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Daniel Pearl Fellowship for Journalists

Call for Applications for Daniel Pearl Fellowship for Journalists Six-month fellowships under auspices of Alfred Friendly Press Fellowships available for print journalists. Deadline for receipt of applications — September 1, 2004. WASHINGTON, D.C., July 26, 2004 – The Daniel Pearl Foundation and the Alfred Friendly Press Fellowships (AFPF) are pleased to announce the expansion of […]

Cam Foundation

CAM FOUNDATION The Communication Advertising and Marketing Education Foundation Limited Moor Hall, Cookhan, Maidenhead, Berkshire SL6 9QH Tel: 01628 427180 Faw: 01628 427159 www.camfoundation.com Email: info@camfoundation.com Be a “foreign Qualified” professional, get ADVANCE DIPLOMA IN COMMUNICATION STUDIES by CAM FOUNDATION U.K. at PAI Karachi Get into the world of – ADVERTISING, MARKETING, RESEARCH & CONSMER […]

Advanced Professional Development in U.S.!

Advanced Professional Development in the U.S.! 2005-2006 Hubert H. Humphrey Fellowship Competition Application Deadline: July 1, 2004 The United States Educational Foundation in Pakistan, a bi-national commission, invites applications for the Hubert H. Humphrey program. The Humphrey program seeks to improve mutual understanding between the people of the United States and the people of Pakistan. […]

PPF Journalism Training workshop, Dina

Date: March 29-31, 2004 Location: Dina, Dina is an industrial town, on the national highway linking Lahore with Islamabad. It has a population of 30,000 and is an important market for local industrial and agricultural products. Dina is also a gateway to Azad Kashmir. Important Azad Kashmir landmarks like Mangla Dam and town of Mirpur […]

PPF Rural Journalism Skills Development Workshop, Jhelum

Date: March 27 – 29, 2004 Location: Jhelum Jhelum is an important industrial town, located on Lahore – Islamabad national highway. It is known as recruiting ground of Pakistan army servicemen. Jhelum is located on the historic route used by Muslim armies, from Central Asia and Afghanistan to invade India for establishing Muslim rule. Pakistan […]

PPF Seminar “Reviving our Traditional Interest in Poetry”

Date: March 18, 2004 Location: Karachi On March 18, 2004, Pakistan Press (PPF) organized a seminar “Reviving our Traditional Interest in Poetry”, at its Vicky Zeitlin Media Library. The seminar was held for journalists in connection with the World Poetry Day being observed on March 21, 2004. Invited speakers were of view that private and […]

PPF Seminar on Women’s Role in Media

Date: March 4, 2004 Location: Karachi As a part of struggle for genuine democracy in society, at large and in media institutions in particular, UNESCO’s theme for year 2004, calls for equality of women in media as in all other spheres. Pakistan Press Foundation (PPF) organized a seminar, “Media are not truly free unless women […]

PPF Journalism Training Workshop, Okara

Date: February 23 – 25, 2004 Location: Okara Okara is a city of about 800,000 inhabitants. Due to vicinity of Lahore, Okara has an imprint of urban habitat. It is an agricultural town known for its fruit farms. The most famous of these is Mitchelle Fruit Farm at nearby Renala Khurd. Irrespective of its size, […]

PPF Journalism Training Workshop, Kotri

Date: February 15 – 17, 2004 Location: Kotri Kotri is an important city of Dadu district, Sindh. Located on the hub of Pakistan Railway main Karachi-Lahore line, it is a central junction for trains going towards the interior of Sindh and Baluchistan. With growth of population, Kotri has almost become a suburb of the bigger […]

Internews – PPF Workshop on Basic Radio Production

Date: January 26-30, 2004 Location: Karachi Internews, an international organization, working for journalism development in the developing countries conducted the workshop. Advisor to Sindh Chief Minister on Information and Archives Salahuddin Haider was the chief guest at certificate awarding ceremony on Friday, January 31, 2004. He deplored that some reporters working for local dailies don’t […]

PPF Journalism Training Workshop, Dera Ghazi Khan

Date: January 21-23, 2004 Location: Dera PAKISTAN PRESS FOUNDATION (PPF) RURAL JOURNALISM SKILLS DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME PPF Journalism Training Workshop at Dera Ghazi Khan. Dera Ghazi Khan is a small but very important town, located at the Hub of three provinces, Punjab, Sindh and Balochistan. Although majority of the 100,000 population is, just like most Southern […]

PPF Journalism Training Workshop, Hub, Baluchistan

Date: January 13-15, 2004 Location: Hub Hub is on fringe of Baluchistan province, bordering Karachi, having phenomenal growth of industries. Hub is growing into a metropolitan as workers from all over Pakistan throng to work in factories. To attract businesspeople from Karachi, Baluchistan government offers attractive tax benefits. Near Hub is the coastal strip of […]

PPF Journalism Training Workshop, Hiraabad

Date: December 29-31, 2003 Location: Hiraabad, Hyderabad PPF organized a three-day (December 29-31, 2003) training workshop for journalists in Hiraabad, Hyderabad. There were 19 participants belonging to various professional fields. All participants demonstrated an outstanding awareness of social, political and economic issues. With a high level of commitment to upgrade quality of life in their […]

PPF Seminar ‘The Reasons behind the Wheat Crisis’

Date: December 18, 2003 Location: Karachi Pakistan Press Foundation (PPF) organized a seminar for journalists titled The Reasons behind the Wheat Crisis on December 18, 2003, at its Vicky Zeitlin Media Library. The speakers Mr. Hasan Ali Chanio, Former Minister for Food and Agriculture, Government of Sindh; Mr. M.H. Punhwar, Agriculture expert and Mr. Syed […]