By Mohammad Shamma
February 2011 – it was a regular workday until I received a phone call at four o`clock in the afternoon from Linda Kalash, the director of Tamkeen Center for Legal Aid and Human Rights. Continue reading “Media & Civil Society: Protection Against Human Rights Violations”
By Dana Gibreel
In 2016, Journalists for Human Rights (JHR) announced its call for applications for human rights reporting awards. Continue reading “Expanded Space for Freedom of Speech in Jordan”
By Lina Shannak, translated by Ayyam Safadi
The people of Joufeh Camp, east of the capital Amman woke up last October 31st to an eviction notice carried by Public Security personnel to two homes neighboring the buildings, which collapsed in January. The people refused to leave, amid uncertainty surrounding the fate of their neighbors who lost their homes before them.
Continue reading “One Year Since the Joufeh Collapses: Postponed Solutions and Ongoing Suffering”
By “Hibat al-Hayat” Obaidat
I stopped writing for a good period of time. I no longer have the ability to follow such a weary and problematic file that has almost proved to be the most difficult in my career as a journalist.
Continue reading “The Story of the Asylum, Suffering is yet to End”
By Ansar Abu Fara
“Best Mother’s Day Offers: your maid with the highest specifications and quality! 5% discount on various nationalities”
Continue reading “Advertisements For Domestic Workers: Consecration Of The Commodification Culture”
By Rami Zalloum
Ahmed, a man in his twenties – is unable to write or read a whole sentence correctly, despite graduating from the Faculty of Special Education with a Bachelor degree.
Continue reading “In An Unfriendly Environment: Deaf Students Deprived of a Good Education”
By Najat Shana’a
The recent tragic death of young Ra’ad A’mar at Al-Badia security center in Giza has resurrected the official response to death cases of torture as “individual behavior, which does not amount to systematic torture.”
Continue reading “The Security Justification Continue as “Individual Behavior” Systemizes Torture”
By Hiba Abu Taha
Hit by sun at times, and in distress for his father at other times, standing in a sit-in with others who share his tragedy infront of Husseini Mosque in downtown organized by Committee for the Defense of Detainees (….). Trying to ease his frustration and anger for what happened to his 60 year old father.
Continue reading ““Terrorism” charges do not permit torture and breach of fair trial guarantees”