Bangkok: Children in Asia-Pacific are being robbed of their ability to learn in a safe environment as a result of school-related gender-based violence (SRGBV) and current policy approaches do not adequately address the problem, according to a study released today.
Gurgaon: INLEAD, The Indian Institute of Learning & Advanced Development, a leading institute for management studies is organizing a Colloquium titled, “Healthcare Administrator- The New Age Influencer”.
Budapest: Robert Carlson, WFO President: "Governments need to support family farms if they are going to provide food security and social justice to communities”
Today, in Budapest, the WFO President, Mr Robert Carlson, addressed the session on sustainability and socio-economic and environmental aspects of family farming.
New Delhi: The final year students of MA (Convergent Journalism) at AJK Mass Communication Research Centre (MCRC), Jamia Millia Islamia have put up "An Exhibition of Photographs, Video and Radio Documentaries" called "Road to Tibet" at the MF Husain Art Gallery on Jamia campus.
The "Road to Tibet" exhibition brings together the talent of budding journalists who have given vision to their ideas on the theme through the media of photographs, radio documentation and video recordings.
The programme at the M F Husain Art Gallery also includes a Panel Discussion with eminent journalists and experts called 'Tibetans in Exile: What Lies Ahead?' which will be held at 2.30 PM on the 28th of January.
The works in this exhibition emerge from extensive interaction between the students of MA (Convergent Journalism) at MCRC and the Tibetan community settled in By lakuppe, Karnataka.
The exhibition shall be on view from January 27 to January 29, 2011 from 10 AM to 5 PM in MF Husain Art Gallery, Jamia Millia Islamia.