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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.
She has worked for the International Commission of Jurists, and is the secretary-general of the Jordanian National Commission for Women.
Jordan has showed remarkable progress in the political and legislative articles of the Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination against Women (CEDAW) as well as the measures adopted to achieve gender equality The fifth national periodical report on CEDAW, which was launched here yesterday, showed the continuous decline in the typical gap at the decision making level among both genders and education for women, Secretary General of the Jordanian National Commission for Women Asma Kheder said in remarks to KUNA.
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.
The World Population DayCOs activities in Jordan will be taking place with the help of many partners that include the Higher Council for Youth, the Department of Statistics, the Ministry of Planning, Queen Zein Al Sharaf Institute for Development, the Ministry of Health and the Jordanian National Commission for Women.
CyWaraqatiCO campaignThe Jordanian National Commission for Women (JNCW) on Monday launched a campaign to answer around 100 frequently asked questions by women about their legal rights.
The citizenship law, as it stands, "differentiates between Jordanian citizens on the basis of gender," says Hala Al-Asef of the Jordanian National Commission for Women.