Amman Center hosted a delegation of university students on a study visit
The Amman Center for Human Rights Studies(ACHRS) hosted on Tuesday, the eighth of March, students of the human rights course studying within the international training program of the American International Education Foundation. , the right to participation, and women’s rights, in addition to the international trainee program, where the center hosted more than 160 male and female trainees from 32 countries from five continents.
The student study group was introduced to the most important achievements of the center during the 23 years since its establishment, which are: issuing 45 books in various fields of human rights, graduating 282 male and female trainers from 12 Arab countries specialized in training on various human rights issues, and graduating 172 young leaders (of the age group). 25-40 years old) from the Jordanian Institute for Women’s Leadership from 6 Arab countries, in addition to establishing Jordanian and Arab networks in the field of human rights, academic freedoms, election monitoring and against the death penalty.