Partner - Jordan Office
Please find here the partners of Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung Jordan Office.
Al-Quds Center for Political Studies
Al-Quds Center for Political Studies is an independent think-tank aiming at providing a deeper and more accurate understanding for the challenges that political reforms and democratic transition face in Jordan and Arab countries.Promoting values of “equal citizenry”, the culture of dialogue, tolerance, respect of pluralism as well as the principles of freedom, justice, and the rule of law, the Center works, for instance, on expanding political participation of citizens and operationalizing civil monitoring of government and parliamentary performance in addition to freedom of the press and independence of the media.To the website
NAMA - Strategic Intelligence Solutions
NAMA - Strategic Intelligence Solutions is a technology-driven research and development organization that operates in the two integrated fields of Investment opportunity development and political polling.To the website
Arab Institute for Security Studies
The Arab Institute for Security Studies is a regional organization located in Amman (Jordan). Established in 1995, the Institute carries out its activities in association with a number of local, regional and International agencies, including the United Nations, League of Arab States and other bodies. The Institute operates under Royal patronage with an International board made of highly qualified members.
Ministry of Social Development (MOSD)
As part of the political administration of Jordan, the Ministry of Social Development (MOSD) shapes the social development policies and takes practical measures in the fields of social policies, community development and poverty alleviation in all the governorates of Jordan. The KAS cooperates with the MOSD in the field of social development and poverty alleviation. A main objective of the project is to support the MOSD in improving the social structure in rural areas of Jordan and in its approach of decentralization through the establishment of local credit funds. Local credit funds are meant to increase sustainability and effectiveness of income generating projects and contribute to mobilising Jordanians, thus serving their communities. These grassroots-oriented measures serve as initial boosters for community development and enhance the sustainability of the Ministry’s measures to alleviate poverty.To the website
The Jordanian Center for Civic Education (JCCE)
The Jordanian Center for Civic Education (JCCE) aims to promote civic awareness amongst the Jordanian population focusing their aspirations in such a way as to enable them to become active citizens who are aware of their rights and responsibilities and those of others. JCCE has partnerships with national and international organizations that aim to nurture and coordinate the efforts of individuals working in the field of civic education and human rights.
Leaders of Tomorrow
Leaders of Tomorrow is a youth-led organization and hub for social innovation, promoting free speech, human rights, social equality and educational opportunity. Through its initiatives the organization works to develop an extensive network by which suggestions and ideas are discussed, debated and used to enact change and reform.To the website
Amman Center for Peace and Development (ACPD)
The Amman Center for Peace and Development (ACPD) is a Jordanian non-profit organization aiming at encouraging dialogue and tolerance between people across national and international divides in the Middle East as well as strengthening civil society capacity within the nation in order to help the region overcome hostility and conflict. ACPD actively works with representatives from the entire region, including Palestine, Iraq, Iran, Saudi Arabia, North Africa, south and east Mediterranean countries.
Catholic Center for Studies and Media
The Catholic Center for Studies and Media (CCSM) is a Christian organization affiliated to the Latin Patriarchate in Jordan and headed by Fr. Dr. Rifat Bader. CCSM works with the Arab media in Jordan and the Arab region and issues Abouna.org, a website dedicated to Christian news around the world. CCSM organizes conferences and workshops to promote Christian-Muslim interfaith dialogue and religious freedom, and focuses on school curricula and their role in promoting interfaith harmony.
Middle East Media and Policy Studies Institute (MEMPSI)
The Middle East Media and Policy Studies Institute (MEMPSI) was established in 2014 as a not for profit organization, in response to the emerging need for tech-based scientific, credible, and unbiased information about emerging issues and threats in the region. MEMPSI is an independent think tank that produces actionable quality research for policy making on a wide range of issues. MEMPSI aspires to inform public policy planning in the region and beyond through building evidence-based planning and decision-making processes, and to advise on change management in volatile times through policy research, design, implementation, monitoring and evaluation. The Institute partners with international research centers and companies in the United States, Europe and the region, to ensure comparable content quality.To the website
Roya Academy for Media Training
Founded by Roya TV and accredited by the International Academy of Arts, Media, and Creativity (IAAMC), the academy was established to keep up with the demand for skilled and qualified professionals in the media industry - something that is hugely sought out in the Jordanian market.
Nisan Center for Political and Parliamentary Development
Nisan Center is an independent, non-governmental organization working on local political and democratic societal development and especially on youth and women’s issues. In addition, it focuses on spreading a culture of enlightenment and secularism and on confronting Takfir (accusation of heresy) and the culture of extremism and isolation. To implement its work, Nisan Center relies on studies and research, workshops, training, publications and consultancy. It maintains very good working relationships with various local and international governmental and non-governmental institutions.To the website
Young Jordanian Economists Society
Young Jordanian Economists Society is a non-governmental organization specialized in the socio-economic work since 2005. The society forms an umbrella for entrepreneurs who take it upon themselves to actively participate with the decision makers to improve the economic platform in Jordan and lay bridges with international related institutions.To the website
Queen Rania Center for Entrepreneurship (QRCE)
The Queen Rania Center for Entrepreneurship (QRCE) is a non-profit organization established in 2004 to help develop the field of technology entrepreneurship in Jordan. The Center is part of Princess Sumaya University for Technology, and plays the role of a national center of excellence for entrepreneurship. With the expansion of the role of the center and the development of a strategic plan, QRCE aims to complete an ecosystem for entrepreneurship development and support in the country, starting with the Queen Rania National Entrepreneurship Competition (QRNEC) which is open to universities, entrepreneurs and professionals from different sectors. Working closely with local and international organizations, QRCE focuses on areas such as networking, awareness development, training, support and funding.
Jordan Chamber of Industry (JCI)
The Jordan Chamber of Industry contributes to the development of the national industrial process by participating in the formulation of the industry's public policy and by promoting the interests of industrial and craft enterprises. Moreover, JCI fosters the cooperation between the industrial chambers and the unions and chambers of Arab and foreign industry.