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Volume 4, Issue 6

Volume 4, Issue 6

As of January 2020, The U.S. and Iran have walked back from the precipice of war. The recent escalation underscores

Militarizing Women’s Rights in Jordan

Militarizing Women’s Rights in Jordan

Women’s rights activists in Jordan understood that making progress on women’s rights legislation was contingent on navigating a militarized political landscape where a protectionist narrative of women’s rights would make legislation more likely to pass.

Challenges to Integrating Refugees into the Formal Economy in Jordan

Challenges to Integrating Refugees into the Formal Economy in Jordan

The Jordan Compact is a work program for Syrian refugees created by the Government of Jordan and numerous international partners that frames refugees not just as “objects of humanitarian care” but as “unused human capital, which can be made productive.”