The Netherlands Embassy in Amman Jordan
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- Netherlands Embassy in Amman
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In February 2010, the Netherlands Embassy in Amman moved to its new location in Abdoun Al Shamali. The new chancery is an environmentally friendly and energy efficient building. The building was designed by architect Rudy Uytenhaak, who was awarded the Dutch “Architect of the Year” Award in 2008.
Nominations for the 2015 Human Rights Tulip opened June 15. Until 15 July, anyone can nominate a candidate on the website www.humanrightstulip.nl. The Human Rights Tulip is the Dutch government’s human rights award.
The Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research (NWO) and its Security & Rule of Law research programme provides grants for research and/or ideas that contribute to new knowledge and insights on improvement of security and rule of law policies and interventions in specific fragile and conflict affected settings in Low and Middle Income Countri ...
|Address||Abu Bakr Siraj Al-Din Street 3 Abdoun Al Shamali Amman Jordan|
+962 6 5902200
June 18, 2015 Nominations for the 2015 Human Rights Tulip opened June 15. Until 15 July, anyone can nominate a candidate on the website www.humanrightstulip.nl. The Human Rights Tulip is the Dutch government’s human rights award. Foreign minister Bert Koenders will present the prize and the bronze tulip-shaped statue to the winner on 10 December, International Human Rights Day.
June 17, 2015 The situation of women’s rights and the equal treatment of women worldwide seem to improve gradually. Nevertheless, the pace of improvement is too slow according to Dutch Minister Ploumen of Foreign Trade and Development Cooperation. Therefore, the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs introduces the second edition of the programme FLOW. FLOW stands for ‘Funding Leadership Opportunities for Women’. FLOW finances programmes in low- and middle-income countries + China, Malaysia, Thailand, Jordan, Algeria, Iran, Lebanon, Libya and Tunisia.