The Role of NGOs in the Political Empowerment of Women in Jordan Name Institution Name Submission Date The Role of NGOs in the Political Empowerment of Women in Jordan Introduction Rationale of the Study The last few years have seen critical developments in legislative rights for women in Jordan and the rest of the world. There is a growing interest in issues that affect women directly and that has raised interest in their political participation. Women have an essential role in shaping the political process and destiny in their respective countries and Jordanian women are not an exception. Unfortunately studies indicate that men and women alike in Jordan look at the role of women in the society from a traditional perspective that emphasizes gender roles (Shalabi & Al-Assad 2012). The Jordan society traditionally had gender roles where women were expected to take care of the home while the men R. (2015). Women and leadership around the world. Charlotte NC: Information Age Pub. Inc. Owemer W. (2010). Political rights of Jordanian women between the law and reality. Retrieved 20 January 2018 from ammonnews.net Revenga A. & Shetty S. (2012). Empowering Women Is Smart Economics. Finance & Development Vol. 49(1) Shalabi J. & Al-Assad T. (2012). Political participation of Jordanian Women. Égypte Arabe pp. 211-230 Shalaby M. & James A. Baker III Institute for Public Policy. (2014). Women's political representation and the advancement of women's political rights in the Arab world: The case of Jordan. Houston TX: James A. Baker III Institute for Public Policy Staton B. (2016). Jordan's women fight for political representation. Retrieved 20 January 2018 from www.aljazeera.com UN Women. (2013). Women’s Participation in Elections. Retrieved 20 January 2018 from jordan.unwomen.org Varghese J. (2012). Women empowerment through literacy campaign: Role of social work. New Delhi: Concept Pub. Co [...]
This will be my dissertation so i have 5 questions for my dissertation to answer as a chapters so i need a lot of references and-the research will use secondary data. The main sources of secondary data will be books, NGO’s manuals, annual general reports of NGO’s, journals, newspapers and relevant websites.