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Conclusion of the Seventh session of the tenth class of the Jordan Institute for Women Leaders

Conclusion of the Seventh session of the tenth class of the Jordan Institute for Women Leaders

The Seventh session of the 10thclass of participants from (Jordan, Syria, Iraq, Yemen,...

the symposium entitled

the symposium entitled " The death penalty in Jordan: Between reasons of retention and attempts to abolish "

On the occasion of the 15th International Day Against the Death Penalty, the Jordanian...

Conclusion of the sixth session of the tenth class of the Jordan Institute for Women Leaders

Conclusion of the sixth session of the tenth class of the Jordan Institute for Women Leaders

The sixth session of the 10th class of the Jordanian Institute for Women Leaders...

Conclusion of the fifth session of the tenth class of the Jordan Institute for Women Leaders

Conclusion of the fifth session of the tenth class of the Jordan Institute for Women Leaders

The fifth session of the 10th class of the Jordanian Institute for Women Leaders...

  • Conclusion of the Seventh session of the tenth class of the Jordan Institute for Women Leaders

    Conclusion of the Seventh session of the tenth class of the Jordan Institute for Women Leaders

    Sunday, 15 October 2017 07:32
  • the symposium entitled

    the symposium entitled " The death penalty in Jordan: Between reasons of retention and attempts...

    Tuesday, 10 October 2017 10:43
  • The second meeting of female graduates of the Jordanian Institute for Women Leaders meets with the Chairman and members of the National Committee for International Humanitarian Law

    The second meeting of female graduates of the Jordanian Institute for Women Leaders meets with...

    Sunday, 01 October 2017 09:08
  • Conclusion of the sixth session of the tenth class of the Jordan Institute for Women Leaders

    Conclusion of the sixth session of the tenth class of the Jordan Institute for Women Leaders

    Sunday, 24 September 2017 11:48
  • Conclusion of the fifth session of the tenth class of the Jordan Institute for Women Leaders

    Conclusion of the fifth session of the tenth class of the Jordan Institute for Women Leaders

    Sunday, 24 September 2017 11:44

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letter-for-high-commissioner-for-human-rightsSupport the content of the letter of the Moroccan Coalition of the Human Rights Bodies to demand the withdraw of Saudi Arabia membership from the Human Rights Council after the massacre of mass executions in the beginning of 2016 To read the Letter, please click here   Read More
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elections-transparentes-et-crédibles-et-bonne-participation   Le Réseau des élections dans le monde arabe exprime sa satisfaction du bon déroulement des élections législatives tunisiennes Lire le rapport complet, se il vous plaît, cliquez ici Read More
transparent-and-fair-elections-and-reasonable-participation Election Network in the Arab Region (ENAR) expresses a positive evaluation of the legislative elections in Tunisia, which began at 7:00am on Sunday, 10/26/2014. The elections were held in 27 constituencies in the Republic of Tunisia To read the full statement please click here Read More
conclusion-of-the-seventh-session-of-the-tenth-class-of-the-jordan-institute-for-women-leaders The Seventh session of the 10thclass of participants from (Jordan, Syria, Iraq, Yemen, Sudan and Palestine) of the Jordanian Institute for Women Leaders Program took place on 6 & 7 October 2017 at the Amman Center for Human Right Studies. The sixth session included the origin and origin of religions, the difference between religion, law and heavenly books, Islam and religion,... Read More
the-symposium-entitled-the-death-penalty-in-jordan-between-reasons-of-retention-and-attempts-to-abolish On the occasion of the 15th International Day Against the Death Penalty, the Jordanian Coalition Against the Death Penalty (founded in 2006 by the Amman Center for Human Rights) held a seminar at the French Institute entitled "The Death Penalty between Justification and Abolition." The seminar concluded that it is necessary to work together for the gradual abolition Of articles providing for the... Read More
the-second-meeting-of-female-graduates-of-the-jordanian-institute-for-women-leaders-meets-with-the-chairman-and-members-of-the-national-committee-for-international-humanitarian-law The second meeting was held yesterday for a number of members of the Jordanian Institute for Women Leaders along with the President and members of the National Committee for International Humanitarian Law, focusing on "the role of women in armed conflicts" The Chairman of the Committee, Mamoun Al-Khasawneh, also presented the stages of the Committee's development, composition, objectives and... Read More

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By the present Declaration of the Rights of the Child, commonly known as ‘Declaration of Geneva,’ men and women of all nations, recognizing that mankind owes to the Child the best that it has to give, declare and accept it as their duty that, beyond and above all considerations of race, nationality or creed:
(1) The child must be given the means requisite for its normal development, both materially and spiritually;


(2) The child that is hungry must be fed; the child that is sick must be nursed; the child that is backward must be helped; the delinquent child must be reclaimed; and the orphan and the waif must be sheltered and succored;


(3) The child must be the first to receive relief in times of distress;


(4) The child must be put in a position to earn a livelihood, and must be protected against every form of exploitation;


(5) The child must be brought up in the consciousness that its talents must be devoted to the service of fellow men


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Human rights conference – Cairo
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Conference on Academic Freedom
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Human rights conference – Cairo
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ACHRS celebrate the 62nd anniversary of the UDHR
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ACHRS celebrate the 62nd anniversary of the UDHR
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ceremonial ACHRS International Women's Day
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