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Post-Daesh and Still Desperate: The Ongoing Drivers ...

Despite the military defeat of Daesh, many of the drivers which initially encouraged individuals to join a violent extremist group have not been addressed. Radicalisation does not occur in a vacuum...

Unpacking (and Re-packing) the Refugees Compact Expe...

Dr Erica Harper evaluates the two years after the London Compact Agreements were signed. The article discusses the policy context in which the Agreements were formed, the missteps along the way and...

From Blades to Brains: A New Battleground

With the recent military defeat of Daesh, the group has lost grip on its Caliphate. What remains, however, is the ideological appeal of joining its cause. In this vein, Preventing/Countering Violen...

Engendering Extremism: Gender Equality and Radicalis...

It has been suggested that 3,000 of the 20,000 foreign fighters who have travelled to join Daesh have been women, and while focus has primarily been upon those who came from the West, women from th...

Syrian Refugee Labour Integration Policy in Jordan

This paper reviews the first year of the Jordan Compact and Syrian Refugee Labour Integration Policy.

Jordan’s Recent Economic Performance: Implications f...

The past six years have been transformative for the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan. As a result of the civil war in Syria, the country has absorbed more than 660,000 Syrian refugees according to the U...

A Guidance Note for SDG Implementation in Jordan: Wa...

Jordan has one of the lowest levels of water resource availability in the world. An already difficult situation is being exacerbated by the impacts of climate change. Jordan is also one of the few ...

Journey Mapping of Select Jordanian Fighters

Despite significant knowledge around the drivers of radicalisation, little is known about the motivations, influences and/or stressors in play when someone harbouring radical ideology decides to jo...

Decoupling National Water Needs for National Water S...

This report analyses and compares the water allocation and management experience of Jordan,
Palestine and Israel using the lens of economic and resource decoupling to highlight past trends
and fu...

Facilitating a Hima Resurgence: Understanding the Li...

Today, traditional land management systems are increasingly at risk. This has consequences, not only for land sustainability but also for the livelihoods and welfare of those depending on such land...