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"Generations for Peace" Jordanian Network Member won the 2022 Peacemaker Award

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Congratulations to Mr. Mark J.M. Clark, CEO of Generations For Peace - Jordan, for receiving the 2022 Peacemaker Award by Brigham Young University Law School's Center for Peace and Conflict Resolution.

Congratulations to Mr. Mark Clark, CEO of Generations For Peace - Jordan, for receiving the 2022 Peacemaker Award by Brigham Young University Law School's Center for Peace and Conflict Resolution.

During the Award ceremony, Mr. Clark gave a speech on peacebuilding theory and how it is used to promote the mission at Generations For Peace:

"This award is not about me, it's about the global community of Generations For Peace volunteers all around the world, and our relatively small team of staff and the daily work they do at the hard edge of peacebuilding in different conflict settings around the world" 

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A series of National Network Activities has been organized by the Anna Lindh Foundation Jordanian Network member Qudrat Association for Community Development in the Framework of th

After the workshop "Project Development & Proposal Writing" ALF Jordan held, Support Youth Leaders organized a dissemination workshop to share what they learnt with the community.

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A workshop entitled Project Writing and Development, Monitoring and Evaluation was given by participants from Support Youth Leaders; Wednesday, 8th of December, who participated in a training held by the Anna Lindh Jordanian Network. 

The participants learned about projects, they created three project ideas, and presented them to others. 

The training aims to give the acquired knowledge and applied practical skills about proposal writing, monitoring, and evaluation to youth; And encourage them to keep learning and thinking out of the box to create project ideas.

for more info: https://www.facebook.com/SYLJordan/posts/pfbid0ciMVXucqYs6o8PQyJki3S4nfNanbMS5ouTf2bzrMXg1k3ZgL92DU2K2DxjH43YdLl

 

 

AIESEC Jordan (جمعية تنمية مهارات الشباب القيادية)

National Network
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Address

Amman
Irbid - University street Al Hamaideh Complex
Amman
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Telephone
065525468
E-Mail
exchange.jordan@aiesec.net
E-Mail (2)
sami.hamdan@aiesec.net
E-Mail (3)
rita.ventura@aiesec.net
Mobile Phone
+962 790724811
Mobile Phone (other)
+962 790140894
Organisation Type
Non-Governmental Organization
Year of Establishment
2006
Fields of Activity
  1. Democracy and community development
  2. Environment/Sustainable development
  3. International/Cultural relations
  4. Others
  5. Youth and education
General Information
Our structure: National office and two local chapters in Amman and Irbid. we have 70 members. Modalities of action Exchange, Leadership experiences, Conferences and seminars Funding from private sector Funding from exchange programs fees. Our Partners. Exchange National Partners:Discover Jordan, Consolidated Contractors Company, Sustainability Excellence, Aspire, Chain Reaction, Felix Interactive, ESKADENIA Software, Nielsen, Ishra7, Adam Travel & Tourism, National partners: Leaders of Tomorrow, Local Exchange partners: Partners: Debate Foundation,  Phenix, Ma3mal, ASK for human capacity building,
Mission and Objectives

Vision - “Peace and fulfillment of humankind’s potential”.
AIESEC aims to achieve it's mission by developing Leadership in the Youth. The Leadership we provide is based on the development of four elements:
- Global Citizen
- Self awareness
- Empowering Others
- Action Oriented
We believe that the fundamental solution for the world issue is the development of Leadership in each and every young person in the world. Therefore through our Exchange and Membership programmes we develop the mentioned above four elements of leadership.
Also AIESEC does not discriminate on the basis of race, colour, gender, sexual orientation, creed, religion, nationality, ethnic or social origin.

Main Projects / Activities

AIESEC is managing and co-ordination 4 programs for the youth to participate in:
Team Member programme: It is one of the most crucial ways in which youth can start their own path towards leadership development. In this phase they will be introduced to a practical team experience, gain access to a global network and engage in practical hard skills development.
Team Leader programme: This experience will culminate with a  personal and professional development through the concept of team building and management. Getting also to experience leading other members and guiding them in their work, thus becoming a crucial part of their development.
Global Internship programme: This programme offers internships that contribute to the professional development of a member and assist them to specialise in a certain field of work. They are normally long term in nature and involve working on diverse business projects and organisations.
Global Community Development programme: International Development internships are the most intense learning experience we offer and link together our global network. This programme encompasses cross-cultural positive impact through working abroad for social and community development projects that lead to self-development and skill enhancement for the member undertaking the programme.

How can you contribute to the Network in your country?

Access to Global Talents: AIESEC is providing opportunity for the member organizations to hire internationals interns to work with them, which will lead to have more diversity and a new perspective on the way the organizations are run, allowing them to grow and possibly to expand to new countries or territories
 

Access to top university students in Jordan: The member Organizations can get access to youth network and benefit of the youth involvement by getting the chances to share their ideas and thoughts with youth and have youth engagement in their activities by inviting AIESEC members to participate. Our member are very pro-active and willing to develop their country which can be a huge benefit to the member organizations since they can attract these members to work with them and to create the positive impact Jordan needs.

Why do you want to join the ALF Network?

We share a common purpose of bringing cultural understanding to the world as a mean toachieve a positive impact in the societies we are present in therefore it would be very interesting for us to join such community where we can upscalle our impact by connecting with organizations that share common purposes and values.
We all aim to bring to Jordan a better future, and from our side we would love to involve the Youth of the country in the ALF Network and also bring the international perspective through our international interns in order to contribute to the development of the member Organizations which will lead to the development of Jordan.

Contact (1) Full Name
Sami Yousef Hamdan
Job Title
Business Development Director
Head of the organisation
Rita Gomez
Contact (2) Full Name
Rita Gome
Job Title (2)
President

Al Badeel for Studies & Research

National Network
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Address

Amman- Tlaa Al ali- Gaqzi Arabyat ST Building 27
Amman 11953
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Telephone
+962 6 5674804
Telephone (other)
0796092125
Fax
+962 6 5673840
E-Mail
info@albadeeljordan.org
E-Mail (2)
jamal@albadeeljordan.org
E-Mail (3)
albadeelcenter@yahoo.com
E-Mail (4)
waheed@albadeeljordan.org
Mobile Phone
+962 79 6092125
Mobile Phone (other)
+ 962 79 5553887
Organisation Type
Private Company
Year of Establishment
2006
Fields of Activity
  1. Democracy and community development
  2. Human rights
  3. Research
General Information
Al Badeel Center for Studies and Research is an independent institution established in Amman in 2006, through an initiative by a group of individuals interested in public affairs. The center is concerned with research, democratic development and training, as well as social and economic development issues and political modernization. The center publishes books, studies and training manuals, in addition to organizing conferences, symposiums and workshops in the fields related to its work. Albadeel Center also aims at strengthening democratic awareness by spreading the culture of human rights and enhancing the participation of women and youth and in the process. It targets the development of democracy and the legislation that regulates public affairs, in addition to enhancing the role of civil society organizations. Moreover, the center concept of dialogue between civilizations and religions and ostracizing radicalism and extremism and confronting terrorism in all of its kinds, together with the differentiation between terrorism and the right of resisting occupation. It seeks to accomplish its role in the fields of economic and social development through raising the visions and suggesting solutions for the of development and the role of individuals and institutions. A specialized and dedicated team runs the center, which consists of several researchers, administrative staff and technicians. It cooperates with several academic researchers and experts in political, social, economic, cultural and environmental issues. The center finances its activities by selling its publications – the product of conducting research and the deliberations of forums, seminars and workshops, and manuals, in addition to the support of various national and international donor organizations which harmonize with the center's agenda and message. Interests of Center: Democracy: "Parliament, elections and the electoral systems, constitutional systems, democratic and political development, public freedoms and human rights, and decision making". − Civil society: "The role of the civil society in all of its different classes and its developments, the public opinion." − Economic Issues: "The general budget of the country, investment, foreign trade and employment" − International Issues: "The foreign policy, the Arab relations, the regional conflicts, the Arab – Israeli conflict and the settlement efforts." − Environment: "Environment protection, environmental awareness, the abilities of the environmental institutions and the environmental legislations, water." Mechanisms of Accomplishment: 1. Encouragement of publication of research and studies. 2. Building an advanced information database. 3. Organizing conferences, seminars and workshops, and extracting suggestions which help decision-makers and civil society leaders, and also serve the researchers and workers in the media; in addition to contributing to the development process. 4. Preparing training programs related to developing skills and building the capacities of individuals and civil society institutions. Achievements: 1. Regional conference “ Expenditure Control Election Campaigns in Arab World “ 20 2. The partnership between NGOs, Parties Media and Independent Commission Election 3. Publish the book of “The Future of Parliamentary Work in Jordan 4. Decentralization & Enhancing the Local Governance 5. Local Governance Proposed Law “Municipalities Local Councils “. 6. Capacity building to the political parties 7. Suggested Draft of new “Public Meeting Law and the Political Parties Law. 8. Suggested Draft “Election Law for Jordanian Parliament. 9. Toward the law of the Jordanian Independent Electoral. 10. Parliamentary Reform in Jordan. 11. Conference of the Jordanian Independent Commission for Elections 12. Monitoring the Jordanian media performance their covering the elections about women and youth. 13. Evaluation the Parliamentary Performance. 14. Revision of the Laws and Regulations Governing the Work of Professional Associations. 15. Political women participation Our Partner: ( FES ) , ( NED) , ( CIDA) , ( IREX ) , (KVINFO ) , (AMS ),( Labor party ) . (Future for Foundation FFF) and many local organizations
Mission and Objectives

Encouragement of publication of research and studies. Building an advanced information database. Organizing conferences, seminars and workshops, and extracting suggestions which help decision-makers and civil society leaders, and also serve the researchers and workers in the media; in addition to contributing to the development process. Preparing training programs related to developing skills and building the capacities of individuals and civil society institutions.

Main Projects / Activities

1. Political women participation 2. Suggested Draft “Election Law for Jordanian Parliament. 3. Toward the law of the Jordanian Independent Electoral. 4. Capacity building to the political parties 5. Monitoring the Jordanian media performance their covering the elections about women and youth. 6. Evaluation the Parliamentary Performance. 7. Revision of the Laws and Regulations Governing the Work of Professional Associations. 8. Suggested Draft of new “Public Meeting Law and the Political Parties Law. 9. Decentralization Project in the Provinces. 10. Parliamentary Reform in Jordan.

Why do you want to join the ALF Network?

to raise our capacity , to learn from others , promote cooperation among peoples and civilizations and for build a great lobby against the dings makers

Contact (1) Full Name
Jamal Alkhtib
Head of the organisation
Jamal Alkhtib
Contact (2) Full Name
Wahid Qarmash

Al Bayt University

National Network
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Address

P.O.Box: 13004 Mafraq 25113
Mafraq
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Telephone
+ 962-2-6297000
E-Mail
info@aabu.edu.jo
E-Mail (2)
naseerahkh@yahoo.com
Mobile Phone
0779933007
Mobile Phone (other)
079 9090006 (Dr. Nasser)
Organisation Type
Public Institution
Year of Establishment
1995
Fields of Activity
  1. Research
  2. Youth and education
General Information
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Mission and Objectives

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Main Projects / Activities

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Contact (1) Full Name
Prof. Dr. Nabil Shawaqfeh (President)
Head of the organisation
Prof. Dr. Nabil Shawaqfeh
Contact (2) Full Name
Prof. Dr. Naser Ahmad l-Khawaldeh

Al-Balqa Applied University

National Network
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Address

Al-Mansheyeh
Salt 19117
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Telephone
+962796363600
E-Mail
arabiat@bau.edu.jo
E-Mail (2)
arabiat@bau.edu.jo
E-Mail (3)
arabiat@bau.edu.jo
E-Mail (4)
arabiat@bau.edu.jo
Organisation Type
Public Institution
Year of Establishment
1997
Fields of Activity
  1. Research
General Information

Al-Balqa Applied University (BAU) is a public Jordanian technical university ranked number two in Jordan and the times ranked 601-800. It has the largest in campus size and student numbers, established in 1997, and it is the most widely spread university in Jordan. It has colleges and branches distributed almost in every city in the country. BAU has 22 colleges distributed on 13 campus sites, with 26 postgraduate programs, 124 bachelor programs, and 78 diploma programs. The number of enrolled students is around 40,000, with about 1449 staff members. Moreover, BAU the only university that awards the diploma degree in Jordan, since it fosters and quality controls all the community colleges in Jordan. BAU aims to establish an innovative university which can convey knowledge, values, and traditions, making a progress toward building the knowledge-based economy through investing in the innovation and creativity of our staff and students.

Mission and Objectives

BAU provides the Jordan Market with distinguished highly qualified graduates fulfilling the demands of the Jordan Market with experts and professional employment accordingly of high standards responds to the exchangeable market’s needs technically and systematically. BAU emphasizes excel value in education through conforming to keep on the process of upgrading the type of management and teaching, providing new equipment facilities, services, academic standards, and proceeding in upgrading the quality of graduates and trainees. BAU is heading towards the applied education strongly, sustain its attitudes towards application heading the advancement and modern changes and coping with era and technology prerequisites, the economic and social life fields relevant to constant implementation in Education, Vocational and Technical Training process in a wide-scale guaranteeing effective participation of the stakeholders and the Industrials in developing management, programs, and the educational progress. BAU’s academic programs are flexible enough to permit pioneer students to admit for Bridging Process from Associate level to Bachelor level.

Main Projects / Activities

Upgrading the level of graduates academically, professionally, and practically and linking the educational outcomes and the various university programs with the requirements of the labor market in a harmonious manner. Spreading and consolidating the institutional culture among workers and consolidating the concepts of development and modernization Assisting the university in developing appropriate work mechanisms and systems by adopting planning, development, and quality procedures and policies Exposing obstacles to the educational-learning process and trying to solve them and addressing the obstacles facing change, development, and modernization, with the aim of improving the university and its services Building and rehabilitating human capabilities in line with different business needs Disseminating good applications that are applied internally and internationally and applying them to different academic management levels Preparing the university and its colleges to meet the requirements of public and private accreditation

Contact (1) Full Name
omar arabeyyat
Head of the organisation
Porf. Abdallah Al-Zoubi

Al-Farouq Charity Association

National Network
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Address

Hettin Street
Irbid 11181
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Telephone
0779716189
Telephone (other)
0796007429
E-Mail
rawan@alfrouqsociety.org
E-Mail (2)
nayfeh.rawan@gmail.com
E-Mail (3)
nayfeh.rawan@gmail.com
E-Mail (4)
nayfeh.rawan@gmail.com
Organisation Type
Public/Private Non-Profit Foundation
Year of Establishment
1991
Fields of Activity
  1. Democracy and community development
  2. Environment/Sustainable development
  3. Gender
  4. Human rights
  5. Innovation and Entrepreneurship
  6. International/Cultural relations
  7. Youth and education
General Information

Under the direct affiliation of the Ministry of Social Development, Al-Farouq Charity Association (ACA) was founded in 1991 as a tax-exempt nonprofit organization in Irbid Palestinian Refugees Camp, Jordan. The mission was simple and direct “to provide social and developmental services and solutions for free or/and at reasonable costs for orphans, widows, and other deprived and marginalized people in the society”. ACA carries a range of interventions in the areas of education, health & hygiene, orphans & widows’ empowerment, free/low-cost legal aid, human rights, etc.

Mission and Objectives

The mission is “to provide social and developmental services and solutions for free or/and at reasonable costs for orphans, widows, and other deprived and marginalized people in the society”. The overall development objective of (AFO) is enhanced ability in the target communities to tackle their own economic, social, and environmental problems for sustainable community development

Main Projects / Activities

Embassy of Japan Renovation of the medical center ( Two Bone Densitometers DXA + a 4-D Ultrasound ) with the Embassy of Japan Noor Project for Child Protection with World Vision NRC Project ( Awareness Raising sessions for families ) with Norwegian Refugee Council Promote Child Education ( Child Labor aged 12-18 ) with Quest Scope Early Childhood Education with Plan Organization Awareness raising sessions for Children and their families with Terre de Hommes TDH Women and Microfinance with The Royal Hashemite Court in Jordan School furniture with UMR ( Washington USA + Amman )

How can you contribute to the Network in your country?

providing on-ground experience, beneficiaries, and success stories

Why do you want to join the ALF Network?

Expand, share knowledge and experience to better understanding the humanitarian world and therefore, contribute to save disadvantaged people from poverty and exploitation

Contact (1) Full Name
Rawan Nayfeh
Job Title
Project Coordinator
Head of the organisation
Hussein Al-Hawwari