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International Rescue Committee9 Feb 2017

The International Rescue Committee (IRC) responds to the world’s worst humanitarian crises and helps people to survive and rebuild their lives.

iMMAP, UNICEF1 Jan 2017

This document provides analysis of child protection needs and risks at the government level to support child protection actors in programmed development, resource mobilasation and advocacy.

Better Care Network12 Feb 2016

This country brief provides an overview of data on children’s living arrangements in Jordan, extracted from the 2012 DHS survey. 

Rawan W. Ibrahim - Global Perspectives1 Jan 2016

This study is a retrospective discussion of the experiences faced by young Jordanian adults who grew up in residential care before entering adult life.  These young adults use their life experiences to demonstrate the challenges that people exiting residential care face. Per this chapter, post-care experience is influenced by in-care experience.

International Social Service - ISS et Bureau Permanent de La Haye8 Dec 2015

Organisée par le Bureau Permanent de la Haye, une formation internationale a eu lieu les 8 et 9 Décembre 2015 en Jordanie. 45 Experts ont échangé à propos de la pertinence d'un certain nombre de conventions de la Haye concernant la région du Moyen-Orient Afrique du Nord. 

Hind Farahat & Kristen E Cheney - Global Studies of Childhood21 May 2015

Using empirical data and interviews with orphans in Jordan, this article investigates how they experience the patriarchy of law, society, and the state.

 

Save the Children 1 Mar 2015

The overall objective of this research was to increase understanding of kinship care practices as experienced by Syrian refugee children and caregivers in Jordan, which can be used to inform programming and policy developments on children’s care and protection in a humanitarian context. 

Save the Children16 Dec 2014

This Album on Kinship Care is a compilation of the works of Syrian refugee children in kinship care and their adult caregivers who took part in the participatory action research undertaken by Save the Children and the Information and Research Center – King Hussein Foundation in Jordan in 2014 in the Zaatari Camp and in the city of Amman.

Save the Children16 Dec 2014

This Album on Kinship Care is a compilation of the works of Syrian refugee children in kinship care and their adult caregivers who took part in the participatory action research undertaken by Save the Children and the Information and Research Center – King Hussein Foundation in Jordan in 2014 in the Zaatari Camp and in the city of Amman.

Better Care Network13 Jun 2014

This country care review includes the care related Concluding Observations adopted by the Committee on the Rights of the Child as part of its examination of the fourth and fifth periodic reports of Jordan (CRC/C/JOR/CO/4-5) during its 65th Session at its 1877th and 1878th meetings held on 26 and 27 May 2014, and adopted, at its 1901st meeting, held on 13 June 2014.

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