Daily Archives: November 16, 2011

National Assembly passes landmark women’s rights bill

The National Assembly passed a twice-snubbed landmark private bill demanding greater social protection for women. The Prevention of Anti-Women Practices (Criminal Law Amendment) Act 2011, which was authored by Pakistan Muslim League-Quaid MNA Dr Donya Aziz, had remained stuck for three ... Read More »

FELLOWSHIPS AT AUSCHWITZ FOR GRADUATE JOURNALISM STUDENTS

FELLOWSHIPS AT AUSCHWITZ FOR GRADUATE JOURNALISM STUDENTS

Graduate journalism students can apply for two-week summer fellowships in New York, Germany and Poland The Fellowships at Auschwitz for the Study of Professional Ethics (FASPE) will choose 10-15 students to examine the role journalists played in Nazi Germany and the ... Read More »

STANFORD FELLOWSHIP FOR DEMOCRACY, DEVELOPMENT OPEN

STANFORD FELLOWSHIP FOR DEMOCRACY, DEVELOPMENT OPEN

Journalists involved in their country’s economic and political development can apply for a summer fellowship at Stanford University. The Draper Hills Summer Fellowship on Democracy and Development is a three-week program that brings together 25-30 mid-career professionals across all disciplines, ... Read More »