A national institution established in 2008 in the Governorate of Karak in the south of the capital Amman. The center aims to build and enhance the capacities of women and youth, and thereby contribute to their economic, political and legal empowerment and to improve their skills and to provide opportunities for equal and effective participation in the development of society within a framework that respects the principles of democracy, human rights and the rule of law.
Towards a society of equal opportunities, achieving justice, and consolidating the participatory approach in accordance with relevant best international practices, and inconsistency with the legal framework and the national interests. This is realized through quality tools built according to the programs’ application requirements.
The Center seeks to expand its work in terms of the target groups, the programs, and the geographical spread in the northern, central and southern regions of the Kingdom in order to enhance the access of the various categories of society to the expertise and skills provided by the Center.
Activating the role of civil society organizations, which contributes to promoting the participation of all segments of society in the decision-making process, especially women and youth, through building their capacities and raising their awareness of the concepts and requirements of the comprehensive and sustainable community development.
Providing consultations, and preparing studies and research; Holding local and international conferences and workshops; Organizing training courses and awareness campaigns; Organizing advocacy initiatives, making recommendations, and preparing policy papers; Promoting dialogue through workshops.
Karak Castle Center works with international organizations, donors, and local organizations who share the same vision. Here are KCC partners: