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Ahlem Belhadj is a Tunisian psychiatrist and women's rights campaigner. Serving at various times as president, chair and director of the Tunisian Association of Democratic Women (ATFD), Belhadj campaigns for better treatment of women in Tunisia. She successfully fought for the right of women and children to apply for passports without permission of their husband/father. Belhadj led a march of thousands of women against President Zine El Abidine Ben Ali during the 2011 Tunisian Revolution. She is the 2012 winner of the Simone de Beauvoir Prize and placed 18th on Foreign Policy's 2012 list of global thinkers.

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  • أحلام بالحاج
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  • أحلام بالحاج ولدت سنة 1964 في قربة، تونس، وهي طبيبة نفسيّة لأطفال وأستاذة مساعدة في الطب، معروفة عن نشاطها من أجل الديمقراطية في تونس. عملت مرتين كرئيسة للجمعية التونسية للنساء الديمقراطيات ومقر مكتب هذه المنظمة.
  • Ahlem Belhadj is a Tunisian psychiatrist and women's rights campaigner. Serving at various times as president, chair and director of the Tunisian Association of Democratic Women (ATFD), Belhadj campaigns for better treatment of women in Tunisia. She successfully fought for the right of women and children to apply for passports without permission of their husband/father. Belhadj led a march of thousands of women against President Zine El Abidine Ben Ali during the 2011 Tunisian Revolution. She is the 2012 winner of the Simone de Beauvoir Prize and placed 18th on Foreign Policy's 2012 list of global thinkers.
  • Ahlem Belhadj, nacida en 1964 en Korba, es una psiquiatra infantil tunecina y profesora agregada de medicina, conocida por su militancia en favor de la democracia en Túnez. Ha ejercido en dos ocasiones la presidencia de la Asociación Tunecina de Mujeres Demócratas creada en 1989.
  • Ahlem Belhadj, née en 1964 à Korba, est une pédopsychiatre tunisienne et une professeure agrégée de médecine, connue pour son militantisme pour la démocratie en Tunisie. Elle a exercé à deux reprises la fonction de présidente de l'Association tunisienne des femmes démocrates et siège au bureau de cette organisation.
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  • أحلام بالحاج ولدت سنة 1964 في قربة، تونس، وهي طبيبة نفسيّة لأطفال وأستاذة مساعدة في الطب، معروفة عن نشاطها من أجل الديمقراطية في تونس. عملت مرتين كرئيسة للجمعية التونسية للنساء الديمقراطيات ومقر مكتب هذه المنظمة.
  • Ahlem Belhadj is a Tunisian psychiatrist and women's rights campaigner. Serving at various times as president, chair and director of the Tunisian Association of Democratic Women (ATFD), Belhadj campaigns for better treatment of women in Tunisia. She successfully fought for the right of women and children to apply for passports without permission of their husband/father. Belhadj led a march of thousands of women against President Zine El Abidine Ben Ali during the 2011 Tunisian Revolution. She is the 2012 winner of the Simone de Beauvoir Prize and placed 18th on Foreign Policy's 2012 list of global thinkers.
  • Ahlem Belhadj, nacida en 1964 en Korba, es una psiquiatra infantil tunecina y profesora agregada de medicina, conocida por su militancia en favor de la democracia en Túnez. Ha ejercido en dos ocasiones la presidencia de la Asociación Tunecina de Mujeres Demócratas creada en 1989.
  • Ahlem Belhadj, née en 1964 à Korba, est une pédopsychiatre tunisienne et une professeure agrégée de médecine, connue pour son militantisme pour la démocratie en Tunisie. Elle a exercé à deux reprises la fonction de présidente de l'Association tunisienne des femmes démocrates et siège au bureau de cette organisation.
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