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  • Permalink A Syrian refugee comforts his child in front of their tent in the Za'atari refugee camp in Jordan, 2013. Source: Nader Daoud, FlickrGallery

    The Missing Masculinity in the Discourse of International Humanitarian Aid to Displaced Syrian Refugees

The Missing Masculinity in the Discourse of International Humanitarian Aid to Displaced Syrian Refugees

by Aitemad Muhanna-Matar

Since the early 1990s, the concept of masculinity has been given more attention by the international humanitarian community, in response to the increasing vulnerability and victimisation of men by war, militarised conflict and displacement in different parts of the world. Yet, the resulting marginalised and victimised masculinities caused by war and displacement are still presented in the […]

  • Permalink Jordanians protest in Amman, June 2018. Source: Laith Al AjlouniGallery

    The Recent Protests in Jordan and the Way Forward: Renegotiating the Social Contract

The Recent Protests in Jordan and the Way Forward: Renegotiating the Social Contract

by Laith Al Ajlouni

After massive protests took the streets across Jordan, in Amman and other Jordanian cities traditionally friendly to the government and loyal to the royal palace, King Abdullah II accepted the resignation of the former Prime Minister Hani Al Mulki and replaced him with Omar Al Razzaz.

The recent protests that led Al Mulki to resign were the […]

July 16th, 2018|Jordan|1 Comment|

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