final version Applications must be sent to the following email address, indicating in the subject line "application for the production of spots"; The closing date for receipt of applications: June 30, 2020 For any request for information, please write:

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