King Abdullah Mosque
Visiting King Abdullah Mosque in Amman turned out to be quite different than expected.Go to →
Al-Baqa’a is my voice
Al-Baqa’a is so much more than a soccer club at the bottom of the Jordanian Premier League.Go to →
Jordan's future journalists
Yasar Durra tries to teach future journalists in Jordan to navigate between professional competence and lack of press freedom.Go to →
Mission freedom of press
Nidal Mansour has made it his mission to defend journalist's rights in Arabic countries.Go to →
7iber is a medium that braves Jordan’s inhibited press freedom.Go to →
Being a pregnant journalist
Sara Williams is a Canadian journalist in war-torn Middle East. Now she's pregnant, but that's not supposed to change a thing.Go to →
Party in the desert
An ’authentic’ Beduin experience at Oasis Desert Camp in Jordan turned out to be very different than expected. (In Danish)Go to →
"My children were in danger"
Adira and her children took the potentially fatal flight through war-torn Syria.Go to →
"I'm afraid to die"
25 year old Fateh fled Syria, but the war still haunts him.Go to →
Jordan under pressure
The Middle East refugee crisis has put neighbouring regions under strain. Jordan is one of the countries under a lot of strain.Go to →
Three friends in Amman
Jordanian Asma, Ola and Wala’a worry about tourists staying away from their home country. (In Danish)Go to →
The nothingsness of the desert
The rugged beauty of the Wadi Rum desert makes human life feel humble.
Tourism boom in Jordan
While Jordan's neighbouring countries suffer from war and unrest, Jordan profits by growing tourism.