Tarek Bouraque is a documentary filmmaker, journalist and educator currently based in Brooklyn, NY. Through his projects, he focuses on social justice, migration, First Nation rights and identities. His films have screened at the Docfilm Institute, the Rory Peck Trust Awards, Anthology Film Archive and Hong Kong/New York Film Festival Exchange. As a journalist, Tarek has been directing and producing for international media outlets including Al Jazeera English, AJ+, AFP, National Geographic and others. Since 2016, Tarek teaches Emerging Media, Film and Documentary production at Hunter College, York College, Downtown Community Television Center and Educational Video Center. Tarek holds a MFA in Integrated Media Arts from Hunter College and a BA in Journalism and Television from ESJ Paris/Casablanca. TAREK BOURAQUE Director, Producer, Journalist & Educator email@example.com NYC: +1 929-216-6228
AJ+ talked to people on the street in Tunis in the wake of an attack on the city's most famous museum.
Every year thousands of Sub-Saharan Africans enter Morocco hoping to make it to Europe as immigrants through the Spanish enclave of Melilla. Paying Moroccan security forces to keep them out, the EU is funding a brutal system of violence and abuse.
Waste dumped at landfill sites represents a growing threat to poor communities in Tunisia, polluting air and water supplies. A look at how years of corruption under the Ben Ali government is still affected the environment in Tunisia with a special focus on the trash crisis. The whole system of waste management has collapsed after the revolution; Tunisia is now in a state of environmental emergency