Social worker must be able to identify indicators of exploitation, coercion and utilization of the precarious situation of women, and serve as a point of contact for the affected women.
Achieving the participatory relationship between governors, governorate councils and the community will be the key to success in future decentralization in Jordan.
Lebanon to hold long-delayed parliamentary elections on May 6, 2018. The new electoral law was approved on June 6, 2017. Most of the Lebanese people did not reach an understanding of the new electoral law because the law is complex and confusing.
Divorce cases increase annually in Jordan. On January 17th to 18th 2018 a workshop was organized in cooperation with the 'Arab World Center for Democratic Development - UniHRD' to familiarize women with their rights after divorce.
As a contribution to the strengthening of the capacities of local councils a kick-off event for 152 members of the governorate councils from Amman, Zarqa, Balqa and Madaba was conducted in Amman.