Daily Archive: September 14, 2010

Sep 14

Call for Nominations: AMIC ASIA COMMUNICATION AWARD 2011

Tweet ——————————————- Honoring excellence in media and communications Intent: The AMIC Asia Communication Award recognizes outstanding achievement in research, education, institution building, and excellence in journalism and other media endeavors. Individuals of all nationalities are eligible for this award, which is given yearly at the AMIC annual meeting at the discretion of the AMIC board …

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Sep 14

Scholarship available to Asian journalists studying in New Zealand

Tweet Asian journalists studying in New Zealand can apply for a scholarship. The scholarship will apply to the 2010 calendar year, and the application deadline is November 30. The scholarship, sponsored by Asia: NZ, aims to increase the number of Asian journalists working in mainstream English media in New Zealand. The value is US$5,000. Applicants …

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Sep 14

Red Cross competition open to journalism students from Australia and New Zealand

Tweet Journalism students in Australia and New Zealand can enter a competition sponsored by the Red Cross. The deadline is September 17, and winners will be announced October 15. The International Humanitarian Law writing competition requires students to submit an article on the legal protection of humanitarian workers in conflict zones. Both undergraduate and postgraduate …

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Sep 14

Deadline approaching: Fellowship open to mid-career journalists from Asia Pacific

Tweet Mid-career print, broadcast and online journalists from the Asia Pacific region can apply for a fellowship. The program runs from November 8 to 26, and the deadline is September 15. The fellowship, sponsored by the Asia Pacific Journalism Centre, aims to promote stability and development in Indonesia, Malaysia and Singapore. During the program, journalists …

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Sep 14

Tackling HIV-Related Stigma and Discrimination in South Asia

Tweet This World Bank report examines an effort on the part of the World Bank’s South Asia Region to address the fact that HIV prevalence in India and South Asia is growing among sex workers, injecting drug users, and other marginalised groups – largely because of a widespread failure to prevent stigma and discrimination toward …

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