This project is managed by the National Centre for Human Rights (NCHR) in partnership with the Ministry of Planning and International Cooperation (MOPIC) and support of the European Union (EU).
The National Centre for Human Rights was established in 2006 to protect human rights, promote its culture, monitor its status, provide legal consultations and assistance, handle complaints, and observe human rights violations with a view to end them and eliminate their effects.
The EU in Jordan
The European Union (EU) is a close partner of Jordan and is accompanying it in its reform process. For Jordanians promoting socio-economic development and rule of law are the top concerns, the EU is in Jordan to provide support in these sectors; and taking effective action responding to the economic challenges and the Syria crisis. In cooperation with the Jordanian leadership, the EU also aims at supporting greater social justice and economic prosperity to the people of Jordan.
The main role for MoPIC is developing the Jordanian society economically, socially and culturally in addition to enhancing the human development aspect, in light of the existing and future needs in order to improve Jordanians’ standards of living, through participatory planning on both local and national levels, and to provide and coordinate assistance through an integrated framework in cooperation with the government institutions, international donor community and civil society organizations.