Chapter 6 These claims should be included: acts of expansion and Tunisian Black activism
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Chapter 6 focuses on the counterpoint to the citizen as duties bearer by looking at acts of citizenship in Tunisia in which marginalised parts of the population demand a more inclusive justice-seeking process. Drawing on qualitative fieldwork the example of Black Tunisian activism is used to cast a light on the incomplete nature of the justice on offer through the transitional justice process. In doing so the chapter contests the boundaries placed around what claims can be made in Chapter 3 and illustrates how activism can bring historical injustice into the frame of contemporary transitional justice processes.

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