Racism in Tunisia: 'They throw stones at us, call us monkeys' (Part 2)
Since the summer of 2018, more and more migrants have left Tunisia to make the dangerous journey across the Mediterranean. On the other side of the sea, Europe is becoming increasingly frustrated. Still, it seems Tunisia does little to prevent these journeys in the first place. Faced with a major economic and social crisis of its own, the government has let the migration problem slide -- it has yet to put a national asylum policy in place and has next to no infrastructure for migrants. InfoMigrants went to Tunisia and met black-skinned migrants, both legal and illegal, who say they have all, at least once, been subject to racist slurs and even beatings. They hope that a new anti-racist law will change their lives for the better.