Women's Rights in the Middle East and North Africa - Jordan

Author(s)
Rana Husseini
Publisher(s)
Freedom House
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Year
2010
Language(s)
English, Arabic
Scope
National
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This report is a chapter in Women's Rights in the Middle East and North Africa: Progress Amid Resistance, published by Freedom House. It provides a history of the women's rights movement in Jordan and analyzes the movement's gains, as well as the hindrances the movement has faced. The report is divided into several gender-based human rights issues, including nondiscrimination and access to justice; autonomy, security, and freedom of the person; economic rights and equal opportunity; political rights and civic voice; and social and cultural rights. The report also includes recommendations for forward movement on each of the aforementioned human rights frontiers.

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