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Mediation, Crisis and Conflict Prevention. CSS ETH Zurich

Mediation, Crisis and Conflict Prevention. CSS ETH Zurich

In the field of mediation, the CSS combines basic research with process support and training programs. Our diverse set of publications on mediation and conflict resolution benefit ...

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Drive to raise awareness on corruption among students. SED

Drive to raise awareness on corruption among students. SED

The Punjab School Education Department (SED) is going to hold competitions of essay writing, declamation and poster/ painting to raise awareness among students about corruption. T ...

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HED takes notice of poor condition of public colleges

HED takes notice of poor condition of public colleges

  The Punjab Higher Education Department (HED) on Thursday took notice of the poor condition of public colleges of the province. The department wrote to all the directors,dep ...

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New Pakistan PM Khan calls for austerity; wants bullet-proof cars sold

New Pakistan PM Khan calls for austerity; wants bullet-proof cars sold

ISLAMABAD (Reuters) - Pakistan™s new Prime Minister Imran Khan called on Sunday for the rich to start paying taxes and said the country will begin an austerity drive to reduce de ...

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13th Summer School ; Cinema, Human Rights & Advocacy. EIUC Venice Italy.

13th Summer School ; Cinema, Human Rights & Advocacy. EIUC Venice Italy.

  EIUC is glad to announce the 13 th edition of the Summer School in Cinema Human Rights and Advocacy, a training initiative developed by  EIUC and CHRA dedicated to ...

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Social media literacy

Social media literacy

  As there are codes of conduct that we follow in our daily life, there are rules and regulations that one is expected to follow while engaged in social media networks Techno ...

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SDG’s Awareness Campaign at GCU Lahore

SDG’s Awareness Campaign at GCU Lahore

GCU Political Science department. An interactive dialogue & awareness campaign launched by Media Initiatives for Social Change Org with the collaboration of Old Ravians Union ...

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ICJ statement on the UN Human Rights Committee’s Concluding Observations on Pakistan

ICJ statement on the UN Human Rights Committee’s Concluding Observations on Pakistan

The UN Human Rights Committee, the treaty-monitoring body responsible for overseeing states’ compliance with the ICCPR, issued its Concluding Observations and recommendations on ...

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UN DESA Now accepting applications for the 1 million USD  Energy Grant. Together 2030

UN DESA Now accepting applications for the 1 million USD Energy Grant. Together 2030

  We would like to inform you that the 2017 cycle of the UN DESA Energy Grant has started. The thematic focus for 2017 is "Sustainable Energy for Eradicating Poverty and Pro ...

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HEC announces PhD scholarships for Pakistan, AJK nationals for year 2016-17

HEC announces PhD scholarships for Pakistan, AJK nationals for year 2016-17

* Commission has allocated a sum of Rs 300 million in fiscal year 2016-17 for different new schemes, including the scholarships ISLAMABAD: The Higher Education Commission (HEC) ha ...

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Take inequalities in education seriously: UNESCO

Take inequalities in education seriously: UNESCO

  * Study finds that countries with higher levels of inequality in schooling are much more likely to experience conflict. Peshawar: The new Global Education Monitoring (GEM) repor ...

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Female education ‘lowest’ in Pakistan, says report

Female education ‘lowest’ in Pakistan, says report

  Study covering South Asia reveals sluggish improvement in literacy rate, political sector, judicial sector but country is still outranked by Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, Maldives ...

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TEVTA to train 15,000 youth in Chinese language

TEVTA to train 15,000 youth in Chinese language

  Technical Education and Vocational Training Authority (TEVTA) intends to train 15000 students in Chinese language. One year courses in Chinese language are to be launched i ...

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Gender equality and economic violence

Gender equality and economic violence

What the government needs to do. by Iftikhar Ahmed  Violence against women is endemic — it is found in the form of physical, psychological and sexual violence. Pakistan now has la ...

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40 govt secondary school teachers to depart for US under TEA programme

40 govt secondary school teachers to depart for US under TEA programme

  US State Department has sent more than 150 Pakistani teachers to America since 2012: 40 secondary school teachers are set to depart for the United States on the Teaching Ex ...

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Project evolved : Punjab govt to educate street children in schools

Project evolved : Punjab govt to educate street children in schools

  RAWALPINDI: Project has been evolved for the enrolment of street children in the schools from the new academic year commencing from April 1 in district Rawalpindi under the ...

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Pakistani student breaks SAT record in USA

Pakistani student breaks SAT record in USA

SWAT - A student of Swat has broke the 150 year-old record by securing 2400 marks in the Scholastic Assessment Test held in California State of the US. According to details, a res ...

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‘Educational standards can only be improved by trained teachers’

‘Educational standards can only be improved by trained teachers’

  ISLAMABAD: Education standards in Pakistan can only be improved by using trained and qualified teachers, said leading educationists and field experts. Educationists and fie ...

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