Leading Women and Their Place in the Three Authorities

Jehan Khalid Samara Alzoubi

Abstract


Highlight the status of women in the leadership of the three authorities and the positive role of women’s participation in political and public life in the country. Moreover, stand on the most important problems that prevent the advancement of women and give suggestions to support their success and progress.


Keywords


Leading women; Decision-making; Jordanian legislation

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/%25x

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