Innovation

JU: teenage musique electronique merveille

How does a 17-year-old become the youngest producer in Amman? One girl is looking to change the music industry with her electronic style and finesse.

Inspiring change through fashion: the story of a young black entrepreneur

Is racism fueling the “black” fashion industry? How is one American-Muslim facing this?

Passion meets innovation

How did two video game geeks turn their childhood dream into a well-known international company? Turns out video games are not just all fun and games, check out how a two-team initiative is transforming Jordan’s tech industry.

A new look into education: how to deal with a refugee climate

In a world where refugees and migration are prominant subjects, how should the development and education sector react to this? One university is looking to tackle this through a one-of-a-kind program.

Crocheting a challenge

In a world where consumerism is essential, can the art of giving gifts still be considered as genuine? One Jordanian local is trying to reshape this culture into something more heartfelt — through the use of a hook and some yarn.

Gender roles: worth the time off cooking?

How can one woman empower women through the use of handicrafts? One Jordanian local looks to do just that through utilising existing talents in the community.

A new way of farming: a man’s journey for Jordan’s eco-future

A man is looking to create a greener way of producing income for Jordan.

Making change from garbage: A man’s path to Jordan’s green forthcoming

One Jordanian is increasing education about recycling from his very own recyclable inventions.

Four girls and a country of plastic: the answer for Jordan’s future?

Four thirteen years olds aim to create a brighter future for their country through recycling.

Creating a future from dance: the path to change

One dancer from Jordan is trying to create the change his country needs from his art form.

Crowd-sourcing litter pick-up: the key to environmental prosperity?

One man is trying to clean up the planet through a mobile app.

Expanding childhood education with coding: the story of two mothers

Two mothers and entrepreneurs aim to make difference in childhood education through the world of coding and technology.

You educate women, you change the world: the path of a woman’s empowerment efforts

One Nigerian woman is trying to fight for girls/women voices in her country through the power of education effective guidance.

The systemic impacts of films: a boy, Forrest Gump, & a global community

One filmmaker tries to see the word through different lenses, in the hopes of creating a better world.

The knowledge of being a cross-traveller

An Ethiopian refugee explains his story and the great life lessons from the hardships of a life traveler.

The journey of a mobile bookshop

“All of us are – meaning, I conclude every human being on this earth – that does not like the way things are going and all of us aspire for change,”
One guy trying to make change from his love of books.

Is Jordan the next women’s Silicon Valley?

Could Jordan be the next big thing for women entrepreneurs? In a world where women make up most of the population, one entrepreneur and his development agency are trying to prove that there is nothing a woman can’t do.

The Jordan River: A journey of peace for Jordan, Palestine, & Israel

“Our uniqueness is the concept of what we do; politics divide people while environment knows no borders. And getting people to work instead of arguing is the best way forward.”
Can Jordan, Palestine, and Israel finally be united?

The power of alternative Arab music

“These types of music don’t give a shit about real music, they don’t give a shit about the lyrics, they just want to make money.”
How can music change society? And how does this one alternative music lover looks to make a difference for his region.

The powerhouse toolkit that can help reach 100% renewables

Is renewable energy really impossible by 2030? Read one organisation’s efforts in creating the perfect tool for sustainability.