Arab Women’s Legal Network Projects:
As part of achieving objective of building the capacity of women working in various legal fields and raising public awareness of legal issues, AWLN implements many projects in Jordan, including:
- Enhance the Capacities of the Legislation and Opinion Bureau and Conduct a Domestic Violence Study, funded by Rule of Law Project (ROLP) – USAID. (October 2020 – April 2021).
- Future Pioneers of Change and Engagement, funded by US Embassy Amman and US Government. (October 2019 – present).
- Enhancing the Response of the Justice Sector for Cases of Violence against Women (VAW) and Domestic Violence stage 3, funded by Takamol-USAID. (October 2019 – April 2021).
- Together We Build and Change, funded by Rule of Law Project (ROLP) – USAID (December 2018 – March 2020).
- Enhancing the Response of the Justice Sector for Cases of Violence against Women (VAW) – Hemaya Project II, funded by UN-Women (August 2018 – January 2020).
- Advancing the Rights of Violence against Women (VAW) Victims Among Justice Sector (Hemaya Project II), funded by FHI 360 in Jordan (September 2015-May 2018).
- Strengthening the Jordanian Justice Sector’s Response to Cases of Violence against Women-Hemaya Project, funded by UN-Women (January 2014-March 2018).
- Enhancing Judicial Capacities of Newly Appointed Judges through Mentoring and Awareness Raising Sessions / Three phases supported by the American Bar Association in Jordan and funded by USAID.
- Phase 1: September 2011-June 2012.
- Phase 2: November 2012-July 2013.
- Phase 3: August 2013- May 2014.
9. Enhancing the Capacities of Legislative Drafting / Two phases funded by the Foundation for Future
- Phase 1: March 2009-November 2010.
- Phase 2: May 2012-January 2013.
10. Enhancement of the Right to Fair Trial/ Two phases funded by the Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands in Jordan:
- Phase 1: January 2009-January 2011.
- Phase 2: January 2011-January 2012.
11. Advocacy for Woman’s Right to Inheritance Campaign funded by the Jordanian Hashemite Fund (February 2012-June 2012).
12. Women’s Mentoring Program for Female Law Students / Two phases supported by the American Bar Association in Jordan and funded by USAID:
- Phase 1: November 2009-May 2010.
- Phase 2: November 2010-May 2011.
13. Anti-Human Trafficking Program for Female Judges supported by the American Bar Association in Jordan and funded by USAID (November 2010 – February 2011).
14. Access to Justice for Women, Observing and Documenting Women’s Trial Procedures at Courts, funded by Freedom House (May 2008-November 2009).