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USAID and JNC Conduct Training of Trainers Workshop
U.N. Secretary-General Says Violence Against Women Must Stop
Repeat child molester’s prison term extended
Child Bride Fights Against Forced Marriage
The two consultants  Dr. Barbara Nicolas and Dr. Catharine Davis from the CGFNS organization during the Workshop. Photo by JNC   USAID Economic…
Ban Ki-moon discusses International Women’s Day Women march in honor of International Women’s Day in Sao Paulo, Brazil. Washington — U.N. Secretary-…
AMMAN - The Criminal Court on Monday increased a 49-year-old repeat child molester’s prison term by one year. The Criminal Court sentenced the…
Child Bride Fights Against Forced Marriage Reem Al Numery of Yemen defies father, society to secure her rights Washington — In 2008, at the start of…

Jordanian National Action Plan for the implementation of United Nations Security

estimating the economic cost of domestic violence against women in Jordan

This report is among the Government’s efforts to provide evidence based on the wider economic costs of violence against women and girls on women and girls, households, and the economy, as well as the costs of providing services to survivors

Addendum to the National Strategy for Women (NSW):Impact of the COVID-19 Crisis on

The differential impacts of COVID-19 on women and girls from diverse backgrounds

General Frame work for the National Strategy for Women in Jordan 2020 - 2025

A society free of discrimination and gender-based violence; In which women and girls enjoy full human rights and equal opportunities to achieve comprehensive and sustainable development.