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Niger : Civic space on the verge of extinction

This report is an analysis of all acts of reduction of civic space in the country since 2014, the year that marked the beginning of increased repression against civil society. Since then, a monitoring of arrests and a critical analysis of the legal and institutional framework have been carried out by members of TLP-Niger. Between the arrests of journalists and internet blackouts, freedom of expression, demonstration, association and privacy are no longer guaranteed.

Chad : a hereditary repression

This report is the result of a collaborative effort between Tournons La Page (TLP), Agir ensemble pour les droits humains and Tournons La Page Tchad (TLP-Tchad). Through its members, TLP collected information and images on human rights violations in the country since the 2021 presidential campaign.This work aims to shed light on the course of events and the conditions under which these abuses occurred.

Building new relations between France and Africa

France is at a turning point in its relations with African societies. A refoundation of relations between France and the African continent necessarily requires a political and military "withdrawal" of Paris, simply by accepting that France is a partner among others and that the history of Africa can also be written without France.

In Africa as elsewhere, there is no democracy without changes of power !

Togo and Gabon have only had one family in power... Yet they do not live in a monarchy! If many African countries suffer from the absence of alternation, it is not a question of culture, as dictators would have us believe. These are political systems organized around the monopolization of power and wealth. In this system, which benefits the leaders in place and their clientele, but also many states and foreign investors, the population is held hostage.

2023 Elections in the Democratic Republic of Ccongo: Rectifying past mistakes to consolidate democracy.

This report provides an overview of the pre-election situation in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC). It examines the issues and challenges of the current electoral process and proposes courses of action for the European Union (EU) and its member states. This report was enriched by data from interviews and questionnaires conducted with stakeholders in the current electoral process.

Narrative report: Second TLP International General Assembly (January 2023 in Cotonou)

Thanks to its strong outreach, the opening ceremony of the second Tournons La Page (TLP) international General Assembly (GA) brought together over 120 members, partners and guests from a wide variety of backgrounds. After having been postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic and relocated just a few months before it was due to take place, this GA is considered to have been a success, in terms of meeting deadlines, logistics and content.

Annual report 2022

Annual report 2021

The year 2021 has been a year of great change for Tournons La Page. It was also a year of strong growth for the movement internationally, now fully independent. The gradual lifting of anti-COVID-19 restrictions has made it possible to resume meetings between members and to re-launch the dynamics of citizen mobilization. One of the great successes of 2021 has been to allow the development of expertise, documentation and advocacy of our members.

Annual report 2019

Charter of the TLP movement

To become a member of Tournons La Page, you must adhere to the TLP Charter.

*Gabon: TLP condemns a double electoral and military coup and calls for a return to constitutional order