Cooperation Circles in Jordan

URI MENA Cooperation Circles (CCs) welcome and honor diversity. Each group has a minimum of seven members and includes people from at least three different religions, spiritual expressions, or indigenous traditions. Individuals, associations and organizations can join a Cooperation Circle. The CCs are the heart of URI MENA’s work and are created by people who share a common vision: that our religious and spiritual lives, rather than divide us, can guide us to build community and respect for one another. 

They are active in Environment, Health and Social Services, Peacebuilding and Conflict Transformation, and Youth.
They concentrate on Youth, Environment, Community Capacity Building, Women, Human Rights, Education.
They focus on Human Rights, Interfaith and Intercultural Dialogue, Peacebuilding, Youth, and Community Service.
Masar is a youth based organization that works on peace, co-existence and dialogue between Jews and Arabs.
Qudrat is focussing on community development through empowerment, leadership, capacity building and networking.
Desert Bloom promotes cross cultural understanding and cooperation between people of different cultures and faiths.
They are working with Youth to instill that everybody is a human being regardless their differences.
Jordan Seeds of Peace are working with young people in Amman on Peacebuilding and Conflict Transformation.
Mercy is a group of adults and young people who empower less fortunate youth in Amman.
Shoura works on ensuring that gender equality is effectively mainstreamed when providing developmental services.
They are focusing on projects about Interfaith and Interculutural Dialogue in Al-Jubaiha and all of Jordan.
Iris Women is working on mobilizing women to promote the rights of women on a national and international level.
In Mafrak they are supporting Orphans and Widows in the areas of Humanitarian Aid and Community Building.
Naya members have been actively engaged in interfaith, coexistence and community service in Irbid.