Exhibition kicks off on Rainbow Street

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AMMAN — The Public Security Directorate, in cooperation with the Injaz Association for Community Awareness, organized an exhibition on Rainbow Street on Thursday for products made by inmates.اضافة اعلان

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The exhibition was called “Made with Determination.”

Maj. Raed Al-Saudi, head of programs at the Correction and Rehabilitation Centers Department, said that the exhibition aimed to give inmates confidence in their ability to work and produce, in order to help them reintegrate into society after they leave corrections.

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The exhibition showcased handicrafts, copper and ceramic work, textiles and furniture prepared by the inmates after taking part in training programs. Saudi added that the exhibition will last for three days.

The opening ceremony was attended by the Deputy Director of the Correction and Rehabilitation Centers Department Brig. Gen. Ashraf Al-Omari, public security officers, and those involved with human rights organizations.

The exhibition also included five pavilions inside the Jara Association’s headquarters of the Jara Association.

Saudi told Jordan News that "we have completed 95 percent of the (planned) online store that will display the products, and the proceeds will be returned to the inmates and go into repair centers."

This exhibition is held every year, but the pandemic interrupted the last two years.

Majida Hassan one of the visitors told Jordan News, "I came from Souf, Jerash, I used to visit this exhibition.”

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