Laura-Maï Gaveriaux
LMG is a French philosopher and a freelance reporter. She has been going around Tunisia over the last few months, in the footsteps of the Arab springs’ early hopes, covering the democratic transition and the terrorist threat. As a philosopher, she conducts researches about intergenerational corrective justice at Sorbonne University. As such, she works on reparations for slavery in the north American context, as well as on mass crimes and collective spoliations.


Growing up with the revolution: how Tunisian teens really feel about democracy
On January 14, Tunisia will celebrate the fifth anniversary of Ben Ali's departure. It will probably be a dull...