In 2018, Amal Al-Jamani attended a workshop conducted by WLP’s partner in Jordan, Solidarity is Global Institute-Jordan (SIGI-J), and is now an emerging women’s rights leader in her community. In her own words, Amal described herself as shy and unsure of how she could contribute in a group of more experience activists. However, inclusive activities and interactive exercises encouraged Amal to discover the critical experience and skills she had to share with the rest of the workshop participants. Since that day, she has continued to develop her role as a leader and recognize the potential in others, a process that has helped her reach new positions of influence in her community.
In December, WLP Jordan/SIGI celebrated their 20th anniversary. Over 600 Jordanians from all 12 governates gathered together to celebrate all that SIGI/J has done to ensure equality for women and men in Jordan, and beyond.
Best Practices for Building Organizational Capacity: Principles of Monitoring and Evaluation (manual, English)
This module is designed to help CSOs, particularly those dedicated to women's rights and social change, measure the outcomes of their work.
This video features activists from Jordan, Malaysia, Morocco, and Palestine who describe their advocacy campaigns to fight violence against women and to promote women’s human rights.