JID News

[13/11/2014]: Dr. Omar Rifai, Director of Jordan Institute of Diplomacy (JID) opened the Regional Practitioner Workshop on "Strategic Approaches to Humanitarian Protection: Refugee Response and Humanitarian Negotiation", at JID. The workshop which was organized by the Advanced Training Program on Humanitarian Action (ATHA)/Harvard University and JID, is intended to pilot the creation of an informal platform of professional exchange on key operational and legal dilemmas of humanitarian protection, in this case the Middle East. A group of 12 professionals coming from international agencies have participated in the workshop. The workshop was facilitated by Claude Bruderlein, Lecturer and Senior Researcher, Harvard Kennedy School of Government, Harvard School of Public Health; Strategic Advisor, ICRC. [details]
[2-6/11/2014]: Jordan Institute of Diplomacy (JID) has organized a specialized training program in the field of "Consular, Etiquette and Protocol Skills", for a period of five days. The training program was designed to fulfill the needs of the newly posted financial attaches that are currently working in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Expatriates. The program also included relevant field visits. [details]
[9/11/2014]: Dr. Omar Rifai, Director of Jordan Institute of Diplomacy welcomed in his office Mr. Greg Shapland the Research Counsellor for the Middle East and North Africa in the British Foreign and Commonwealth Office who is visiting Jordan. The main purpose of his visit to JID is to have a feedback about the current regional issues mainly the recent developments in Jerusalem and the international coalition to fight ISIL (Da'sh). The meeting was attended by Mr. Mohammed Al Mousawi Sec Secretary Economics at the British Embassy in Jordan and Ms. Ruba Zinati Head of International Cooperation at JID.
[2-6/11/2014]: Jordan Institute of Diplomacy (JID) has organized a training program on the "Development of Administrative Knowledge and Skills" for a period of five days-thirty credit hours. This training program is mandatory for employees who are candidates for promotion; eighteen employees from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Expatriates have participated in the program, which consisted of several topics dealing with career ethics of loyalty and belonging, code of ethics, developing the institutional culture, strategic planning and knowledge management. At the end of the program the participants were handed their certificates by Dr. Amani Jarar the Director of the training Department at JID. [details]





The Jordanian Diplomat: The JID continues to publish this periodical in cooperation with the Jordanian Ministry of Foreign Affairs as a public information and education instrument in addition to its role in providing an opportunity for the discussion of major internal as well as external issues of interest to the country.
1. Vol.2 No.2 March-June 2011 ( PDF file)

Opinions and Research Series 10: The Impact of Higher Education on the Development of Community and Society, H.R.H. Prince El-Hassan Bin Talal.

Opinions and Research Series 9: Peace Making in the Middle East: Mission Possible, Dr. Eberhard Rhein. Language: English

Opinions and Research Series 8: China's Road to Development and its Prospects, Ambassador Mei Zhaorong. Language: English

Diplomatic Handbook , Ralph G. Feltham, Translated by Dr. Yaseen Istanbuli, 2007.

The Partnership Initiative between Human Rights Civil Society Organizations and the Government, 2006.

Social Diplomatic Behavior in Brief (Etiquette and Protocol), Salwa Sate' Al-Hussari, 1999.

Arab Oil and Diplomacy: Towards the 21st Century, Dr. F.A. Daghestani, and Dr. Wijdan Ali, ed., 1999.