Jordan has so far weathered the political storm that has engulfed much of the Middle East since late 2010. However, several emerging challenges have the potential to develop into serious threats to the stability of the Hashemite Kingdom. While Jordan's moderate, no ideological, and revolution-adverse political culture is a strong mitigating factor, the risk of domestic instability is greater today than at any time. The main external sources of instability are the spillover effects of Syria's civil war, including possible military entanglement in the border zone, the spread of Salafist radicalization, the heavy cost of sustaining a large refugee population, and the potential interference inside Jordan of Islamist movements from other regional countries
Internal sources of instability include rising public anger resulting from economic austerity, insufficient political reform, and perceived government tolerance of corruption, as well as growing confidence in the country's Muslim Brotherhood and burgeoning Salafist movement. While external threats pose significant challenges, the most serious danger to the regime is when these threats catalyze or exacerbate domestic instability.
With regard to the above-mentioned two workshops under the title "Community Security is our Responsibility" were implemented in cooperation with the Arab World Center for Democratic Development - UniHRD that took place on 30 August 2018 in Irbid and 16 September 2018 in Madaba targeting youth and students from various governorates in Jordan aiming to: