Results for Tag: Palestinian
Britons define feminism as sexual freedom and see Islam as inherently oppressive, whereas the Muslim women questioned did not perceive their own societies as oppressive towards them, and disagree with the panacea for gender discrimination in the implementation of what they perceive as Western values.
The topic of this thesis, titled Adaptation to Climate Change in the Jordan River Valley: the Case of the Sharhabil Bin Hassneh Eco-Park, is to examine possible solutions of development projects to help the Jordan River Valley to adapt to the impacts that climate change will have in particular to the natural resources in the valley.
This article is about Palestinian and Syrian refugees in Jordan and Lebanon. The article investigates the treatment of Palestinian refugees by comparing the experience in Lebanon and Jordan, and subsequently uses this as a baseline for an analysis of the influx of Syrian refugees following the Syrian civil war. It raises the importance of labour rights as a tool for economic integration which has positive externalities regarding the welfare of refugees and overall economic performance.
This research aims at fostering the reflection of the degree of legal alignment between the traditions of the European Union and Lebanon, partner state of the European Neighbourhood Policy (ENP) and Member State of the Union for the Mediterranean. It purports to examine how recent legislative changes have occurred in Lebanon.
A lot of Arab individuals are discussing how Europe has put aside her differences after World War II and sat down to reconcile, and then subsequently started to rebuild what the war had destroyed. Arabs always tells this story for their children to encourage them to work hard. But if you tell an Arab man to […]