Research And Reports

 

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File NameTOPICTYPEYEARPUBLISHERView or Download
WANA Institute, The Status of Legal Empowerment in Jordan: Evidence to support the post-2015 development agenda (2014).Women & Justice Report2015WANA Institute
GRL Power Case Study: What can we learn about the experience of girl-led research in Jordan?Young Women & LeadershipReportMay-2019USAID
Wise Girls: Wisdom and Information on Sexual Health Education by Girls, Case StudyYoung Women Case Study2019-JunMercy Corps
Shifting social norms: a gender analysis of time poverty, paid work and masculinity in JordanWomen & WorkReportNov-2019IRC
Meeting Their Needs: Results from a Knowledge, Attitudes and Practices (KAP) Survey on Gender-Based Violence and Reproductive Health in the Mafraq and Irbid GovernoratesViolence (Intimate Partner, GBV, Domestic)SurveyMar-2015IRC
Daring to Ask, Listen, and Act: A snapshot of the impacts of Covid-19 on Women and Girls RightsViolence (Intimate Partner, GBV, Domestic)ReportMay-2020PLAN, UNFPA
Protection concerns of older women in Jordan - Policy briefProtectionReportMay-2019HelpAge
Field perspectives on multi-year humanitarian funding and planning: How theory has translated into practice in Jordan and Lebanon, December 2019Humanitarian Funding ReportDec-2019GHA-DI, NRC
Personal Status Law Reform in Jordan: State Bargains and Womens Rights in the LawGender EqualityReport Feb-2015Georgetown University
The Legal Framework and Women Status in the Hashemite Kingdom of JordanGender EqualityAcademicFeb-2015Al-Hussein Bin Talal University
The Jordanian Code of Criminal Procedure AmendmentCriminal Law (Jordan)ReportJul-2017JCLA
Guidance Note on GBV Service Provision during COVID-19 in Jordan and a forward look to safe resume of services Covid-2019Report-Protection Cluster, UNFPA

of Arab women have experienced some form of violence in their lifetime (with indicators that the percentage could be much higher as a result of under-reporting)

women survivors of violence refrain from asking for support or protection.

the percentage of recent survey respondents indicating that emotional & physical abuse during the lockdown (as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic) had increased

the number of women in Jordan who faced any sort of domestic violence that didn’t report for fear of repercussions.

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