Anti-government activists and supporters of Jordan's King Abdullah are both calling for reform in Jordan.
Popular protests in places like Egypt and Libya are still about convincing the country's elites.
The monarchy in Morocco is trying to tackle poverty in an attempt to hold back protests.
Women are working hard to reshape attitudes toward women’s rights and domestic violence in Saudi Arabia.
Morocco's King Mohammed VI has a reputation as a moderate, but many in the country are demanding more change.
A protester from the streets of Libya talks about the situation in the country and his hopes for the future.
The UK Uncut protest movement is trying to force the government to reverse budget cuts by pushing corporations to pay more taxes.
Women have a long history of activism in Egypt, and the protests against Hosni Mubarak in Tahrir Square were no different.
In 1998, Indonesia rose up in pro-democracy protests, enacting sweeping changes throughout the country. The Middle East should learn take heed.
Protests have broken out across the Arab world, after the protests in Egypt toppled the Mubarak regime. Could Jordan be next?