On Saturday 19 of September 2015, Friedrich Naumann Foundation - Amman organized a workshop for youth entitled; Political Parties Law and Electoral Law – Reshaping the Political System in Jordan?
The Friedrich Naumann Foundation for Liberty held a two day workshop under the title “The Role of Political Parties in Jordan’s local Economic Reform Process” as part of the foundation project with political parties, which is funded by the German Federal Foreign Office and aims at supporting the reform process in Jordan. The workshop took place in Karak on August 23, and in Irbid in September 6. It targeted the political parties’ members in north and in south of Jordan.
In Madaba, the Friedrich Naumann Foundation for Liberty held a workshop for young activists last weekend under the title “Environment Policies in Jordan – What can Municipalities do?” as a part of the Foundation’s project with Political Parties and Youth to accompany the reform process in Jordan. The Project is funded by the German Federal Foreign Office.
The Friedrich Naumann Foundation, in Partnership with the Free Thought Forum, Organized a discussion session on Wednesday, 12th of August 2015, to discuss the philosophy of education for the future. The event took place in the Landmark Hotel, Amman, with around 135 attendees of Government, Parliament, Universities, Political Parties, Activists and Civil Society.The Session started with a welcome speech by the Free Thought Forum, followed by an opening by Friedrich Naumann Foundation. The Keynote speaker of the event was Dr.
The Friedrich Naumann Foundation – Amman held a workshop for youth under the title of Women in Jordan Personal Statues Law. The workshop took place in the landmark Hotel in Amman on 24-25 of July 2015. The goal of the workshop was to build youth capacities through train them on debate skills, educate them on the key reform issue of Women in Jordan Personal Status Law. Along the two days, young people learn the most important laws and regulations that distinguish between men and women in Jordan. The young people see the national reports submitted to the CEDAW Committee.
Reactions, Analysis and Concern in Lebanon and Jordan
By: Yara Asmar and Hussam Erhayel
The National Current Party, Jordanian Club of Humboldt Fellows (JCHF) and the Friedrich Naumann Foundation (FNF) joined a meeting with Deputy Prime Minister, Minister of Education, H.E. Dr. Mohammad Thneibat, at the Ministry of Education
The Friedrich Naumann Foundation for Liberty (FNF), in partnership with the Jordanian Club of Humboldt Fellows (JCHF), organized an evening (Iftar) event on the 9th of July 2015, the event was under the title “Education Reforms in Jordan”, which came as a review for the last three events took place with the Humboldt Club on the reform process in Higher Education in Jordan.
The Friedrich Naumann Foundation for Liberty (FNF) held a one day workshop entitled: “Active Citizenship”. The workshop took place at the Corp Hotel in Amman, where over 28 young men and women actively engaged in the sessions of the workshop; representing different governorates in Jordan.
The workshop comes within the framework of a series of events on Jordan reform and aimed at enabling the youth to participate in public life and reform process in Jordan.
Defining Liberal Solutions for the Challenges of Jordan.