Jordan/ 4. Current issues in cultural policy development and debate  

4.2.4 Cultural diversity and inclusion policies

It's difficult to talk about significant cultural diversity in Jordanian society because the whole of society is almost one entity, even with the existence of small minorities, these have been perfectly  harmonised and engaged in the fabric of society. However, these minorities have maintained their languages and cultures within their communities, and have had their clubs, events, popular groups and their own practices unaffected. Among these minorities are the Circassia, Armenian, Kurdish, Chechen, and Druze. 


Chapter published: 04-05-2016


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