,Made in Bangladesh‘ voller Stolz– Kooperation mit der deutschen Textilindustrie|German-Bangldesh Textiles Partnership is making a difference

DEUTSCHLAND.de Published on 5 Nov 2015 Die Textilindustrie in Bangladesch boomt und verhilft dem ganzen Land zum Wirtschaftsaufschwung. Die deutsche Textilindustrie wiederum ist einer der wichtigsten Handelspartner. Der Besuch von Regierungsvertretern, Arbeitgebern und Arbeitnehmerin aus Bangladesch in Deutschland – auf Initiative unter anderem des Auswärtigen Amtes – ist ein wichtiger Schritt für eine Wirtschaftsbeziehung mit…

Video: Prospects for Pluralism Post-Arab Spring: Does Tunisia Suggest a Way Forward? — – Global Centre for Pluralism, Canada

Pluralism Forums – Global Centre for Pluralism Published on 23 Oct 2015 October 22, 2015, “Prospects for Pluralism Post-Arab Spring: Does Tunisia Suggest a Way Forward?” The Global Centre for Pluralism’s Forum featured former Prime Minister of Tunisia, His Excellency Mehdi Jomaa and Vice-President for Studies at Carnegie Endowment for International Peace and former Foreign…

Civil society groups recognised: Will Tunisia’s Nobel Prize be an inspiration?

Al Jazeera English Published on 9 Oct 2015 Civil society groups have been recognised for steering the country towards democracy.Presenter: Martine Dennis Guests: Amina Zena, journalist, Tunisia National Radio Christopher Thornton, Centre for Humanitarian Dialogue Nicholas Noe, Editor-in-Chief of Mideastwire.com Subscribe to our channel ***** Related posts on PBSJ Blog: His Highness the Aga Khan…

Speech by His Highness the Aga Khan at the International New York Times Athens Democracy Forum / video — Amaana org

September 15, 2015 Video: Bismillah-ir-Rahman-ir-Rahim Former Prime Ministers Ms Alkistis Protopsalti, Minister of Tourism Your Worship, Giorgos Kaminis, Mayor of Athens The Right Honourable Adrienne Clarkson, Former Governor General of Canada Ms Annika Savill, Executive Head of the UN Democracy Fund Mr Stephen Dunbar-Johnson, President, International, The New York Times Company Excellencies Distinguished Guests I…

Germany: Here the musician of Israel and Iran celebrates together|Read the article and watch video at "Tamburi Mundi" music festival — Summit of friendship

The Freiburg-based “Tamburi Mundi” music festival celebrated its tenth anniversary in special fashion this year by bringing together musicians from Isfahan and Tel Aviv. Far from the political tensions one might expect from representatives of these two cities, this get-together was all about friendship and harmonious unity. By Stefan Franzen “It is not our job…

Flood stricken Chitral needs change of strategy — Islamuddin, Garam Chashma|FOCUS, AKC volunteers and civil societies were first on relief work

Flush floods have once again devastated Chitral. Although infrastructure and farmlands will be rehabilitated but without taking steps to prevent future floods no duarable safety is in sight for Chitralis from flush floods. According to climatologists climate change and its consequences will become more intense and ferocious. The Government remains reactive but in that also…

The Flexible Response Fund of the Girls’ Education Support Program in Afghanistan

In Afghanistan’s rural northern provinces, the barriers to educating girls are diverse and always changing – but often, the solutions are simple. The Flexible Response Fund is a pilot program to support these solutions, by empowering communities to identify roadblocks to girls’ education and develop proposals to tackle the challenge. The fund finances these community-led…

Building Self-Reliance and Healthy Institutions in Afghanistan|Aga Khan Development Networks roll in building the war-torn country

***** Building Self-Reliance and Healthy Institutions in Afghanistan — By Sarah Allibhoy, Programs Fellow on Partnerships In Action Org President of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan, His Excellency Mohammad Ashraf Ghani. Photo credit: United States Institute of Peace. President Ashraf Ghani and Chief Executive Officer Abdullah Abdullah, the leaders of Afghanistan’s new unity government, were…

Afghanistan: “The main victims in the fight to reach peace are young people.” — Interview with Bashir Ahmad Fatehi on Heinrich Boell Foundation de

The main victims in the fight to reach peace and security are young people. Nonetheless, in government decision making, the role of young politicians is negligible; this shows what the government’s motivations actually are. Photo: Rah-e-Madanyat daily newspaper. All rights reserved.   Bashir Ahmad Fatehi has been busy with cultural and educational projects since completing…