Partnership Center for Democracy
To engage and mobilize a pro-democracy youth cadre around community issues. PCD will hold 45 weekly seminars and 45 public events at its Madaba center, and 18 public meetings at its Irbid office, engaging youth on community issues. PCD will focus on youth involvement and use its program to recruit and train youth in civic activism. PCD will work with youth volunteers on developing community initiatives, and direct their efforts in running, campaigning or voting in the 2013 parliamentary elections.
Vision Institute for Civil Society Studies
To engage civil society in legislative processes and its oversight. The Vision Institute will lead a national dialogue among civil society organizations on the constitutionality and impact of provisional laws, and explore potential amendments. The Vision Institute will produce three booklets in a new series, Your Law Made Easy, on the labor law, social security law and personal status law, and lead six awareness workshops on this set of laws.
Visions Center for Strategic and Development Studies
To strengthen citizen understanding and application of access to justice. The center will conduct three three-day training courses on the rule of law, human rights, civic responsibilities and citizen rights, legal and judicial reform, and political reform and transformation, for 90 local civil society representatives; and lead six two-day discussion roundtables on the rule of law for 25 judicial and legislative officials.
Grant descriptions are from the 2012 NED Annual Report.