​Organized by the Arab Center for Research and Policy Studies from April 19-21, 2011 in Doha, Revolutions, Reform, and Democratic Transition in the Arab Homeland: From the Perspective of the Tunisian Revolution, was a conference which reviewed the experience of the Tunisian revolution and shed more light on the progress being made towards reform within the Arab Homeland. This conference was convened to complement a previous seminar, People's Revolution in Tunisia: its Causes, Consequences and Repercussions on the Arab Region, hosted by the Center in Doha on January 20, 2011.

 The three-day conference addressed the following points:

  • Tunisian Revolution: background and context.
  • How is it that the Tunisian revolution succeeded?
  • The challenge of  democratic transition through revolution and similar fallout.
  • The dilemma of the transition of power.
  • The effects of the revolution in the Arab world.
  • Testimonies from the Tunisian and Egyptian revolutions.