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‘Education must for national development’

‘Education must for national development’

PESHAWAR- Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Minister for Local Bodies Inayatullah Khan has said that education is inevitable for national development. He said that if we were really interested in development then we would have to give top priority to education. Addressing the ... Read More »

IPDC NEWS BULLETIN TRAINING COURSE SUCCESSFULLY COMPLETED IN QUETTA SERENA

IPDC NEWS BULLETIN TRAINING COURSE SUCCESSFULLY COMPLETED IN QUETTA SERENA

“Provincial government is sincere in addressing issues of women journalists and we are making efforts for resolving issues of women whereas Media is the World’s most powerful tool and it’s an art that we should know how to use, and ... Read More »

FOUR DAY TRAINING WORKSHOP ON PRODUCTION OF NEWS BULLETIN IN HYDERABAD (4th June – 7th June 2013)

FOUR DAY TRAINING WORKSHOP ON PRODUCTION OF NEWS BULLETIN IN HYDERABAD (4th June – 7th June 2013)

Women Media Center Pakistan has arranged a four day training workshop funded by the UNESCO’s International Program for the Development of Communication (IPDC) in Hyderabad at Training Resource Center to enhance the skills of print and electronic female journalists & students ... Read More »

Strengthening the Capacity of Pakistan’s Women TV Journalists

Strengthening the Capacity of Pakistan’s Women TV Journalists

A four-day workshop for Pakistan’s women television journalists and funded by the UNESCO’s International Programme for the Development of Communication (IPDC) has concluded on 13th April, in Karachi. A total of 17 journalists working for different TV channels participated in ... Read More »

An IPDC-funded workshop for Pakistan’s women TV journalists kicked-off in Karachi

An IPDC-funded workshop for Pakistan’s women TV journalists kicked-off in Karachi

  A four-day workshop for Pakistan’s women television journalists and funded by the UNESCO’s International Programme for the Development of Communication (IPDC) has kicked-off on 10 April, and will last until 13 April, in Karachi. A total of 17 journalists working ... Read More »