Proceedings of The 4th Global Conference on Women’s Studies
Challenge of Jordanian Women Reaching Parliament
Amer Bani Amer
This article aims to provide a broader perspective of all the challenges that as a woman you must face if you live in Jordan or in any Arabic nation. In addition, it provides a vision of the entire process that organizations, feminists, and Jordanian women have had to carry out to take small steps in the inclusion and eradication of discrimination. It started from movements in the streets to making inroads in the parliament with ant steps, but will bring huge changes for women. In addition, this article has the objective of providing a broader idea of everything that has been achieved over the years to prevent women from being seen as an object in culture. Instead, that she can be an agent of change for her country, and she can provide endless opportunities for the development and well-being of the country. Also, provide a perspective of how not only women who want to enter political life are the ones who suffer. But also, all those who want to start businesses, study, and even get a job. In this article, you will have a complete vision of what life is like for women in a country where equal rights are sought at all costs in all areas of the word.
keywords: Jordanian, Women, Feminist, Discrimination