Justice Needs and Satisfaction in Jordan 2017
Three in 10 Jordan residents reported having experienced at least one legal problem in the previous four years. Problem prevalence is highest among respondents from the Northern region, educated individuals, and those who do not have enough money for basic needs. The most prevalent problem categories are disputes between neighbours, family issues, disagreements around housing, and employment disputes. Our respondents, particularly the poor and the non-educated, reported severe impacts of the problem on their lives.