The Center for the Study of Islam and Democracy, held on Saturday, September 12, 2020, a conference on religious reform in Tunisia and introducing the "hand in hand to combat corruption and extremism" to the religious actors representing the state of Nabeul
The seminar was attended by Professor Sami Braham, Dr. Salah al-Din al-Jurashi, and Dr. Muhammad al-Shtewi, Hand Project Manager Nabil al-Labasi, and Chairman of the Association of Imams for Moderation and Non-Violence Mohammed Saleh Raded, while the center's president, Dr. Radwan al-Musmoudi, directed over the opening.
Imams and religious actors participated in the debate on religious matters in Tunisia and the importance of the hand project in helping to develop the skills of participants.
The Center for the Study of Islam and Democracy launched the project in June 2020, in which trainees will receive training on the promotion of the values of citizenship, the fight against corruption, the establishment of the values of moderation, tolerance, co-existence in the face of extremism, conflict resolution mechanisms, democracy and human rights, speech and social networking.
And the concerned states are Greater Tunisia, Sousse, Monastir, Mahdia, Nabeul, Sfax, Gafsa, Sidi Bouzid, Gabes, Medenine, Tatawin.