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To create the conditions for more reliable, professional coverage of political, parliamentary and electoral news in Jordan.
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In the wake of the Arab Springs, Jordan has been implementing a series of constitutional and political reforms aimed at building a "dynamic democracy". These reforms are based on progressive consolidation of the parliamentary system, active citizen participation and the strengthening of political parties. In line with its strategy for promoting the rule of law, the European Union (EU) has launched a programme in support of this reform process in Jordan.
As vectors of transparency and citizen information, the media play a crucial role in the democratic process. The media segment of the JDID, implemented by CFI, includes training political journalists and also raising the awareness of elected representatives to the need to communicate with the media. It also provides support to the independent electoral commission in setting up a unit to monitor election and ballot coverage by the media.
'Le Parlement': a Jordanian podcast bringing citizens and Members of Parliament together
March 7, 2019
Within the EU-JDID programme, CFI provides support for the production of a political audio programme titled Le Parlement [Parliament] that brings Jordanian citizens and MPs together in an environment where they are able to interact on the latest political and parliamentary developments in the country.