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- Data sheet 2 -

Programmes, projects and activities in the field of intangible cultural heritage

This data sheet, preferably filled in electronically39, is aimed at extensive data-gathering within the framework of the assessments on national capacities for implementing the Convention for the Safeguarding of Intangible Cultural Heritage (please refer to the background document to guide national assessments40). It will provide comprehensive information on any programmes, projects and activities related to intangible cultural heritage, in particular to its safeguarding, as referred to in the assessment guidelines.

1. Name of the programme, project or activity

Please provide the full name in its original language as well as in French and/or English.



Know Your Country Programmeاعرف بلدك

My Home بيتي

Festivals مهرجانات

Revitalization of Traditional Crafts إحياء المهن التراثية القديمة

There is a list of programmes ( in Arabic) for the Safeguarding of Intangible Cultural Heritage attached to the report




2. Competent body involved

This section should provide the name and contact information of the competent body (agency, museum, institution, manager, etc.) with responsibility for the programme, project or activity.



Name of the competent body: Jordan Radio and Television Corporation

Name of a contact person: Mrs Manal Khalaf

Postal address: P.O Box 1041 Amman

Country: Jordan

Website: www.jrtv.gov.jo

Tel: 00962 6 4773111

Fax: 00962 6 4744662

E-mail: khalafmanal@yahoo.com




3. Geographical scope

This section should identify the locations in which the programme, project or activity is carried out. Please indicate whether it is primarily local, national, sub-regional or international in scope and specify the location (name of city(es), district(s), country(ies)).



 local

 national

 sub-regional

 international

Please specify:

Cooperation with the International Arab Radios Union

International – French Cooperation


4. Domain(s) represented by the programme, project or activity

Identify the domain(s) of intangible cultural heritage included within the programme, project or activity, which might include one or more of the domains identified in Article 2.2 of the Convention.



 oral traditions and expressions

 performing arts

 social practices, rituals and festive events

 knowledge and practices concerning nature and the universe

 traditional craftsmanship

 other domains - please specify: Discovery of extinct careers, folkloric songs and traditional hand games.




5. Community, group or, if applicable, individuals concerned

Identify clearly the community(ies), group(s) or, if applicable, individuals concerned with the programme, project or activity.



T.V spectators


6. Description of the programme, project or activity

Please provide a succinct description of the programme, project or activity and its main elements. If it is completed or in-progress, please describe what actually happened or is underway. If it is only planned, describe what is intended and can reasonably be expected to happen within its scope.

More specifically, you may wish to :


  • describe the situation that led to the creation of the programme, project or activity—what safeguarding needs were identified and by whom, and how priorities and objectives were identified and established;

  • describe the specific safeguarding measures the programme, project or activity includes and why they were selected. You may also wish to underline any innovative methods or modalities involved, if any;

  • in case of commercial/touristic activities related to intangible cultural heritage, address to what extent it contributes to its safeguarding, being aware that commercial and/or touristic activities may also, under specific circumstances, threaten the viability of intangible cultural heritage.

If already completed, please show how the programme, project or activity has demonstrated effectiveness in contributing to the viability of the intangible cultural heritage concerned. If it is still underway or planned, show how it can reasonably be expected to contribute substantially to the viability of the intangible cultural heritage concerned. Please explain how the results of the programme, project or activity have been or will be assessed.

There are many programmes that cover traditions, habits, culture, handicrafts, civilization and achievements of Jordan. These programmes aim to promote tourism in Jordan and to safeguard tangible and intangible heritage, i.e. the programmes deal with all domains of intangible cultural heritage in Jordan.


7. Community participation and consent

Please describe how the community, group or, if applicable, individuals concerned have participated (or will participate) in the programme, project or activity at all stages of planning and implementation and how they have consented to it.



Jordan TV spectators, researchers, scholars and interested parties.




- Data sheet 1-

Governmental and nongovernmental bodies
specialized in the field of intangible cultural heritage


This data sheet, preferably filled in electronically41, is aimed at extensive data-gathering within the framework of the assessments on national capacities for implementing the Convention for the Safeguarding of Intangible Cultural Heritage (please refer to the background document to guide national assessments42). It will provide comprehensive information on any institutions/organizations active in the field of intangible cultural heritage as referred to in the assessment guidelines.

1. Name

Please provide the full official name of the institution/organization, in its original language as well as in French and/or English.



Al-Jeel Al-Jadeed Club

نادي الجيل الجديد


2. Address

Please provide the complete postal address of the institution/organization, as well as additional contact information such as its telephone or fax numbers, e-mail address, website, etc.



Postal address: P. O. Box 1721 Amman 11118 Jordan

Country: Jordan

Website: www.aljeelaljadeed.com

Tel: 0096265810611

Fax: 0096265810612

E-mail: info@aljeelaljadeed.com




3. Status

Specify whether the institution/organization is a governmental entity (ministry, university, museum, etc.) or a non-governmental entity (such as associations, organizations, community centres, grassroots associations, clubs, guilds, steering committees, etc.) and indicate its recognized legal personality.



 governmental, please specify:      

 non-governmental, please specify: Club




4. Date of its founding or approximate duration of its existence

Please state when the institution/organization came into existence.



In 1950


5. Geographical scope

Please identify the geographical scope where the institution/organization actively operates. Please indicate whether it is primarily local, national, sub-regional or international in scope and specify the location (name of city(es), district(s), country(ies)).



 local

 national

 regional

 international

Please specify:

Amman – 7th Circle – Ibrahim Qatan St.




6. Activities in the field of safeguarding intangible cultural heritage

6.a. Domain(s) in which the institution/organization is active

Please check one or more boxes to indicate the primary domains in which the institution/organization is most active. If its activities involve domains other than those listed, please check “other domains” and indicate which domains are concerned.



 oral traditions and expressions

 performing arts

 social practices, rituals and festive events

 knowledge and practices concerning nature and the universe

 traditional craftsmanship

 other domains - please specify: Safeguarding the Circassian heritage and folklore such as playing music, musical instruments, habits and traditions, traditional costumes, folkloric performance (dancing) and the Circassian language (an unwritten language).




6.b. Primary safeguarding activities in which the institution/organization is involved

Please check one or more boxes to indicate the institution/organization’s primary safeguarding activities. If its activities involve safeguarding measures not listed here, please check ‘other safeguarding measures’ and specify which ones are concerned.



 identification, documentation, research (including inventory-making)

 preservation, protection

 promotion, enhancement

 transmission, formal or non-formal education

 revitalization

 other safeguarding measures - please specify:      




6.c. Description of the institution/organization’s activities

Briefly describe the recent activities and relevant experience in safeguarding intangible cultural heritage. Please provide information on the personnel and membership of the institution/organization, describe its competence and expertise in the domain of intangible cultural heritage and explain how its personnel or members acquired such competence.


Al Jeel Al Jadeed Circassian club was established in 1950. It was one of the first cultural clubs in the Kingdom. Over the past six decades, it has served as an academy teaching thousands of young Circassians about their roots and traditions .


The activities:

  1. Establishment of a non-profit folkloric playing band to safeguard the Circassian heritage.

  2. Children band for learning the principles of Circassian folkloric performance (dancing).

Note: All members, trainers and persons in charge are experienced volunteers.


7. Experiences in cooperating with communities, groups and intangible cultural heritage practitioners

Briefly describe any experiences of the institution/organization in cooperating in a spirit of mutual respect with communities, groups and, where appropriate, individuals that create, maintain and transmit intangible cultural heritage.



  1. Participating in the activities of associations and companies that support charitable activities.

  2. Participating in all national occasions of humane aims.

  3. Participating in the commemoration of the expulsion of Circassians from their country.

  4. Participating in upgrading Jordan national heritage.

  5. Commemorate the establishment of Amman City by founding a Circassian village as built by ancestors when they came to Amman.





- Data sheet 2 -

Programmes, projects and activities in the field of intangible cultural heritage

This data sheet, preferably filled in electronically43, is aimed at extensive data-gathering within the framework of the assessments on national capacities for implementing the Convention for the Safeguarding of Intangible Cultural Heritage (please refer to the background document to guide national assessments44). It will provide comprehensive information on any programmes, projects and activities related to intangible cultural heritage, in particular to its safeguarding, as referred to in the assessment guidelines.

1. Name of the programme, project or activity

Please provide the full name in its original language as well as in French and/or English.



1. Teaching Circassian folklore and dancing and safeguarding them.

تعليم الرقص والفلكلور الشركسي والمحافظة عليه

2. Teaching Circassian singing and playing music and safeguarding them.

تعليم العزف والغناء الشركسي والمحافظة عليه

3. Teaching Circassian language. تعليم اللغة الشركسية


2. Competent body involved

This section should provide the name and contact information of the competent body (agency, museum, institution, manager, etc.) with responsibility for the programme, project or activity.



Name of the competent body: Al-Jeel Al-Jadeed Club

Name of a contact person: Eng. Hesham Farouqa

Postal address: P. O. Box 1721 Amman 11118 Jordan

Country: Jordan

Website: www.aljeelaljadeed.com

Tel: 009625810611

Fax: 009625810612

E-mail: info@aljeelaljadeed.com




3. Geographical scope

This section should identify the locations in which the programme, project or activity is carried out. Please indicate whether it is primarily local, national, sub-regional or international in scope and specify the location (name of city(es), district(s), country(ies)).



 local

 national

 sub-regional

 international

Please specify: Amman - Jordan


4. Domain(s) represented by the programme, project or activity

Identify the domain(s) of intangible cultural heritage included within the programme, project or activity, which might include one or more of the domains identified in Article 2.2 of the Convention.



 oral traditions and expressions

 performing arts

 social practices, rituals and festive events

 knowledge and practices concerning nature and the universe

 traditional craftsmanship

 other domains - please specify:




5. Community, group or, if applicable, individuals concerned

Identify clearly the community(ies), group(s) or, if applicable, individuals concerned with the programme, project or activity.



Jordanian citizens from Caucasian origins (Circassians, Chechens, Daghestanis, Abadha).


6. Description of the programme, project or activity

Please provide a succinct description of the programme, project or activity and its main elements. If it is completed or in-progress, please describe what actually happened or is underway. If it is only planned, describe what is intended and can reasonably be expected to happen within its scope.

More specifically, you may wish to :


  • describe the situation that led to the creation of the programme, project or activity—what safeguarding needs were identified and by whom, and how priorities and objectives were identified and established;

  • describe the specific safeguarding measures the programme, project or activity includes and why they were selected. You may also wish to underline any innovative methods or modalities involved, if any;

  • in case of commercial/touristic activities related to intangible cultural heritage, address to what extent it contributes to its safeguarding, being aware that commercial and/or touristic activities may also, under specific circumstances, threaten the viability of intangible cultural heritage.

If already completed, please show how the programme, project or activity has demonstrated effectiveness in contributing to the viability of the intangible cultural heritage concerned. If it is still underway or planned, show how it can reasonably be expected to contribute substantially to the viability of the intangible cultural heritage concerned. Please explain how the results of the programme, project or activity have been or will be assessed.

Setting up an integrated programme to safeguard and disseminate the Caucasian cultural heritage (such as habits and traditions, dancing, playing music, singing and the language).

Al Jeel Al Jadeed Circassian Dance Troupe, which regularly participated in the Jerash Festival for nearly three decades, has also performed in several international festivals in Cyprus, France, Russia, Tunisia, Turkey, the UAE and the US.


All those involved in the production, including over 100 performers, trainers, administrative staff and sound and lighting technicians, are volunteers.
The dances conveyed messages such as Yeslameh, which depicts a love story between a princess and a commoner, and Qafa, a royal dance celebrating life and liberty, characterised by fast-paced movements in harmony with quick, lively music.
Abkhaz is another dance, during which boys and girls challenge each other’s dancing skills, while Thaparefa narrates how knights - both men and women - defended their land.


7. Community participation and consent

Please describe how the community, group or, if applicable, individuals concerned have participated (or will participate) in the programme, project or activity at all stages of planning and implementation and how they have consented to it.



Participating in all national, humane and charitable activities. The Caucasian folkloric activities were accepted by the Jordanian society and the governmental and non-governmental associations.



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