Shared heritage: Preserving Tunisia's past for future generations

France 24 takes you to the World Heritage Site of Carthage in Tunisia for this special edition of The Debate.
France 24 takes you to the World Heritage Site of Carthage in Tunisia for this special edition of The Debate. © France 24

FRANCE 24 takes you to the World Heritage Site of Carthage in Tunisia for this special edition of The Debate, filmed in partnership with UNESCO. We ask if the preservation of heritage in Tunisia has improved since the 2011 revolution. We discuss the historical sites and treasures that are under threat, as well as how the past needs to be preserved for future generations. 

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Our guests:

Nesrine NASR, Researcher at the National Heritage Institute of Tunis

Leila BEN GACEM, Consultant and founder of Blue Fish

Karim HENDILI, Chief of Culture at the UNESCO Regional Office for Maghreb in Rabat

Adnen EL GHALI, Architect, town planner and historian; Specialist in the heritage of the Medina of Tunis

>> Watch our interview with UNESCO Director-General Audrey Azoulay

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