Saba Abu Farha
Saba is a Jordanian journalist. She has bachelor's degree in journalism from Petra University in Amman and a master's degree in digital media from from Jordan Media Institute.
With unemployment high in the kingdom, sources say young people increasingly are buying fake papers and turning to refugee-smuggling rings.
An informal poll of female students in Jordan suggests sexual harassment is a widespread problem.
The quality of Jordanian universities is being called into question after the announcement that many of their students failed an important exam.
In the southern Jordanian desert, many young people are leaving classrooms to join the Islamist army.
The children of Jordanian women and foreign men are treated as foreigners when they apply to Jordanian public universities.
Out of 130 new public university board members, the Jordanian government has only appointed three women.