The need for a contextualized feminist framework in the Arab world: Jordan as a case study

“Jordan’s feminist identity is fractured as a result of a lack of feminist framework and awakening, creating a hazy path for the cry for equality to thrive. Furthermore, it appears as though there is no single framework that describes a comprehensive, Arab, Jordanian Feminism, based on scholarly and historical assessment of Arab Feminism. While limited state Feminism is broadly dominant which is influenced by signed treaties and conventions, no grass-roots Arab Feminism exists to fulfill the requirements of Arab society.”

By Sarah Alhalawani

Published 17 June, 2022


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