Issued in Arabic, this magazine covers diverse civil
society issues, the development of democracy, and
sustainable economic development in Jordan. The
first edition was published in late 2000. Between
2001 and 2004 a total of 24 issues have been
published, which is equivalent to one issue per two
months. Since 2005 the editorial board of the
magazine has decided to transform the magazine into
a monthly publication. The magazine corresponds with
the broader objectives of UJRC in fostering economic
and democratic development in Jordan. The magazine
focuses on the role of civil society organizations
and how they can transform and shape economic and
democratic development in Jordan. Issues covered
within the magazine seek to stimulate political and
economic discourse with the goal of advancing the
democratic agenda of Jordan. The ultimate goal of
the magazine is to provide a venue for civil society
organizations to become involved in the
transformation of Jordanian society into a
sustainable economic and democratic nation.
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Published in both English and Arabic, the “Economic
Policy Dialogue” newsletter has been in print since
September 2003, on behalf of the Jordanian Forum for
Economic Development (JFED). The newsletter is a
quarterly publication, which deals with local and
global economic topics and presents the Forum’s
activities, dialogues and initiatives. From time to
time the newsletter is dedicated to certain topics
of interest by publishing various articles, studies
and research papers written by professionals and
specialists in their field. Since late 2005, JFED
has been aiming at transforming this periodical into
a regular 12-page monthly publication.
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UJRC publishes this bimonthly publication on behalf
of the Secretariat of the Arab Civil Network for
Democratic Reform. The newsletter attempts to
highlight ISLAH Network activities, documents, and
This quarterly newsletter was published by the
Jordanian Environmental Watch Program at Al Urdun Al
Jadid Research Center. The newsletter primarily
covers environmental and sustainable development
issues. The issue was published in October 2000 and
each issue covered a single topic. In 2003 and 2004
the newsletter also began to cover the activities
and accomplishment of the Jordanian Environmental
Watch. As of December 2004 there have been 24 issues
published. Some of the topics covered by those
Development and the Environment: The Impact of
Globalization and Free Trade on the Environment in
Israeli Hazardous Wastes Enter the Jordanian
The Nuclear Accelerator for the Synchrotron Lab: A
Science Facility presented to Jordan by UNESCO.
The Environmental Portfolio of the Jordan-USA Free
The Future of Climatic Change and the Scientific,
Political and Economic Implications of USA’s
withdrawal from the Kyoto Protocol.
The International Environmental Policy from
Stockholm 1972 to Rio 1992, and Agenda 21.
Jordan and the Arab World in the Environmental
Sustainability index, 2001.
Towards a Theoretical Framework between Politics
and the Environment in Jordan.
From Seattle to Doha: The Environmental Portfolio
of the WTO.
The expected Environmental Impacts of Establishing
Aqaba Special Economic Zone Authority.
The last four editions of the Environmental Papers
are available electronically. To view those issues: