The Foreign Correspondent Study Tour
“I am proud to be a plumber. My children are proud of me, my husband is proud of me and so are my neighbours."
Computer classes, yoga and exercise programs are just some of the ways refugees in Jordan are regaining a sense of normalcy.
Street art is thriving in Jordan's capital, and unlike Sydney or Melbourne, there are plenty of blank walls and not a lot of competition.
Despite boasting high numbers of female graduates, women make up only 13 per cent of the workforce in Jordan. This program is trying to change that.
“The Jordanian people are like country Australians. They are decent, friendly, hard-working people."
The quintessential American sport has found a home in Jordan.
The ancient sport of camel racing has been brought into the 21st century.
Jordan’s gaming labs are breeding a new generation of producers, with a push for more Arabic content in games.
The Al-Balad Theatre in downtown Amman, Jordan, fights to deliver independent art to the country's people, despite a lack of funding.
Rapper Satti is bridging the divide between 90s and Arab hip hop in a bid to put Jordan on the international hip hop map.
An unregulated animal breeding industry has contributed to the thousands of strays in Jordan, but one group of animal lovers is improving the living conditions...
Home to one of the most diverse reefs in the world, the Red Sea is facing its toughest battle yet, as locals fight to save over 400 species of coral.
Jordanian designers are breathing new life into traditional Middle Eastern garments and sending ripples across the international fashion industry.
There are 150 women who are preaching Islam to combat extremism in Jordan, and they're led by Amman’s most experienced Sheikha, Khawla Basheer Abdeen.
The ancient Arabic treatment is touted to clean your blood and boost your health. We examine how the age-old process of ‘blood letting’ actually works.