The EU-Tunisia Partnership should:
Focus more on the access to education, taking into account the non-formal and informal learning, and provide technical support and funding to ensure that the reform of the education system be a social reform and not merely a technical reform. Take into account the Tunisia’s specific needs, by putting in place a bilateral cooperation framework ensuring migrants, refugees and asylum seekers’ rights.
Support the Tunisian government to:
- Reform the health sector to ensure universal access to health care facilities through an upgrading of the Tunisian public sector,
- Intensify efforts to improve women’s access to formal and decent employment,
- To effectively combat child labor and integrate Persons With Disabilities (PWDs) in the labor market,
- Reform the social protection system to face with its weaknesses,
- Intensify efforts to improve women and disabled people’s access to political, economic and social life and
- Strengthen the CSOs’ capacity to participate in the consultation process.