Mission

TTT is a non-profit specialized in pluri- and interdisciplinary strategic thinking around 4 focal points :

(1) Citizenship and Civic values; (2) Society ; (3) the Territoiry ; and (4) the Sustainable Development model.

The 4 focal areas are methodologically structured over 10 strategic thematic axes :

  1. Prospective and Future studies ;
  2. Empowerment and Resilience ;
  3. Education, Culture and Science ;
  4. Citizenship, Governance and Philanthropism ;
  5. Géopolitics and International Relations ;
  6. Food, Water, Energy, Climante Change and Environment ;
  7. Sustainable Securitye and combatting Terrorism and organized crime ;
  8. Political Thought and Discourse ;
  9. Development Strategies ;
  10. Family, Society and the Dialogue between Cultures.

TTT is administred by an Executive Board (legal and managerial authority) and a National Academic and Prorpective Council (Thematic and programmatic authority).

 

Mission

Interdisciplinary strategic reflection and intra- and intercultural dialogue, visions and strategies construction and leadership skills building (knowledge, skills and performance) by means of optimum involvement of Tunisian competencies, women, youth,  and societal leaders; and education on citizenship , rule of law, sustainable-development-policy prospective, resilience, and fund-raising for a fruitful construction of Tunisia in a fast-changing world.

and setting up:

  • a Tunisian reference logical and pragmatic framework in methodologies construction of visions and strategies, in the fundamental principles of leadership and management of civil society institutions, and prospecting the country’s futre;
  • enhancing competencies and skills in leadership, strategic planning, prospective, and resilience;
  • making proper use of decentralized cooperation opportunities with Tunisia’s friendly nations and parties for strategies, programs and projects sustaining Tunisia’s development and democratic transition.

 

General Objective

Discussing, inventing and engineering visions for 21st-century Tunisia, and societal updated influent leaderships within a wider regional intercultural dialogue, via:

a)  Forging a vision for Tunisia’s 21st-century society free from authoritarianism and radicalism in an intertwined world;

b)  Elaborating an updated conception of Tunisia’s national territory from a sustainable development viewpoint;

c)   Establishing a modern development vision based on sustainable security, entrepreneurship, social justice, environmental safety, and positive interaction with the world;

d)  Engaging cultural interaction between Tunisia and world’s peoples in light of national and universal values and international solidarity.