Cinema workers are leading the campaign for a living wage as they say low salaries leave them living “precarious” lives.
New programme has also exposed the profound needs of some of the country’s most vulnerable children.
New electoral law aims to fix a political system with which many voters have grown disenchanted.
The festival of juxtapositions blended various disciplines, backgrounds and styles in the Jordanian capital.
Thousands of Syrian refugees are cut off from humanitarian assistance after border attack, aid workers say.
Students are holding out for further concessions after administrators partially rolled back a controversial fee hike.
A campaign to increase the women’s quota in parliament poses deeper questions about political representation in Jordan.
In Jordan, volunteers at community organisations for Palestinians fear the funding crisis could presage bigger changes.
Workers in one West Bank settlement are protesting inequalities experienced by many Palestinians in Israel.
Palestinians have tended olive groves for decades, but Israelis are staking a claim by planting their own trees.