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27 March 2020

Middle East & No. Africa: Unions educate workers on rights during the Covid-19 outbreak and push for fair treatment

Author: Tula Connell, Solidarity Center

"Covid-19: Unions mobilize across Middle East/ No. Africa," 24 Mar 2020...

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23 March 2020

Jordan: Labour Ministry launches an online service for workers to report labour rights violations amid Coronavirus

Author: Jordan Times

"Labour Ministry will not condone violations amid curfew", Mar 22,2020...

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Article
16 March 2020

Jordan gov’t rolls out remote work policies over virus fears

"Jordan gov’t rolls out remote work policies over virus fears", 14 March, 2020...

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Article
27 February 2020

Jordan: Workers denied "a dignified living" as austerity policies disempower vulnerable workers

Author: Marta Vidal, The Guardian (UK)

"'He just wanted dignity': the tragedy that captured the mood of a nation," 27 Feb 2020...

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Story
16 December 2019

Middle East & N. Africa: Civil society criticises the evaluation of EU Association Agreements and their impact on socio-economic wellbeing in the region

A coalition of civil society organisations in the Middle East and North Africa have published a statement jointly criticising the evaluation study of six Association Agreements (AAs) between the EU and Algeria, Egypt, Jordan, Lebanon, Morocco and...

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16 December 2019
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La société civile au Moyen-Orient et en Afrique du Nord a critiqué une étude d’évaluation des accords d’Association (AA) entre l’EU et l’Algeria, l’Égypte, la Jordanie, le Liban, le Maroc et la Tunisie. Décrivant l’approche comme « insatisfaisante »,...

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9 December 2019

Jordan: New study finds that internet service providers are violating customers' privacy; Orange and the government of Jordan respond

A recent study jointly conducted by ImpACT International for Human Rights Policies (London) and Access Now (New York) has revealed that the five existing international service providers in Jordan are allegedly collecting often intrusive user...

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9 December 2019

Jordan: The four internet service providers allegedly violating customers' privacy

Author: Impact International

“New study: Jordanian ISPs violate customers’ privacy”, 10 November 2019...

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Company response
9 December 2019

Orange responds to ImpACT International for Human Rights Policies and Access Now report

"With reference to the study conducted by ImpACT International for Human Rights Policies and Access Now published in November 2019 with a title of “Jordanian ISPs violate customers' privacy”, Orange as a telecom licensee operating in the Jordanian...

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Company non-response
9 December 2019

Umniah did not respond

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