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The politics of Jordan takes place in a framework of a parliamentary monarchy, whereby the Prime Minister of Jordan is head of government, and of a multi-party system. Jordan is a constitutional monarchy based on the constitution promulgated on January 8, 1952. The king exercises his power through the government he appoints which is responsible before the Parliament.

Information from wikipedia article Politics of Jordan


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At the intersection of Asia, Europe and Africa, Jordan is often described as an ‘oasis of stability’ in the region. Despite its small size, it boasts a rich history of empires and civilizations that have made it the country it is today.
While it faces serious challenges, including water scarcity and conflict, displacement and migration – Jordan borders Israeli-occupied Palestine and hosts the largest proportion of refugees in the world, Jordan boasts a spirit of tolerance, valuing its ethnically and religiously diverse population, which contributes to the stable and peaceful climate.
Jordan is opening its doors to the Global Land Forum with a focus on engaging young people in the country and region in building a sustainable future.
It will be the first time in the event’s history that it is hosted by a country in the Middle East, part of an important and newly expanding region for the International Land Coalition. 



People Centred Land Governance for Equitable and Just Societies

  • Land as a central theme in building equitable and just societies
  • Building peace through equitable ownership and access to land
  • Securing Land Rights for Women and Youth: Sustainable Pathway to Peace

    • Land Tenure: Tool for Sustainable Peace
    • Land, Women and Sustainable Peace: Barriers and opportunities
  • Sustainable Future: Land, Food Systems and Climate Change

    • Land for a Sustainable Future: Global Challenges
    • Land in Building Sustainable Food Systems
    • Land Tenure, Climate Justice and Sustainable Future
    • Eco-systems restoration and the rights of Indigenous Peoples
    • Securing Land Rights of All for Food Security and Sustainable Future

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