Mapping of Collective Actions in Jordan
Publication Date: 2019
The mapping of collective actions in Jordan tracks mobilisations by groups of people whose goal is to achieve a common objective.
Each mapped collective action is based on a typology devised by the Centre for Social Sciences Research and Action.
The objective of this database is to explore collective actions by providing accurate data and relevant information on mobilisations happening in the country.
Explore the interactive charts below the table.
Data collection for this mapping is done by the CeSSRA team.
Information sources: Media reports, NGO reports, aid actors reports, as well as first-hand data collected by the CeSSRA team.
Period covered by data collection: September 1st, 2019 - till present.
Displaying 41 - 50 of 826
|Title||Actors / Mobilising structures||Cause/ Grievances/ Framing CA||Mode of action||Objective||State response||Location||Country||Date|
|Workers of the Municipality of Mafraq stage a strike to demand the respect of their social security rights||Workers group: Public Sector||Access to socio-eco rights: Social security and protection||Strike / Strike announcement||Demands for rights / Services||N/A||Mafraq||Jordan||December 3, 2020|
|Drivers operating on the Ramtha-Syria route stage a protest against the Covid-19 closure of the Syrian border||Workers group: Self-employed||Policy grievances, Access to socio-eco rights: Social security and protection||Sit-in||Protest of a policy / Governmental measure, Demands for rights / Services||N/A||Ramtha||Jordan||November 25, 2020|
|UNRWA employees stage sit-ins across the Kingdom to protest the decision of the agency to deduct part of their wages||Workers group: Union / Syndicate||Access to socio-eco rights: Labour rights||Sit-in||Demands for rights / Services||N/A||National||Jordan||November 17, 2020|
|Workers of the sport sector stage a sit-in in front of the Ministry of Industry and Trade to demand the reopening of their activities after Covid-related closures, demanding compensations||Workers group: Self-employed||Policy grievances, Access to socio-eco rights: Social security and protection||Sit-in||Protest of a policy / Governmental measure, Demands for rights / Services||N/A||Amman||Jordan||November 16, 2020|
|Migrant workers of an industrial plant of Hussein Industrial city stage a protest stand to demand a working holiday to celebrate the funeral of a dead colleague||Workers group: Migrant workers||Access to socio-eco rights: Labour rights||Demonstration||Demands for rights / Services||N/A||Hussein Industrial City (Irbid)||Jordan||November 15, 2020|
|Drivers operating at the Allenby Bridge stage a sit-in at Ministry of Transportations to protest the concurrence of car-pooling apps and unlicensed drivers||Workers group: Self-employed, Collective / Informal group||Corporatist grievances||Sit-in||Demands for rights / Services||N/A||Amman||Jordan||November 3, 2020|
|Owners of nurseries and working mothers stage a sit-in in front of the Ministry of Social Development protest against the Covid-related closures of nurseries||Workers group: Self-employed||Policy grievances, Access to socio-eco rights: Social security and protection||Sit-in||Protest of a policy / Governmental measure, Demands for rights / Services||N/A||Amman||Jordan||October 21, 2020|
|Owners of private schools stage a sit-in in front of Irbid Education Directorate to protest against the decision to impose distance learning to contain Covd-19||Workers group: Self-employed||Policy grievances||Sit-in||Protest of a policy / Governmental measure||N/A||Irbid||Jordan||October 11, 2020|
|Yarmouk University’s administrative staff demands greater bonuses||Workers group: Public Sector||Corporate grievances||Sit-in||Demands for rights / Services||Bargaining||Irbid||Jordan||October 11, 2020|
|Shopkeepers of an Amman Mall close their shops to demand a reduction of their rent by 50% as a compensation for the losses produced by the Covid-19 pandemic||Workers group: Self-employed||Corporate grievances||Other||Other||N/A||Amman||Jordan||September 30, 2020|