Arab Renaissance for Democracy and Development and a group of civil society organizations launched on 4th February the Jordan’s National NGOs Coalition for Humanitarian Response to deal with humanitarian crises and find more effective responses.
The 7th Nahda Forum Session discussed language security and its relation to the Arab Renaissance. Dr. Salah Jarar participated in this important event alongside Dr. Zaid Eyadat, as the speakers and attendees reflected upon the status of the Arabic language in the Middle East and North Africa region, and in the broader global context.
Arab Renaissance for Democracy and Development - ARDD held a launching event for the “Tools of Knowledge: Eliminating Violence Against Women and Girls in Jordan” toolkit, as part of the Know Her Rights project.
After more than 15 years since its passing, many organizations in the Arab world have worked to enact and apply UN Security Resolution 1325, which calls for a meaningful role and active participation of women in the prevention and resolution of conflicts.
The contributions of women are represented in peace-building, humanitarian response and in post-conflict reconstruction. These are but some of the tasks that require women’s participation, particularly as they and children together form the greatest number of civilian victims of wars and conflicts.
Syrian refugees and Jordanians next week will start their training to become community facilitators in their area, through a programme titled “Syrian Refugees Empowerment”, which will be implemented in the governorates of Amman and Zarqa.