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Tunisia joined DCAF only a few months after its revolution in 2011 as the organizations 60th member state.  Since, Tunisia and DCAF have worked closely together to strengthen public institutions in the security and justice sectors. Through its office in Tunis, DCAF supports a number of national initiatives, which aim at enhancing governance in the public institutions of the security- and justice sectors.

DCAF’s supports and accompanies various legal and institutional reform project, initiated by the President of the Republic, the Prime Minister, the Ministries of Interior, Defense, and Justice, the Police and Security Forces, the national armed forces, the Parliament, the Judiciary, and various independent oversight bodies. DCAF also works closely with civil society organizations, research institutions and the media.  

DCAF programs aim at supporting Tunisian reform efforts in developing transparent and accountable security and justice providers.