A delegation of Fondazione Mediterraneo joined the World Social Forum held in Tunis. After Porto Alegre, the Forum took place in Campus Hached El Manar, ten days after the attack to the Museum Bardo. At the slogan “People of the whole world united for freedom, equality, social justice and peace. In support of Tunisian people and all victims of terrorism, against every form of oppression.” more than 70.000 people joined seminars, conferences, workshop and different cultural events which were addressing topics linked to the hanno partecipato a seminari, convegni, workshop ed eventi culturali diversi, con tematiche connesse all’altermondialismo. The Forum ended Saturday 28 March 2015 with the Palestinian people solidarity. The death of migrants in the Mediterranean sea was one of the most discussed topics. The mothers of Tunisians who lose their lives after the 2011 revolution are asking again to Europe to: "Give back our children". There are more than five hundred Tunisian mothers who are in search of their sons whom have become "desaparecidos" during their travel to Italy. The grief of Tunisian mother is partaken also by Middle American ones. At Tunis there was also Marta Sánchez Soler, coordinator of Middle American Migrant Movement which intends to focus the attention to lost people in the world and build a global network between Tunisian, Algerian and Plaza de Mayo mothers at the hopefully and yelling the slogan: “ They took them alive and we want them back alive.” At Tunis Forum mothers partook their grief and struggle towards the institutions which are trying to distort the truth. In the pictures and in the faces which mothers held in their hands there is the will to take identity and give back identity and give human form to the data: these are the efforts of European civil society and Tunisian one which thanks to the Forum had the occasion to become one thing. The aim is to “build a Mediterranean space and make it be a space in which dignity, social justice and rights for all are ensured”.
Particular appreciation was addressed to the efforts made by the Mediterranean Foundation >to restore dignity to migrants died in the sea, in particular the recent implementation of the " Totem of Peace with the urn of Migrants Unknown".