JNCW

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JNCWJordanian National Commission for Women (Jordan)
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The Jordanian National Commission for Women (JNCW) pursues the corresponding governmental policies, and they are supportive of the mentioned quota system.
A recent study, co-sponsored by the JNCW, identified that the female representation in the legislation sector is 30.7 % (JNCW, 2010: 3).
USAID Takamol aims to support JNCW's role as the primary national policy institution safeguarding women's rights and gender equality in Jordan.
In addition, in 1992 the Jordanian National Commission for Women (JNCW) was established by the government of Jordan.
Amman, Jan 6 (Petra) -- The "golden or magic box" were buzzwords Prime Minister Abdullah Ensour emphasised as he urged women's full engagement in upcoming parliamentary elections during a meeting on Sunday with the Jordanian National Commission for Women JNCW and its affiliate organisations across the Kingdom.
By Ebtihal Mahadeen In its efforts to reinforce gender equality, Jordan National Commission for Women (JNCW) revealed a report, during a workshop held on July 27, summarizing the situation of Jordanian women.
23 (Petra)--Her Royal Highness Princess Basma Bint Talal, President of the Jordan National Commission for Women (JNCW) on Sunday met with a delegation from the Women's Council in Denmark currently on a visit to the Kingdom to look into accomplishments that have been achieved by Jordanian women in various fields.
JNCW Secretary General, Mrs Asma Khader, announced that the Commission will start preparing the report, to be presented to the CEDAW Committee later this year.
With the financial and technical support of the French Ministry of Foreign and European Affairs, UNWOMEN-Jordan Office will lead the implementation of the project in partnership with the Jordanian National Commission for Women (JNCW) and other relevant institutions.
By Ebtihal Mahadeen A recent project launched by Jordan National Commission for Women (JNCW), in collaboration with UNDPAAEs ICTDAR (Information and Communication Technology for Development in the Arab Region) program, makes use of computer technology to raise womenAAEs awareness of their rights.
In remarks at The Jordanian National Forum for Women (JNFW), organized by The Jordanian National Commission for Women (JNCW), Princess Basma stressed the need to resume efforts to empower women and enhance their role in society at various levels.
AoThe law itself is controversial for its differential treatment of Jordanian men and women married to foreigners and it already contains several other loopholes,Ao Lawyer Amal Haddadin, member of the legal team at the Jordan National Commission for Women (JNCW), told The Star.