Asma Hassouna


In the newly-born Tunisian cultural scene, SEE DJERBA is considered as one of the most important artistic initiatives undertaken by Tunisian civil society actors (COLLECTIF-CREATIF; Ijou Gdena: a local collective; and several local associations from Djerba). The project has witnessed many challenges: First, the organization of the event, which was based only on volunteer’s work, seemed to be a success. Indeed, we can easily feel the dynamism and the enthusiasm of the team through the activities ran. Then, the international melting-pot spirit was felt through the presence of international artists subtly integrated into the splendid “Houmet Essouk”. They were in regular contact with locals who appreciated sharing with them this unique experience and the hope for the development of cultural activities in Tunisia. Finally, the event seemed to have taken place as the team hoped, offering to visitors the opportunity to live an exceptional moment blending the beauty of Art and Djerba’s medina.


[1] SEE DJERBA Round Table : Culture of Democracy


Asma is a consultant who advices and coachs national and international NGOs (non-governmental organizations) to implement their social projects and to evaluate their achievements in order to improve their performance. Her expertise is in human resources and project management.


2016 – 2017 | Training in professional and personal coaching | High school of coaching (certification CNRP 1)
2012 – 2014 | Master 2 Economics and Psychology | La Sorbonne Paris 1 and University Paris Descartes Paris 5 | Paris (Fr)
2008 – 2011 | Bachelor’s Degree in Economics and Management | Faculty of Economics and Management | Toulouse (Fr)