Get clicking: the website of the Tunisian anti-corruption radio Nazaha is online

Tunis, Tunisia 19 April 2021
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The new website of the Anti-Corruption Unit's (INLUCC) Radio NAZAHA (ar. Integrity) was launched this week. It is the web interface of the Radio and will allow live and recorded broadcasts and the publication of news related to good governance and the fight against corruption.

In December 2019, the INLUCC launched NAZAHA Radio as an innovative communication tool to inform citizens about news related to the fight against corruption at the local, national, regional and international levels, as well as to enrich the debate on issues related to the Forum's fields of intervention, in order to contribute to the promotion of a culture of integrity. This innovative initiative has proven its effectiveness and continues to expand its broadcasting hours while offering new formats and programmes. 

The radio's website will allow for online broadcasting of the radio's activities and will provide a reliable information platform on good governance and anti-corruption initiatives in Tunisia. It is available in two languages, Arabic and French. Its objective is to be a virtual communication medium and to disseminate information on national efforts to enshrine the principles of good governance and to prevent and fight corruption.

  Please visit the Radio Nazaha website:  

The development of this website is supported by the joint European Union and Council of Europe programme "Project to support independent bodies in Tunisia" (PAII-T).