The Slow Enclosure of Jordan’s Civil Society, with Sara Kayyali

Published September 8th, 2020 - 11:09 GMT
Protesters gather in Amman /AFP
Protesters gather in Amman /AFP
Since late 2016, the Jordanian government has been slowly stifling civil society organizations and media outlets. Through a combination of subtle acts of intimidation, cooptations, overt crackdowns, and passage of new laws restricting dissent, Jordan’s political landscape has been radically changed. Gateway - A Podcast from the Middle East · The Slow Enclosure of Jordan’s Civil Society, with Sara Kayyali The most dramatic example of this years-long strategy has been the ongoing

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