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Arab Women and the Media [English]. 2007
The report aims to examine Arab research studies and their outputs with an emphasis on learning about methodologies applied in subject studies. Their objective is to contribute to improving studies that are likely to serve the practical and training activities.
Building Democracy in Jordan: Women's Political Participation, Political Party Life and Democratic Election [English][Arabic]. 2005
This report discussed women's participation in public life and its impact on women in Jordan, the political parties and the electoral systems in Jordan.
Civil Society and Gender Assessment and Program Design (Jordan) [English]. 2006
This assessment provides a detailed gender program within the mission that adopts a Gender and Development approach, integrates gender mainstreaming and gender budget performance in mission programs, develops the mission’s gender equity analytic and policy frameworks, and works closely with government agencies, notably the Ministry of Planning’s gender division and other donor agencies to promote gender mainstreaming.
First Class: Profiles of Women MPs and Senators in Jordan 2003-2007 [English][Arabic]. 2006
NDI produced this report, profiling Jordanian women serving in the lower and upper houses of Parliament between 2003 and 2007.
Governance News [Arabic]. 2004
Yearly report 2004: Women in public life.
Governance News [Arabic]. 2004
Annual Report 2004 - Part Two: Women in public life.
Honoring the Killers: Justice Denied for "Honor" Crimes in Jordan [English][Arabic]. 2004
This report describes the social context in which “honor” crimes take place, including the second-class status accorded to girls and women in law and custom. It also presents four case studies of women under threat from male family members, demonstrating the destructive, paralyzing effect of Jordan’s continued weak responses to “honor” crimes on women’s lives then concludes with recommendations.
International Women's Rights Action Watch - Country Report: Jordan [English]. 1997
The International Women's Rights Action Watch (IWRAW) prepared and submitted this report on Jordan to the Convention on the Elimination of Discrimination Against Women (CEDAW) and the UN Committee on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights. It provides an economic and political analysis of the country’s situation and its relation to the status of women’s rights.
Report on the Status of Jordanian Women: Demography, Economic Participation, Political Participation and Violence Against Women [Arabic]. 2004
This report on the condition of Jordanian women falls in line with the United Nations Development Fund for Women (UNIFEM) and its goals of economically empowering women and promoting their role in ensuring a secure life. The report also sheds light on women's progress in economic, social and political fields, as a means of achieving true equality between men and women, as well as improving women's status through their participation in and benefiting from sustainable development.
Towards Political Empowerment of Jordanian Women [Arabic]. 2006
This study covers three major topics: first, women and international instruments of human rights; second, Jordan’s position in respect of these instruments; and third, how women’s legal status has been affected by these instruments. The report also identifies areas if legal concern relevant to the legal status of Jordanian women. The report also examines the status of women in Jordan in other areas including education, health, economic empowerment and the family. The report recognizes that considerable achievements have been made in terms of improvements in women’s status, but nevertheless highlights areas of particular concern in respect of women’s health and economic stats.
Tracking the Progress of Jordanian Women in the ICT space [English]. 2005
This is a request for proposal research on the progress of Jordanian women in the information and communication technology space since 2001. The objective of the project is to empower women in the information technology section by building their capacities and professional skills and bridging the gender digital divide.
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