Working Women And Discrimination In The Jordanian Private Sector.pdf

Working Women And Discrimination In The Jordanian Private Sector PDF

مؤلف: Nawal Naseer

The book explores the situation of the Jordanian women in general and their economic role in particular.

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Working Women And Discrimination In The Jordanian Private Sector.pdf

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Mohammed Ali

Jordan, with one of the region’s highest literacy rates for women, has one of the lowest rates of female participation in the workforce — between 12 and 15 percent in the formal sector. Traditional gender roles and attitudes regarding women’s work and lack of infrastructure that allows women to reconcile the demands of work and family contribute to the low activity rates of women. Gender norms and stereotyping in Jordan emphasise the role of women as caretakers in the private sector, and this is reflected in the exit rates of women from the labour market after marriage. While the activity rates of higher-educated women can reach as high as 65%,

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Mattio Chairman

19‏‏/1‏‏/1438 بعد الهجرة Gender Discrimination in Jordan. Date: Monday, December 2, 2019. Conducted by the Information and Research Center in partnership with UN Women and generously supported by the Government of Netherlands, the objective of this study is to explore the prevalence and root causes of gender discrimination and patriarchy in Jordan.

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Noe Ahmad

between application in the public and private sectors. Men earn nearly double that of women in the private sector and for this reason women prefer to work for the public sector which also has the advantage of fixed working hours [5]. Some regulations promote the concept of women's work as a secondary character and reduce the incentives for married

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Jason Arial

Women and girls are disproportionately affected by issues related to gender inequality, yet it is clear that by tackling these issues and improving equality for women, the benefits will be felt by entire communities. Kay Tancock, Publisher of Elsevier's geography journals, says Providing women and girls with equal access to education, health care, decent work, and representation in political and economic decision-making UN definition: Eliminate all forms of violence against all women and girls in the public and private spheres, including trafficking and sexual and...

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Syed Mohammed

the private sector definition: 1. businesses and industries that are not owned or controlled by the government: 2. businesses and…. Since then, a major overhaul of the water sector has been taking place, and much hope has been placed in private-sector participation. Discrimination is any instance of treating someone badly because of his or her characteristics. In the U.S, Title VII enforces equal hiring policies for women and men. Most free societies believe that Discriminatory behavior is also prohibited in the work place in the United States and in many other...